Digital Bullet Journaling on the iPad + FREE assets (papers, images, etc!) | Jei - | Skillshare

Digital Bullet Journaling on the iPad + FREE assets (papers, images, etc!)

Jei -, Sharing What I Learn On My Art Journey

Digital Bullet Journaling on the iPad + FREE assets (papers, images, etc!)

Jei -, Sharing What I Learn On My Art Journey

Play Speed
  • 0.5x
  • 1x (Normal)
  • 1.25x
  • 1.5x
  • 2x
10 Lessons (1h 3m)
    • 1. Journaling on the iPad

    • 2. Recommended Apps

    • 3. iOS Photo Walkthrough

    • 4. Upad Walkthrough

    • 5. Sketchbook Pro Walkthrough

    • 6. Tayasui Sketches Walkthrough

    • 7. Noteshelf Walkthrough

    • 8. Goodnotes Walkthrough

    • 9. Class Project

    • 10. THANK YOUs

  • --
  • Beginner level
  • Intermediate level
  • Advanced level
  • All levels
  • Beg/Int level
  • Int/Adv level

Community Generated

The level is determined by a majority opinion of students who have reviewed this class. The teacher's recommendation is shown until at least 5 student responses are collected.





About This Class



Bullet journals are everywhere- from clean and minimal to wildly imaginative and colorful. Have you seen some and wondered how you could create your own? If you own an iPad or similar tablet maybe you've even wondered about how to go about keeping a digital one. Well this class is for you!

In this class I'm going to be walking you through how to use the best apps I've found in the app store to create a digital bullet journal that is uniquely tailored to you. I'll show you different ways to journal using just free apps, apps that do all the work for you, all the way to apps that act like a traditional sketchbook but with all the digital perks of layers, undos, and more.

I hope this class will be a growing resource as you continue to expand and customize your journal and for that reason will be including an ever growing selection of assets such as templates, trackers, and more!



I'm just one person sharing with you one of my favorite hobbies. I hope you will share this class with your friends and family so that we all can enjoy the hobby together- :) but more importantly share all the great stuff we'll be making on our own and for the class project. I hope you will enjoy the class and if you have any questions feel free to ask! Get the assets here!



Meet Your Teacher

Teacher Profile Image

Jei -

Sharing What I Learn On My Art Journey


Hello and welcome to my profile page.

I consider myself an artist in training. I'm on Skillshare to learn and share the tips and tricks that are working and have worked for me. Good luck on your own artistic journey. Happy arting!

See full profile

Class Ratings

Expectations Met?
  • Exceeded!
  • Yes
  • Somewhat
  • Not really
Reviews Archive

In October 2018, we updated our review system to improve the way we collect feedback. Below are the reviews written before that update.

Your creative journey starts here.

  • Unlimited access to every class
  • Supportive online creative community
  • Learn offline with Skillshare’s app

Why Join Skillshare?

Take award-winning Skillshare Original Classes

Each class has short lessons, hands-on projects

Your membership supports Skillshare teachers

Learn From Anywhere

Take classes on the go with the Skillshare app. Stream or download to watch on the plane, the subway, or wherever you learn best.



