I love that GoodNotes provides the ability to write on a digital notebook as though it was a paper planner. It’s even more useful if you have terrible handwriting like me!
It took me a while to realise that it was possible to use fonts in GoodNotes but at first I thought I could only use the pre-installed fonts on the iPad, which being honest, were not better than my awful handwriting.
A little research and it is possible to import beautiful fonts into GoodNotes to add some personality to your planner and allow you to have the clean looking planner you’ve always dreamed of.
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The video tutorial shows you how to install free fonts using DaFont.com. While I do love DaFont, sometimes I can find the fonts a little basic. You can purchase fonts and install them onto your planner too. The great thing is that the same font can also be used on your iPhone* and computer at no extra cost!
Here is a list of my favourite paid fonts to use in GoodNotes:
*The font will also need to be installed on your iPhone if you want to sync the planner between your iPhone and iPad.