Teachers use a lot of post-it notes in the classroom and the app Stickyboard looks to bring them into the digital era. With simple gestures and a clear interface, there’s not much of a learning curve. Especially after you’ve followed the tutorial when you first open the app.
Notes can be added in sticky note form or by drawing with the pen tool. Both options allow you to change the colour so you can group items together. To make sure you get all your notes and ideas on one page, you can zoom out and give yourself more space. The whiteboard has more than enough room!
One of the newest features of Stickyboard 2 is the addition of Magic Arrange. By using a 3-finger gesture, sticky notes can be organised into fans, grids, columns or rows. Check out the video at the bottom of this post.
Overall, Stickyboard 2 is a good app for those who like visual planning and the simplicity of post-it notes. For those that want to test out the app before purchasing, the developers offer a free lite version with limited features.