1. Journaling on the iPad: hi and welcome to my glass journaling on the iPad from full out bullet journaling, Teoh, easy filling templates and APS. Let's first take a second to talk about what this class is about. This class is all about keeping a digital personalized bullet journal, so I'm going to be going over how to create your own templates. Use someone else's use assets to personalize your journal as well as recommend and show you how to use different APS on your iPad to create the look you want. And that works for you. I've spent a lot of time in the Apple App store trying to find the best APS for journaling , and I've narrowed it down to just a handful with a range of options free paid simple filling to full out like an analog journal, just with a few digital perks and other bells and whistles like undo layers, cloud back ups and so on. I'll be walking through how to use those APS and giving you links to more Resource is for the app or apse of your choice, besides walking you through how to use the apse and where to get great ideas, templates, inspiration and so forth. I will also be providing a growing library of assets for your journal, things like templates, stickers, post its dividers and so forth. So check out the class resource section for all the downloadable goodies. Okay, so let's talk about that class project for the project. I'm leaving it up to you to decide which flavor of bullet journaling you want to indulge in . If you just feel like dipping your pinky toe into the world of DJ journaling, then share your customized journal with the rest of your classmates by posting a picture or pictures of your journal. But for those of you that have dived on into the world of DJ journaling, I want you to show off your journal with pictures, lots of pictures and share your favorite template that you've made. You can share your template as a PdF image format or similar. And finally, for those of you that are dreaming and grids, color schemes and themes for your next spread, the DJ journal or Guru version, who has difficult to say is for you. I want pictures, all of the pictures of your beautiful journal, or at least the ones you feel comfortable sharing a template that you've created and feel would be useful to your fellow classmates. And I also want you to share an asset you've made, such as a cool habit tracker, cute icons, dividers and so forth. A bonus at any version is to include ah linked to your favorite journaling resource is or Pinterest boards. So what are you waiting for? Let's he started on that unique journal of yours. 2. Recommended Apps: Let's talk about APS, Step one Q and a time. This section is one of the most important and, hopefully fun, so I don't want you to rush through it. But I also don't want to over think it and stress about it, either. I recommend you aim anywhere from 30 minutes to two hours. Max. The beautiful thing about keeping a digital journal is that mistakes aren't permanent unless you delete an empty the trash and outside of the at purchases if you choose to purchase, there is no limit other than your own imagination and Pinterest sleuthing skills. So take this moment to relax and answer the following questions. Like I said, there's no rush. So feel free to take your time to really think about these questions and pause if you need to, to write down your answers and really think about it. These questions are meant for you, and it would be greatly beneficial to write your answers down somewhere so that you can reference them later. There are no right or wrong answer, so I hope you will take time to really think about your answers so that you will create a journal that is truly unique and useful to you. If you're having trouble coming up with answers for these, that's also OK. But write down your answers regardless and feel free and encouraged to come back to those answers and modify them after moving on to the next step. There is a huge selection of really great APS in the Apple IOS store, so I set out with the list of requirements on screen, and I sampled quite a few trying to find the ones that worked out best for me. So these recommendations are based off of these being some of the best APs in regard to journaling and not just note taking. So you might not see your favorite app like note ability, procreate or notes, plus, not because they aren't fantastic APs. But as of this moment, they don't check off all the requirements that I said when I was looking for the best journal creating and keeping APS on the IOS. Let's quickly go through some scenarios about what you want first. If after researching, you realize that Nope. You don't have time for any artsy fartsy stuff or would rather have a simple template that you could stick a digital sticker on If you want Teoh than my recommendation for you is you Pat. Overall, you pat is like vanilla ice cream that's store bought, not homemade, really plain, but that's not necessarily a bad thing. I find myself liking it but not loving it and annoyed when trying to do more. Creative customization is with it like a full page template, not allowing me to add a text box without resize in the background image. I would 100% recommend this to people that just want something clean, easy to use, with excellent pens for notations and a few bells. How can you compete with the price? Sketchbook Pro is an excellent app that is mainly intended for art creation. But the very things that make it great for creating art make it a pretty good app for digital journaling. You got layers you can create your own artistic touches such as water color washes, doodles, etcetera, with none of the