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Squareleaf Research Page

Squareleaf Group Member Introduction Page



What are the uses of Squareleaf?

What does it do?

Who uses Squareleaf?


I. History

I.1. Development
I.2. How does Squareleaf work?
I.3. Additional Information about Squareleaf



Free, easy to access, and simple to use

Attachment of pictures or videos capability is not available

Offers a tour to teach you the skills needed to create your virtual post-it notes

No real-time sharing of your Sqaureleaf board---can give other
people your e-mail and password, but you can’t have an open
url for everyone to update

No maximum character limit for each note

Unable to send messages to other Squareleaf users

Able to move the notes around and change the colors for enhanced organization

Unable to access your whiteboard from your desktop

Organize multiple or single events in an aesthetically pleasing and concrete manner


Alternate to list-making and reduces the clutter of tangible post-it notes


Can teach people how to stay organized and time management skills


Can be used by everyone who needs to stay organized, from students
to businessmen to moms who all need to stay on top of their day


Accessible from any computer, not limited to specific areas where post-it notes are kept


Capable of accessing and editing saved notes


II. How does Squareleaf relate to other Applications?

II.1. Comparison to Competitors
II.2. Unique Uses

III. Real World Applications

III.1. Educational Lesson Plans

i. Elementary Lesson Plans

ii. Secondary Lesson Plans

iii. Post Secondary Lesson PLans

IV. Demonstration of Educational Value

Positive Criticism

Negative Criticism

V. How is Squareleaf used Internationally?

VI. References

The following are references that were used while compiling information about Squareleaf.

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