What’s the difference between portrait and landscape? If you’re using a digital planner in an app such as GoodNotes, Noteshelf, ReMarkable, etc (any PDF annotation app), you’ll have the option to choose between Portrait and Landscape. (If you are using OneNote, there is no Portrait or Landscape options due to how the OneNote application is designed.)
In simplest terms: Portrait means vertical. Landscape means horizontal.
All versions of the planner include both Portrait and Landscape in your download so you can choose which one you like best. Once you choose one, you’ll need to stick with that version (or start over with your notes in the new version).
Not sure which version to choose? It really depends on your personal preference. Do you like to hold your tablet the long way or the tall way? The planners are exactly the same, except for how they lay out when held.
If you choose Landscape, the planner is designed to display best when your tablet is held the wide way (longest side on the bottom).
If you choose Portrait, the planner is designed to display best when your tablet is held the tall way (longest side on the sides, with the short side on the bottom).
Our advice is to give both versions a try and decide which one you like best. There is no right or wrong – it’s all whichever you prefer when using your planner.
Choose the Application that you plan to use for digital planning.
Application works across Windows, Android and Apple. Also Web version all available. Great for Desktop, Laptop and Mobile users.
Application works across Samsung devices. Great for Samsung Tab and Samsung Galaxy Users. Including Z Fold 3, S6, S7, S8 and S22.
Works with ePaper Devices, like the reMarkable, SuperNote and many more. A PDF Annotation Planner allows users to take digital notes.