You deal with so much information every day.
But it’s all over the place: in your email, in chat apps, on paper—and, of course, in your head.
Much of that information is important. You’ll need those notes, those documents, and those thoughts later. So you need to put them somewhere you can find them.
Fortunately, you can organize all this information with surprisingly little effort. You don’t need to spend weeks learning a complicated method. You just need an app that’s already installed on your devices—Apple Notes—and you need a simple system.
That’s where this course comes in.
Use Apple Notes the right way and you’ll be more organized and more productive.
If you’re not happy with the course, just let me know within 30 days of your purchase and I’ll give you a full refund. No drama, no questions asked.
Instead of losing them, have your notes & materials neatly organized.
Instead of missing out on the latest Notes features, master Notes.
Instead of trying to remember everything, capture your thoughts.
Instead of storing it all over the place, keep your reference material in Notes.
Instead of switching apps all the time, use Notes & get on with your life.
Instead of losing information, find the note you need when you need it.
Instead of keeping them around, digitize and organize paper documents.
The core of the course is ten efficient (yet effective) video lessons:
To accompany those videos, there is a course workbook that will help you implement what you’ll learn.
You also get two bonuses to help you get the most out of Notes:
The Most Useful Keyboard Shortcuts for Apple Notes (PDF) has a handy overview of keyboard shortcuts and gestures to work more efficiently in Notes.
The Best Apps to Use Alongside Apple Notes (PDF) helps you identify when Notes isn’t the best tool and when other apps will make things easier for you.
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Hi, I’m Peter Akkies.
I first started teaching productivity courses in 2019. Today, I’ve taught thousands of paid students and hundreds of thousands of people on my YouTube channel.
I’m also into scuba diving, Formula 1, World War II history, and veganism.
If you have a problem, just email me at firstname.lastname@example.org and I’ll get back to you swiftly.
If you have a question about Apple Notes or you want my thoughts on something, just leave a comment on the relevant course lesson.
If you’re not happy, just email me and ask for your money back within 30 days of your purchase. I’ll refund the full amount, no questions asked.
No, I don’t.
No, I don’t. You can, however, buy this course as part of a bundle, at a lower price than if you were to purchase the courses separately.
The course consists of ten lessons and a few bonuses. I designed it to be very efficient, so you can complete it in one or two afternoons.
Forever! Other sites may require you to keep a monthly subscription, but for this course, you pay once and you get lifetime access. You’ll also have access to course updates and new lessons.
There are English captions and a text transcript for every video. There are no subtitles in other languages.
After you check out, you will immediately receive a purchase confirmation email that serves as an invoice. You can save that email to PDF; it has all the information you’ll need.
Yes, you can take the course on iPhone with the Teachable app. On iPad, you can take the web version in Safari, which looks great on iPad.
This course is self-paced, so you can start it whenever you like and take as long as you need.
You won’t only learn where the buttons are in Notes (though that is part of the course, too). We will go beyond that: you’ll learn a simple yet effective system that you can use right away to organize your thoughts and materials.
You need an iPhone, an iPad, or a Mac. That’s it. (In the videos, I switch back and forth between iOS, iPadOS, and macOS. Apple Notes works about the same on each platform.)
There are a few features in Notes that do not work on older iDevices, but that does not impact the overall system you’ll learn.
You can access your notes on iCloud.com, although features are limited on the web version.
Yes, as long as the process is not too cumbersome. Just email me.
Go with your gut!