The more I watch TV these days, the more I value my organizational apps.
Milanote is awesome. The more I use it, the more I fall in love with the myriad of ways you can truly keep track of what’s most important with such a cool and creative tool.
Jeff Sessions and Michael Flynn, for example, both could have easily kept track of all of their Russian ambassador meetings on Milanote, and while it seems like they may have been getting close to the limit, still stayed on the free plan too, where you can track 100 things or less like me.
I just created a brand new board on Milanote from my iphone while lounging on my new couch – collecting a whole series of inspiring articles on intermittent fasting, ketogenic diets, low carb high fat lifestyle choices and caloric restriction as a way to live a happier, healthier and more well structured life.
I did all of this eating a huge family style box of pasta and drinking half a bottle of wine, the irony of which, was completely lost on me until writing this post.
The good news is, I’m only eating avocados from now on. Starting on Monday.
Some of the very cool things you can do with Milanote are:
Wireframe a project using various note types – links/images/quotes/text/colored boxes/arrows for structure and sequence…..and more.
Storyboard an article or idea from start to finish. (I’ve outlined an entire course for our teachable school this morning using Milanote, and it really works wonderfully well for authors/marketers and content campaigns)
As we covered above, you can keep track of your lies using Milanote, so you don’t get stuck telling the Stuart Smalley Senator something that’s 100% untrue in front of congress and lots of cameras,before you get sworn into a pretty important office where lying in public is frowned upon.
In all seriousness, you can print out killer cool PDF’s of your boards using the export feature on Milanote….which is really a cool way to present content to your audience if you are teaching something, or doing a presentation, or want to look like you have much better design chops than you do. (like me)
Check Milanote out here – it’s free, a ton of fun and really useful to boot.