Whether you travel for pleasure or business, you probably find yourself idling away some in-air time. Today, we’d like to show you how to use Offline Notebooks, a Premium feature available on Android and iOS, to have a more productive flight.
Offline Notebooks are just that: they give you access to your notes and notebooks, even when you don’t have an Internet connection. Regardless of what device you have on hand, you can browse through your notes, edit them, and create new ones. To get the most out of Offline Notebooks, be sure to sync your devices prior to travel.
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Offline Notes on the plane
A few ways to use this feature:
- For planning your trip itinerary: Browse through articles, email recommendations, maps and confirmations before you land at your destination so you can hit the ground running without having to get your bearings at the hotel.
- For tying up any loose ends: Got a few outstanding work projects you’d like to wrap up? Make all your edits, write out emails, then send everything out once you have a connection.
- For capturing inspiration: There’s something about being on an airplane; it’s a great time to harness creative energy. Whip out your mobile device and capture whatever ideas come to mind.
Other ways to use Offline Notes for travel:
Before the flight
For accessing your boarding pass: Skip the paper boarding pass and save your electronic boarding pass to Evernote. When checking in, just pull it up in Evernote on your phone.
Once you get off the plane:
For avoiding high roaming fees: If you’re traveling abroad, you might not want to invest in paying for Internet. With Offline Notes, you can enjoy access to everything that’s important to you without raking up charges.
Have you tried using this feature? Tell us when it’s come in handy.