We’re surrounded by tech-based solutions to everyday problems, and there’s a general sense that traditional organization solutions are being muscl…
Oh man, I love Post-it® Notes. I use it to note things in my agenda that are moving pieces (meetings, task, etc.). I also have them color coded. I use them to write notes to my boss, as well as reminders. It's one of the office products that I use the most and cannot live without. And I have tried to go the digital route, with no success.” said Mónica P., Senior Administrative Assistant in the marketing industry.
I love Post-it® Notes! They are everywhere around my desk. I like having a visual reminder just within eyesight. I use the 3x3 Pop-ups at my desk for every kind of note taking/reminding/jotting activity. I also use the lined ones for to-do lists or if I need to add notes to a notebook but want to be able to move them around. They are on my desk at all times.” said Chandra M., Executive Assistant in the technology industry.
At work, I use several Post-it® Products—Notes, Flags, and Tabs—every single day. I am all about the digital age but there's something about grabbing a Post-it® Note and scribbling something on it.” said Nicole L., Administrative Assistant
A day without Post-it® Notes is not a day at all! Quick notes, reminders, place markers, calendar tags. It just goes on and on.” - Leticia V., Administrative Support SpecialistIn a technology obsessed and ever growing electronic world, the need for analog is still strong. Post-it® Products have a special place in our hearts, and rightfully so—easy to use, accessible and versatile, Post-it® Notes are here to stay. For the complete lineup of Post-it Products check out their website (post-it.com/officeorg) or get social with them on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook. Ninjas, what are some of the special ways you use Post-it® Products? Let us know in a comment below! *The Post-it® Brand Office Organization survey was conducted by Wakefield Research (www.wakefieldresearch.com) among 1,000 full-time U.S. office workers in 2015, using an email invitation and an online survey.