The Best Editable Digital Planners

I’m excited to share my personal guide on the best digital planners for iPad. In today’s fast-paced world, staying organized is a must, and I’ve found that using digital planners on my iPad is the perfect solution. Whether you’re a student, a professional, or simply someone who loves to keep things in order like me, you’ll love these digital planners that you can use right on your iPad.

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Why use a digital planner?


With a digital planner, you can easily carry your notes or plans with you wherever you go, without the need to carry a physical notebook or planner. You can also easily make changes, add notes, and organize your digital notes with just a few clicks.


A digital planner provides a centralized location for all your notes, tasks, and events. You can easily categorize and prioritize your items, making it easier to stay on top of your schedule and to-do list.


Digital planners often come with a range of customization options, allowing you to choose your preferred layout, color schemes, and even add stickers or images. This can help make your planner more appealing and engaging to use, which can in turn increase your productivity and motivation!

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How I Customize My Planner

Frequently Asked Questions

Yes, download PowerPoint on your device and choose the PowerPoint Digital Planner

Don’t worry! I have step-by-step instructions that explain how to edit the planner on your iPad.

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Yes, the planner includes a PDF version that you can open and use in the Goodnotes app. However, you cannot edit the planner in the GoodNotes app. GoodNotes is a pdf annotation app.

What does PDF annotation app mean? It means you can only draw, type, and add pictures to the planner. You cannot edit the font, text, color, or style. You can only edit the planner in the Keynote app.

Other iPad apps, similar to GoodNotes: ZoomNotes, Noteshelf, and Notability. Android users, try Xodo and EzPDF.

Nope! You may use any pen or stylus that you have at home. You may also use any iPad generation.