Moleskine Unveils New Notebooks Designed For Productivity And Organisation

Moleskine Unveils New Notebooks Designed For Productivity And Organisation
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Moleskine’s notebooks are some of our favourites, and today the company is taking the wraps off “Moleskine Pro”, a reboot of the original with some added features designed for productivity. The new notebooks feature detachable to-do lists, adhesive tabs for organisation, numbered pages and a table of contents.

The new notebooks are part notebook and part planner and have pages and sections designed to be used for things like meeting notes, brainstorming suggestions, meeting minutes and people in attendance, next actions and so on. The new notebooks also have numbered pages, and a table of contents that can be filled out as the notebook is filled out, which makes it easy to flip through to find something you need without having to remember by feel how thick the notebook was when you wrote something down you want to find again.

Additionally, the Pro line included adhesive stick notes you can use as section tabs, just to keep everything neatly organised, extra large workbooks for larger projects, drawings and sketches, or anything that needs more space, and even a portfolio notebook with an accordion file, if that’s how you like to roll — with space to carry handouts or other documents. There’s even a notebook “tool belt” that you can attach to the cover of a notebook that — after much demand — can hold small accessories, pens and other things.

Of course, if you prefer the empty freedom of the original Moleskine notebooks, they’re available too — but the new line is geared right for office workers and creative pros who need to take tons of notes, but also want to stay organised. The new notebooks, for what it’s worth, also fit nicely with the Bullet Journal productivity method. Hit the link below to check them out.



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