How Rocketbook Transfers Notes to the Cloud

How Rocketbook Transfers Notes to the Cloud

May 19, 2017
  Rocketbooks

Rocketbook is the world’s first interactive notebook. Among its features is the capability of transferring notes to the Cloud quickly and efficiently.  Seven symbols at the bottom of the page help you send notes to the specific locations in Cloud services you already use, with help from the Rocketbook app. 

Thanks to this capability you can store notes in any folder inside Dropbox, Evernote, Google Docs, iCloud, Box, Slack, and One Note, or even your email address. Plus, the app crops and enhances each page before storing the data, making your notes crisper and more vibrant than the real thing.

Storing your notes in the Cloud has numerous benefits. The most critical is that Cloud storage saves time. Manually backing up data to a server takes time, even for routine backups. So, transferring your notes to a Dropbox, Evernote, Google Docs, or any of the other storage locations in the Cloud makes backup easy and convenient. Plus, Cloud storage cuts costs for backing up data. 

Other benefits to storing your notes in the Cloud include:

• Frees up space at home or in the office, since no physical presence is needed  

• Data stored in the Cloud is usually safer than data stored locally 

• Provides access to your data from any device anywhere in the world

• Ensures your data is automatically updated across all your devices

• Allows multiple people to edit or work on a single file or document

• Lets you share files with only a few clicks

• Adds an extra layer of protection for sensitive data

• Allows you to restore all your backup files with almost no downtime

With all these benefits, it's no wonder more and more companies and increasing numbers of people are turning to Cloud storage as a means of storing data.

Transferring Notes from an Interactive Notebook

Each Rocketbook page has a special QR code—a machine-readable code for storing URLs or other data for reading by a camera or a smartphone. It tells the Rocketbook app the page number of each scan. So, no matter how or when you scan a page, Rocketbook always gets the notes in the right order. Each page also has a narrow dark border surrounding it, which allows the App to find your page in any environment.

At the bottom of each page are seven symbols. These magic buttons allow for quick and easy organization. You can assign each to a destination folder of your choice inside of Dropbox, Evernote, Google Docs, or in any other Cloud storage location. Or, you can send it to your email inbox. When you mark the icon with your Pilot FriXon pen, the Rocketbook machine-vision instantly scans, enhances and sends your note to the destination of your choice. 

After storing your notes in the Cloud, you can then erase your Rocketbook page with help from a microwave. Just add a cup of water to the microwave when doing it. Microwave both sides. When the book's logo turns from blue to white, the Rocketbook Wave is ready to be taken out. 

That's all there is to transferring notes to your interactive notebook. The number of uses you get from a Rocketbook depends on several factors, including note density, pen types, pen pressure, and typical lighting. Expect to get as many as five uses from your Rocketbook, the world's first intelligent, reusable notebook.