Post-it® 2022


Brainstorm. Capture. Share. The Post-it® App helps you keep the momentum going.
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Use Post-it® Notes anywhere and anytime. Post-it® App brings the simplicity of Post-it® Notes to your smartphone, tablet and Chromebook. Whether you use Post-it® Notes for teamwork and collaboration, or for reminders and personal note taking, Post-it® App helps you keep the momentum going.

If you work from home or as a student in remote learning, use the Post-it® App to share your ideas with co-workers, structure your assignments and share them with your teacher, or create colorful calendars and share them with your friends.

Simply capture analog notes with your camera or create digital notes right on your device. Arrange, refine and organize ideas anyway you see fit. Collaborate and share notes with co-workers, teachers and friends, or export to your favorite apps and cloud services—including Miro, Trello, Dropbox, PowerPoint, Excel, PDF, and more.

Post-it® App features:
• Connect and share ideas from anywhere with co-workers and friends, whether it be a workshop, a brainstorm or you simply want to share notes with each other.
• Capture more than 200 Post-it® Notes at a time with your camera. All our popular note sizes are supported.
• Transcribe your notes automatically using Handwriting Recognition. Great for search and exports.
• Draw, erase, type and change the color of your notes using powerful editing tools.
• Organize your way—group your ideas by thought or simply organize on a grid.
• Share to your favorite formats and cloud services to continue working on your ideas digitally—supports Miro, Trello, Dropbox, PowerPoint, Excel, PDF, and more.
• Use our Widget to put your most important notes directly on your home screen.

Learn more about Post-it® App at

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Minor improvements and bug fixes.


4 comentarios en "Post-it® 2022"

  1. Aaron Jones dice:

    It general, it’s a nice app to mess with — but the more I use it, the more I find it too clumsy to tackle my needs. For example, if you back out of a note, you should get a warning that your scribble is going to be lost…(uggh). I got lucky and somehow was able to pinch and zoom in — but I have not been able to replicate something so simple. Clearly it’s there — somewhere, but not where would expect it to be consistently (e.g., everywhere would be nice for larger screen users like me). While you can re-size the note background, and scale the content to size — you cannot move the block of content to make resizing the note more functional. Nor change the pen inking width (that I could find). Moving notes about — it is very crude feeling for more serious matters. I have yet to find any ‘gestures’ to rotate notes, but I did find the 90-degree flip… (not like in the demo with slight rotations). I like the idea of the widget on my Fold3, but I find the integration to the main app to be just to awkward to use. It has plenty of potential — any maybe buried or hidden functionality waiting for a spelunker. I am also sure it’s great in select scenarios/use-cases. Overall, it is cute, but awkward. It stumbles as I tried to use it more… Also, some type of sync across devices would be helpful. The plumbing is already in, so provide an option to move the data to a cloud store (many to choose from) to support multiple devices. All in all, some cool stuff, light feel; but misses in a lot of places. I look forward to seeing where it goes a few iterations down the road.

  2. Dawn Igoe dice:

    Overall, I do like this app. I wish it could have the addition of 4×6 sized Post-Its when adding a new one. When taking the photo, it says no Post-It was found. I like the 4×6 size for lists and not being able to add it to a board is frustrating. Resizing smaller ones to 4×6 or whatever size once they’ve been captured is great but, I haven’t been able to figure out how to increase the size of the bounding box for the text to flow once the handwriting has been converted.

  3. Lynn Sacerdote dice:

    I really love this app! Being able to scan real-life post its in is a lifesaver, and the handwriting recognition is about 98% accurate even with my sloppy writing. I use it constantly, and so far it’s the only app I’ve found that’s really good for plotting and outlining writing projects. I do wish there was a way for me to drag around and reorganize entire boards within the main screen, but thays a minor annoyance on an otherwise stellar app.

  4. Margarita Cavazos dice:

    I really like where this app is going. I like to keep notes, tasks and checklists both physically and digitally. This app really helps that. I like that I can add my own physical post-its, change the color, resize, and edit them to erase what I have written. I think one thing to consider for your next app update is to allow the ability to resize the real text. Adding the ability to resize the post-it in combination with resizing the original text will allow for even more editing space.

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