The cloud-based community allows users to download and browse self-written study notes, as well as like, comment, and follow other contributors. With over 70% of GoodNotes’ user base comprised of students, the new platform offers not only a rich library of ready-to-study content, but also inspirations and motivations to study by partnering with million students. the world.
“Studying alone is often inefficient and tedious, especially for distance learning, which is likely to be here to stay even after the Covid-19 pandemic,” said Steven chan, founder of GoodNotes. “We have millions of students around the world who use GoodNotes for taking study notes, and they already share those notes through various social media including Reddit, Instagram, and YouTube. We created this collaborative platform for students to enable this community of people to work together, inspire their peers and be inspired. “
Taking advantage of booming demand for e-learning amid Covid-19, monthly active users of GoodNotes have doubled July 2021 of the previous year. September to Dec 2020– the start of the first pandemic school year – the number of documents exported from GoodNotes has jumped 30% from the same period a year ago, underscoring the growing tendency for users to share their notes outside of the classroom ‘application.
The GoodNotes community, which runs on a separate tab in the original app, has been up and running for a few months on an invite-only beta. It has so far built up a library of thousands of notes and is particularly well received by medical students.
Antonia Isabelle Schulz, a 22-year-old study blogger and @ antonias.dailystudyblog influencer, said: “The GoodNotes community is a lot like social media for ratings, only better! Depending on the topics you study, you can really find a large collection of creative, inspiring, and informative notes from people all over the world. You not only receive grades from others, but you also begin to feel the urge to contribute to this amazing collection, which leads to greater motivation for your own studies and grades. socket.”
Starting today, GoodNotes users in English speaking markets can start signing up for the new community through a public waiting list. Once accepted, thousands of study notes created by dedicated contributors will be at your fingertips. The platform will also be available on the web at a later date, opening up the GoodNotes community for the first time to non-iOS audiences.
The idea for GoodNotes was born from the founder that of Steven Chan frustration with taking readable, organized notes on his first iPad ten years ago, when he was a math student at Australia. Chan went on to develop his own note-taking software, which has since grown into one of the highest-paying educational apps on App stores at the World level.
GoodNotes is a leading note-taking app that turns your iPad into digital paper. It helps millions of users around the world scan documents, create visually appealing notes, and organize files like a bookshelf. Launched in 2011 by Steven chan in Hong Kong, GoodNotes has always been one of the best paid apps on App stores all over the world and was named one of Apple’s best paid iPad apps in 2020.
For more information on GoodNotes, please visit https://www.goodnotes.com/.
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