mess to clean up. Unlike his more well known Pierre procreate, sketchbook, Pro comes with the text tool built in So none of that leaving the APP to create text on a transparent background and importing business. You don't need to use the default photo app with this. Sketchbook has its own way of organizing and keeping pictures or pages. However, the nice thing about using the default photo app is that it's really easy to use and share from there as well. A see your journal more nicely presented. A major drawback in my opinion, is that because technically these are pictures, you are creating a not text based documents. There isn't a way to search text within the image and add bookmarks or tax. If that's something you want, you'll have to figure out your own work around, such as color coding. Pages are adding digital bookmark stickers like I have provided in the resource section, so that's an option. Now. You would be fair and wondering, Why would I recommend this app at 5 99? What I've already recommended a perfectly good one that's free, but there's just something really unique and quite lovely about piously sketches. Pro I Like The Brush is so much more than the ones in sketchbook pro and really love the half tone in cute patterns. The watercolor brushes air also really some of the best I found the way Tyus Sui handles the pages is nice, but I still personally prefer how the default IOS photo app lets you create an album and see many pages or pictures at once. Tirelessly has a lovely little community gallery built into it, which is great if you want to share something that you create it. It's really easy to dio in comparison to behemoths like Procreate and Adobe Sketch Tire. Sui has a bit of, ah, rooting for the underdog vibe going for it like that little gym that not that many people know about just yet. And finally vote in its favour is that it's a solid and fun to use art app, even outside of journaling. So even if you don't decide to journal with it, it would still make for a great app toe have to create art for your journal or just for the joy of it. Now, these two note shelf and good notes, um, I thought it would just be easier to show you a competitive comparison between the two. Um, they're both of rock solid APS. You really won't go wrong by picking either of them. Um, I think good notes is a little more popular in the bullet journal community. Um, so you will probably see that recommend it more than note shelf. But note Shelf has some really nice pen options on the interface is quite clean and really nice to use. Good notes, on the other hand, is a little bit cheaper. Um, and then there are other features that might be more beneficial to you, like converting handwriting to text searchable handwriting. But for both of them, they regularly update. So that time you see this, they may have updated, and they both have the same features. So I think it's really going to come down to your personal preference and maybe just take a look and see um, and later videos. Which one appeals to you more? Here's a quick rundown you can see on the screen a quick recap. I'll go more in depth in the following section, so if you are on the fence, pay a special attention to the sections about the APS you are interested in again. Though these air these aren't the only app. So if you have another that you absolutely love or really want to try, go for it. Many of them are very similar, So my walk through of my recommended APS may still help you. In the next few sections. I'll walk you through the basic steps of setting up and using your digital journal in your app or apse of choice. 3. iOS Photo Walkthrough: If you have an apple device, you're probably already familiar with the default photo app, so this will be a brief walk through. So let's go ahead and go through the steps of creating an album in the default photo app. So I'm gonna go ahead and click the plus sign in the left corner, and now I need to decide on the name. So let's go with 2018 journal, So I save it. And now I'm presented with the screen where I get to choose which images I want. So I'm just gonna pick a couple at random or maybe 45 That's good. Something click done and not my album is created, but I want to change the cover image that I see when I go to the photo out, so I'm just gonna drag it. And now that I've dragged it, it's in the first position, which will be the image that I see when I go to the photo app and if I want to make changes , simple changes, I can goto edit in the right corner, and I can edit things like color and things like that, or I can even go down to mark up and then make simple edits like, um, things like that. And there you go. That's how to create an album. 4. Upad Walkthrough: Let's take a look at you pads interface. When you first open, you bad is going to look something like this. You'll have a few sample folders and documents you can check out. I highly recommend that you pause the video and go ahead and play with everything. Now is the best time to discover what everything does. And if you mess up, it isn't a big deal because you haven't created anything important yet. Plus, this up is really great and keeping you from delete regret by having a two step delete process. This is another great place to pause. As you can see, I've tried to label all of the important parts in the interface, So you've got things like Opens option menu. Um, select multiple things at once. So go ahead, take a look at that and as well, maybe play along on your iPad if you do have the app already, this is what you see. If you click the options icon at the top, remember how I said the U pad