Getting the most out of this Planner.
Join PCM ADVENTURES - Evernote public shared notebook - get your editable version
(It contains the planner note placing it directly into your Evernote account. The text below is included at the bottom of the planner. This can be deleted once you have copied it)
This note is really well formatted note. The table contained here is a series of fixed width columns, flexible hight rows with cells. Each cell has been divided into three with a cell border surrounding each cell. * If you insert your cursor before a date number and TAB though the table you can observe this.
To enter data and maintain the integrity of the table’s rows and columns the data you insert must be entered in to the 3rd cell *
Just to clarify each row contains 3 visibly outlined cells. Each cell is segmented in to 3.
- empty cell for planned activity or note
This note is locked so if you want to use the planner you need to create a duplication and move it to a Notebook of your own.
Making an editable version for yourself
In your notes list. (I have mine set to card view.) Right Click this note (ctrl + click for mac) > select Copy to Notebook > select a Notebook > click Copy
Using your version of the PCM 2015 Year Planner - Evernote Year Planner
Locate the “PCM 2015 Year Planner - Evernote Year Planner” in the Notebook you elected to create a copy to. Open the note and provide a personalised name for your 2015 Planner changing the original title to differentiate it from this one. If you think you might want to use it for multiple projects make the first version you create a MASTER and duplicate future copies from your MASTER document. Once you have changed the title remove this text about ‘Getting the most out of this planner’. You now have an Evernote planning template for 2015.
The origins of ideas and giving credit where credit is due is a vital part of my social technology practice. I’d like to say that I created this planner but I did not. I discovered it when I was looking for a planner for use within Evernote at the start of 2014. Miss Spink on Tech, a primary school teacher for Melbourne Australia
created a series of Evernote planning templates and shared them via a Notebook just as I am doing here at the start of 2015. I only used the one I have repurposed for 2015.
Additional blog post...
I looked to see if an updated version had been created but sadly at the posting of this post there isn't. I have created a PCM ADVENTURES notebook and placed the repurposed for 2015 Year Planner within it, which I intend to make available to all existing PCM ADVENTURES.