Seven-on-the-left Row planners

You asked for it, so we added it: Agendio now offers row planners with seven rows – one for each day – on the left page, leaving the right page free for your divisible and other weekly content.7-on-the-left-2

… and to finish off our week of announcements, Customizable Tabs!

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… And Customizable Extra Pages…

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… and DAILIES too!

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We’re also adding Customizable monthly colors

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On November 5, we’re adding spiral-bound planners with customizable covers

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Do you like shady weekends?

We added shading options a few weeks ago and already we’re seeing many great-looking planners where you have added shading selectively and very well.

But a few of you pointed out that something was missing: What about shaded weekends on monthly layouts, especially on row layouts, where it can be hard to follow each row since there are so many of them? We allowed you to shade or not to shade but we didn’t give you the option to shade only on weekends.

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So now we’ve added shaded weekends as an option on monthly agendios. It’s a simple pulldown menu selection (Shaded, not shaded). Look for it on the info screen when you start on the Builder.

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Extra, Extra! Get your extra pages!

About 75 or 100 years ago, newspaper sellers would shout out “Extra, extra read all about it!” when selling their papers, if a big event happened after the main edition had been printed and an extra edition had been printed with the latest news.

So, we’re shouting too, to let you know that we have updated our extra page selections in a very big way! We have added a big selection of extra pages of 5 types, each with a line that adjusts to your custom color selection, and also offering three different line spacings (3/16″, 1/4″ and 5/16″).

Here are samples of our lined, dotted, grid and grid-dash lines:

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Dotted

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Grid

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Grid with dashed lines

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You can also add plain pages.

Depending on the frequency you selected, you can add up to 72 extra pages and you can choose the order in which they are printed.

So, what will you choose?

Should you stay in the shading?

Now you can choose which of your planner pagelets can be shaded!

Previously we shaded specific sections of planners for visual effect, such as the monthly calendar that is usually found on the top right section of your layout.

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But now, you can choose to highlight certain additional spaces of your choosing, such as divisibles and label pagelets. We’ll still shade specific pagelets for you, but now you can add others of your choosing.

Here’s how you do it: If you select a pagelet that allows for customized shading, you will see a checkbox with the text “Apply shaded background”.

Check it and then click “Apply” and it will add shading to the selected section

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It’s that simple.

Just remember: Shading is like perfume and exclamation points: Don’t use too much or you’ll spoil the effect.

Colors, Get Your Colors!

You asked for more colors so now we’ve added a bunch more just for you!

We now have 23 colors in a rainbow-like range of blues, greens, browns, yellows, oranges, reds, purples and grays. We have added softer ones such as moss and brighter ones such as pink and violet.

Planner Colors

Our new colors also provide some additional options for you to use with our red and green covers, which had fewer matches before. So now you have more choice in how you mix and match your planner grids and your cover.

If you are wondering which colors match our covers best, we have named them in a way to make it easy for you: The colors with basic names that match cover colors (black, blue, green, lavender, red, turquoise) are the ones that are closest to our cover colors. For example, if you want a blue cover and blue print in your planner close to your cover color, then pick “blue” for your inside printing.

With all these conservative print colors and wilder ones and softer tints, which one will you choose?

 

 

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