had a wonderful to step delete process? Well, if you delete something once it goes to the Recycle bin, and from there you can decide if you want to restore the deleted files are permanently trashed. Um, clicking the edit button at the bottom on the left will give you options to rearrange the folders, change their colors and names, or even delete thumb clicking settings will take you to another menu. Here you can see the settings menu and full. You have a lot of options, like using iCloud sitting, a pass code said in your handwriting position and so on. Creating a journal category or folder is pretty straightforward. Click edit in the bottom left corner, then click the new folder option type in the name of the new folder and finished not From here. You can start creating a journal file or other things you want kept in your journal folder . Okay, after you create your folder, you should see something similar minus the hand written notes. Of course, touching any of the highlighted icons will create a new file in your Journal folder. I suggest you play around with ease to see which ones you like and what they do firsthand. You could always delete them later if you decide you don't want them. For my example, I'm just going to select the quick note, I created a quick note, and I'm going through some of the options available, like the pencil, which remembers the last colors and settings text image shaped selection, bookmark and then the bottom with lock and so on again, play around to see what each of these do. - If you leave and come back to your journal folder, your page will likely be in read only mode, and you will have to touch the pencil icon to edit or make other changes when you see the share icons your pages and read view mode, and you can only navigate your pages at the bottom. However, as soon as you touch the pencil toe edit, you can now add more pages and get more navigation options at the bottom. If you've picked you pad, I am assuming that you want a no fuss option and don't mind an occasional unexpected closure. For that reason, I'm going to focus more on how to use you pass library of templates as opposed to creating your own. One of the really nice things about you, Pat, is that it has a wide selection of templates and nice ones at that another cool feature is that it lets you pick your first day of the week as well as year from there. It automatically populates your file for you. For example, if you pick a daily planner for 2018 then it will go ahead and create all 365 days for you . Same thing if you pick weekly 52 pages monthly, 12 etcetera. It also has a really quick way of navigating all those new pages to. I just wanted to somewhat quickly show you some tools. Outside of the fantastic pins, you have a wide selection of text tools and types. You can also do some interesting things with images and graphs. By now, you may or may not have a ton of untitled files and things you need to delete or want to export. Let's quickly talk about that. Here is a quick run through of some ways to maintain your folder. As always, play around and see what double tapping are holding will get you, um, and also tried dragging to see what happens with that. - I've shown you how to use you pads built in templates, but I'd like to show you how you can still import your own stuff if you want to mix the two . So let me show you how I would get started using you pad to journal. So I'm just gonna mess around with you, pad a little bit and show you what I would do if I were creating my journal in it. Um, I love to mess around with an app, especially as I'm getting started to see what features there are and what different things do. So that later, when it's a little more important, I know what to do and maybe what not to dio. And so that's basically just what I'm doing, playing around seeing how I like different things and, yeah, that's it. I couldn't cover everything about the app. So if you have questions, feel free to ask because it isn't IOS up. Something's not covered, like importing a pdf are pretty standard and the same across APS. Have fun playing around and you've had, um, if that's your app of choice and let's move on 5. Sketchbook Pro Walkthrough: Please keep in mind that Sketchbook Pro is a pretty sophisticated app that doesn't excellent job of hiding it behind really intuitive interface choices. Since we're going to be looking at using sketchbook Pro from the viewpoint of someone wanting to journal, not necessarily create the next masterpiece, we won't be talking about drawing in perspective, tools, symmetry, tools and similar. I'll be walking you through the basics on how to use sketchbook Pro to keep a journal, but as always, I highly recommend that you play around with it. It's a really great app that is surprisingly free when you open sketchbook pro after the first time, this is likely what you will see. You have your brushes on the left, the two bits the arrows are pointing to give you additional brush options like size and color flow. The barn red at the top is the main menu. Starting from the left, you have options under redo selection, tool, move, transform, paint, bucket, um, guides, ruler symmetry, shape lines, line stabilizer, image, import texts, record and hide menu. The Red Arrow is pointing to the double puck, which gives quick access to the current brush and color pressing either will give more options. Layers are on the right, pointed to by the blue arrow. The yellow arrow points to a way to quickly access tools and get rid of the double puck if you want. If you touch and hold for a 2nd 1 of the layers, you will get a layer pop up menu