Need more pockets for your planner?

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A reader from Menlo Park, CA recently wrote in with a suggestion we’d like some feedback on:

I love my Quo Vadis Planner, but would really like to have a cover with a closure and room to store notes, etc. (like the Filofax cover).

We do offer a couple of covers with closures”the Habana planners have elastic bands to keep them shut, and some of our leather and leatherette covers have tab closures and pen holders, though they’re more expensive and therefore harder to find. I often stash small bits of paper in the envelope-like spaces on the inside flaps of my Club cover, but there’s obviously not a ton of room in there.

How about it? Do you like your cover as is, or would you rather pay a little more for a larger model with multiple pockets and a closure?

4 thoughts on “Need more pockets for your planner?

  1. I love my Academic Minister with “Robert le heros” cover that includes an elastic closure. I find this very helpful and would hate to have to switch back to a planner without it. I add CD pockets to the front and back inside covers to create two pockets for myself. These small two changes make my planner much more useful, but I wouldn’t want anything that made the planner larger or more bulky.

  2. I don’t really think so, I like the elastic closure, but I don’t think I’d use a pocket… it would add a lot of bulk to stick stuff in it (ever seen the filofax in 27 dresses?)

  3. I love my Academic Minister with “Robert le heros” cover that includes an elastic closure. I find this very helpful and would hate to have to switch back to a planner without it. I add CD pockets to the front and back inside covers to create two pockets for myself. These small two changes make my planner much more useful, but I wouldn’t want anything that made the planner larger or more bulky.

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