For awhile now, I’ve been using a combination of keyboard and handwriting. Most recently, I purchased a Microsoft Surface Pro to make it more convenient when I want to switch back and forth between the two.
When I’m ready to handwrite, I use apps like OneNote or Myscript Nebo. The beauty of both is the ability to convert the handwriting to text. The former is the primary one I use because of how well I can organize my thoughts and writings into notebooks, sections, and pages. I can also share the pages via email or the entire notebook via invitation.
Another perk of OneNote is the clipping tool (downloaded separately and installed as a browser extension). If I find something on the web I want to save, all I have to do is click the icon in the browser bar and viola! It’s saved to the location I choose.
Myscript Nebo is a great tool as well. However, the sharing option is limited, and I can’t clip and save like OneNote. A positive for this app is the bar that shows your writing as text and auto-corrects. So even when my handwriting isn’t the most legible, Myscript figures it out.
Which do you prefer, handwriting or typing? What devices and tools do you use?
As I’ve mentioned in past posts, I LOVE infographics. They offer a quick snippet of information in a visually pleasant manner. So imagine my awe and delight when I ran across the one below.
Personally, I have noticed more fluidity of ideas when using my tablet and stylus to write compared to my laptop.
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