like you see here. If you touch the options icon at the top, you will see this new menu. They do pretty much what they say. New sketch gives you options for creating a new sketch or saving your current one. The gallery takes you to all the pictures you have saved in sketchbook. Pro share is a standard IOS option preferences gives you more in depth options and my favorite of opting out, sending data anonymously. The question mark and support are the same. I believe if you touch new sketch, you will get what you see on the right options to save or discard your current sketch in order to create a new sketch. If you go back to the main options menu and instead of touching new sketch, you touch gallery in the dark. Image. On the right is what you will likely see if you press the plus icon, you will see options highlighted in yellow near it. If you press the options icon on the right in red, then you will get the options and yellow near it again. I highly suggest getting this app and just playing with it, since there are so many great options and again it is free. If you touch the name of your sketch at the top in this case, untitled, then you will be taken to an overview book at all. The albums in your gallery will talk more about that in the next section. Please remember that if you decide to use sketchbook to keep your journal, then you have to good free options for managing the journal as picture files, the default photo out and sketchbook Pros Gallery Management System. Please refer back to the photo at video section for how to do that with the photo app. So here I am. I'm about to create a new album. I'm gonna go to the plus sign on the right, and now I've got untitled, some to go ahead. So like that, and then I'm gonna type in a new title, maybe 2019 journal. And then once I have that, I've decided I don't want it. So I'm gonna delete it. So I'm gonna hold it down and then I get delete album Gonna press that and then I'm gonna say yes. So I'm just gonna quickly take you through some of the steps I would go through if I were creating a journal in sketchbook. Things like adding text, adding images, importing images, saving it to the default gallery. I'm leaving out exporting it to the default photo app. But that's pretty standard for the i O us. So maybe just follow along as I do that my personal opinion is that sketchbook pro plus the default photo APP is the best free combo for ease of use. If you have any questions, feel free to post on the class page and esque 6. Tayasui Sketches Walkthrough: Let's talk about tie us. See sketches interface. This is the main canvas interface for TSB. As of today, this is just a short clip of what touching different things on the interface. Will dio remember this tool, especially as you'll be using it for text patterns and shapes? Titus. We comes with its own attractive album solution, but the default photo app lets you Seymour items at once, so you'll have to make a choice as to which one you prefer. In this short clip, I'm just showing you the process of creating a journal album as well as customizing it and the paper options. - Here's a quick walk through of adding pages. Here's an easy way to import pages. Now let's go ahead and start working with text patterns and rulers. I think an area where tie us we really shines is with its really cool ways to customize patterns, um, Grady INTs and things like that. It's got a ruler that's really useful, um, for making different shapes, as well as a shape tool that you can play with to make a lot of really cool icons and journal assets. - Another tool that I really like to use anti A Sweet is a transform tool is great for re sizing, cutting, copying. So I highly recommend that you do check this tool out. Let's look a little more closely at the ruler tool. The ruler tool is a lot of fun to play with. If you touch it, you can see that there are a lot of options that pop up like symmetry, a plane, ruler grids and so on. And one of the really nice things about using the ruler is that if you put it somewhere on your canvas, you also have the option to use it with other tools so you could pull out your watercolor brush and then use that with the ruler. Or you could pull out even the pattern brush and use it with the ruler to make something unique. - So in the short clip, I've sped it up a little bit to show you what I would do if I were creating a Journal Anti S. We sketches you can follow along and kind of see that I'm adding a journal. I'm adding pages and using some of the tools to decorate my journal. - I know I've said it before But Titus three sketches is just ah lot of fun to use. The interface is really clean, the brushes air great to use. There's a really nice community built into it. And even if you decide not to use this as your primary journaling software, it's still a really great asset for creating things for your journal. And as always, if you do have questions, feel free to ask, and I'll try my best to get an answer to you. 7. Noteshelf Walkthrough : There are a few different interfaces you will see when using Note shelf. So let's take a couple of minutes to go over them. This is the main or category interface. I highly recommend that you touched different things for yourself to see what they dio, but let's quickly walk through them. - Now we have the writing screen boxed in and red. We have icons for back. More options. The transform Kiefer re sizing, changing color and more than the undue icon. A quick tip. If you hold down the undue icon, you will get the option to redo. The next set of icons are for writing primarily underneath that, I have my favorites. The