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Sticky Notes are Old-School – try Magnetic™ instead!

Feb 28, 2019 Zoe Tools 1 comment

Visual is engaging

Paper Sticky Notes on WorkshopWhen we facilitate workshops with teams, we prefer to go visual. We do a lot of drawing and writing on post-its and flipcharts. It makes a difference as to how people are engaged, as opposed to using digital tools for capturing outcomes.

But there is a negative part of it – we throw out so much paper, and I know it bothers a lot of people. It is not very eco-friendly, isn’t it?

Keep it visual, in a sustainable way

Yes, and we are super happy we have found it.

Magnetic™ notes offer a nice and modern way to get into a brainstorming session with the team in any environment. They use a unique patented technology called statically charged polypropylene film. With a stable static charge, Magnetic™ can stick to almost any smooth, dry surface.

Magnetic Notes Features

Here are 4 reasons why we like them so much:

  1. I don’t need a flipchart, whiteboard, or any other specific background to stick Magnetic™. I can easily turn almost any wall into a brainstorming area or team board.
  2. They tend to stick into their places for a long time. Yes, this is one thing that really drives me crazy with standard post-its – they can really bring a mess into your neatly designed board, once they start falling down.
  3. Magnetic™ are reusable. If you write with a non-permanent marker, you can erase the writing and reuse.
  4. They are 100% recyclable. So, you can use them multiple times, and then you can safely throw them away into the recycling container.

If you haven’t tried them yet, it’s high time you did!

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Comments (1)

  1. Elen
    February 28, 2019

    Really fun to use! Had a couple of sets already!

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