How to Create a Custom Note Template Using PNG?
Learn to design a personalized note template easily using PNG files.
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Use your own custom note templates to save time, increase consistency and boost productivity. In this article, you'll learn the requirements and methods needed to create them.
Custom template requirements:
Size: 1404 px * 1872 px
File name: special characters, such as \ / : * ? " < >, are not allowed.
If you have an existing Word template that you want to import to Supernote, follow these steps:
- Import the template to Supernote and store it in the Document folder.
- Open the template.
- Swipe down from the top of the screen and take a screenshot of it.
- Transfer the screenshot to your computer.
- Set its width as 1404 px and height 1872 px. (You can use an online image editor to resize it.)
- Move the resized image back to the MyStyle folder on Supernote.
Note: This method is ideal for users who don't use Photoshop or are not familiar with similar image editing software.
If you want to create a note template from scratch using an image editing software, such as Photoshop, follow these steps:
- Open Photoshop on your computer.
- Click File > New to create a canvas and enter preset details, including width and height. Refer to the image below to enter specific values.
- Draw a note template on the canvas according to your specific needs.
- Click File > Save As to save the template as PNG.
- Specify a filename and location. (Do not include special characters in the filename.)
- Import the template from your computer to Supernote and store it in the MyStyle folder.
- Open a notebook on Supernote.
- Start drawing a template on a note page according to your specific needs.
- Export the template to PNG and select the right size: 1404 px * 1872 px.
- Rename the PNG and make sure no special characters are not included in the filename.
- Move it to the MyStyle folder.
Note: The custom templates can now be put in a MyStyle subfolder for them to show up under the Customization tab in notes.