first icon that's Pink is appended I'm currently using. The next icon is Ah, highlighter followed by the eraser than the text tool. And after the text tool, there is the read mode only icon. The plus icon gives more options. Those options include creating a new page with the same background, creating a new page from a note shelf template or your own and so on. Page tags are a great way to keep your journal organized by labeling them, for example, tags for monthly pages tags for goals, etcetera. It will make it easier to search for those things a little bit later on Bookmark. Serve a similar purpose in that you can keep track of important pages. The last section of icons are for the shape tool, zoom, tool, export tool and the icon that lets you see all the pages in your journal. If he touched the pages icon, you get this. - If you go back to the main window or category view, press a gear icon to get to preferences within the preference plane. There are many options, such as changing the color of your at menu bars, backup options and so on. The one I want to point out is a free download section for journaling goodies. This is a section you'll want to check often to see what updates there are touching. The free download icon will lead you to the Note Shelf Club, which is full of covers and paper templates and the short clip. I'm showing you how to edit an existing categories or categories, as well as to create a new category. There are a couple of easy ways to create journals. I'm going to show you the quick way first, so the next way to create a journal takes a little more time, but you can customize it to look exactly the way you want from the cover to the paper. - There are two more options. The import, which allows you to import a pina photo or other type file. The scanned document option allows you to use your camera to capture a photo for your new journal cover. Touching edited The top takes you to the next set of options to copy, delete and or modify your journal. The two main ways to add pages are by using the Plus icon and the pages icon highlighted in yellow. However, the pages icon on the right will only let you duplicate pages, while the plus icon doesn't limit you. Let's look at adding pages via the plus sign First. Touching the first icon for new page will create a new page with the same template or background as your current page. The new page from Template will take you to a new menu. You'll see a similar screen from here. You can choose the background of your new page looking to the right. You can see that there are also different orientation options for portrait and landscape. Looking back over to the left, you can see different presets, and you can get more free by touching free downloads. If you want to use templates that you have created touch custom, you can see here where I have already imported several templates. Your templates can range in size and orientation. Touch the first icon with the plus sign and you'll be taken to a standard import screen to choose from where you want your images to come from. The plus sign icon is also for importing things like documents, photos, audio and adding emojis. Touching. Any of those text titles will bring up the standard IOS menu for importing things. One cool thing that you can do that isn't super obvious is touching the camera icon and the audio icon Clicking on an icon will open up either your camera app to take a picture and import it or an in app audio tool to allow you to record audio into your document. If you import an image, you should see the four black dots on the edges. If not, hold your finger on the image for a couple of seconds, and they should pop back up. These thoughts allow you to resize the image and place it where you like. This is her tool in the top. Left will also let you cut around the image to select it and give you options to resize, cut and or paste. Well, let's say this thing that I've created a note shelf is something that I like to keep and reuse for other months. Let me show you how you can do that. Deleting custom templates takes a bit of a run around. You go through the steps of touching the plus icon to create new page from template, then scroll to custom. And from there, hold your finger down on one of the custom templates you've created, and you should see the above. Here is a sped up version of me using Note Shelf to create my own journal. - Overall , I quite enjoy using note shelf. There are feature updates all the time and a lot of cool looking templates for free. I wish it did a better job of re sizing images in keeping clarity as well as horizontal covers, too. Overall, though, I find the pens top notch, and I would recommend this without hesitation. 8. Goodnotes Walkthrough: with good notes you'll mainly be using to interfaces the category interface and the main writing interface. This is the main or category interface. I highly recommend that you touched different things for yourself to see what they dio here . You can see what some of the options are after touching different things. - Here is the main writing interface. I currently have several tabs open, and the current one I'm using is a little bit lighter and on the right. So here I am just touching different things around the interface to show you what they do and what some of the options are. - There are a lot of great things going on in the options menu, one of the best being searched that could be done for hand written text as well. It's type text. So here I am, just playing around with some of the options setting so you can see what different things do should you touch them. - Touching the at icon will give you these options that you see image will allow you to import images . Text box texts bookmark will create a bookmark at page. Above or below will add pages import above or below will import a document into your journal, such as an image file or PdF. The page view option allows you to see an overview of all your pages within your journal. You can also see your bookmarks and PF outlines if you have a PdF. Tapping the edit button in the top will also give you more options. Touching one of the pages will light up the great out options like export print etcetera. Here's a quick mourned that view of some of the PIN options to create a new category. Touch the work categories and you will get a pop up menu like the one on screen from that menu tapped the plus icon and choose which you want to make a category or master category. A category can only hold notebooks, while a master category holds categories. Then decide your category name and hit OK to delete a category touch and hold on the category name and a pop up will appear with options to rename, move or trash it. If you touch the plus icon in the left corner, you will see the admin you touching Import will allow you to import a PdF touching Create notebook will lead to the next manure. One way to add pages is to hold down two fingers and drag from right to left the other ways to use a plus icon at the top. That will give you the options above. If you choose either version of import, you will be taken to another Iowa standard important menu. If you choose add page above or below, you will get a new page in that direction. Here, all the paper and cover options. You can also opt to use the same template by hitting the three circles. Select whichever paper you want by touching the category than the paper you want and your pages will be added. Go to the Four Squares icon and touch it from their touch. Edit in the corner. Now select the page or pages you want to delete and then touch trash. You will be given the option to move it or them to the trash. Select that, and your page or pages should be moved to the trash category. They aren't permanently deleted unless you go to the trash category and delete thumb. Go back to the plus icon and touch it this time. Touch the word image. You will then get this menu and will have to decide where you want to get your image from. Once you select your image to import, it will appear with dots on the sides for re sizing and a green dot at the top for rotation . If later you want to edit it, simply touch your image and hold. You will get more options like crop export and delete. Adding Texas pretty straightforward. Go to the plus icon in touch text box to imported template. Go back to the category menu and touch options in the bottom right corner. - Thankfully , the leading templates is justice, straightforward as creating them. Here is my example of creating a journal in good notes. I've already covered a lot of the basics, like adding text and so forth. So here I'm just showing you some things, like adding a cover and paper, writing a title and then creating a calendar in app. It's not pretty, but it'll give you an idea of some of the things that you can do with your own journal. There is so much to love about good notes. There's a great website built around it with no taking tips and other inspirational bits involves Good notes. Is a popular choice for the journaling community for a good reason. But my huge drawback from using it as of today is the lack of Penn choices my handwriting could use all the healthy can get and good notes doesn't really seem to do it any favours. I was still recommend it, though, and have my fingers crossed that more PIN options will come. And I'm sure one of the many future updates planned. 9. Class Project: Let's talk about that class project, which is your journal and what to upload. So as a reminder. Your class project comes in three versions. The easy version is basically where you take a picture of your favorite spread from your journal. The light version is where you do the same thing, but you also include a template that you feel would be very beneficial to the rest of your classmates. And then the guru version, which I hope a lot of you will participate in, is where you do everything you did in the other versions. But you also include an asset that you think will really help spice up someone else's journal. So that could be a really cool looking bookmark. Um, some stars, hearts, whatever you think, will help, um, personalize someone else's journal and at any version, feel free to include your inspiration boards on Pinterest or something similar. Once you go back to the main headers, you should see about community your project. All projects click on your project and then go down to create a project. You should now see what's on the screen, and from there you get to decide what your cover image is going to be your project title and so forth. So go ahead, fill that out and when you're done, hit, publish, hit, publish and then you should be good to go. Your class should show up in the class projects. 10. THANK YOUs: Congrats on making it to the end. Thank you for letting me be a small part of your journaling journey. I put a lot of time and effort into this class, and I hope it shows I truly and sincerely hope it has been useful to you. As always. If you have further questions, feel free to ask in the discussion. I don't consider this class finished and will be adding new material in the form of journal assets, videos and more. I can't wait to see your journals and what you want to share with the community. Happy journaling.