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  • You can now turn your drawings into animated GIFs using Rocketbook! What is an animated GIF?  According to Techopedia, an animated GIF is “an image encoded in graphics interchange format (GIF), which contains a number of images or frames in a single file and is described by its own graphic control extension.” Basically, it’s a collection of images that loop in order to convey animation. Animated GIFs are a new fun feature that will make your handmade sketches come to life.  It’s currently only available on iOS for Messages (texting) and Google Drive, but we’ll be adding that functionality to...

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  • We all know the obvious way to erase the Rocketbook Wave (get it? The “Wave” as in microwave?), but what if yours is not big enough, or doesn’t have a rotating center plate? You can still find ways to reuse pages that have been used with any Pilot FriXion pen, marker or highlighter. How is this magic possible? Pilot FriXion ink turns clear at 140 degrees F / 60 degrees C, and the Rocketbook Wave is specially constructed to be microwave safe and the pages are safe for other heat that conforms to these temperatures. Each Rocketbook includes one FriXion...

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  • If you've got your Rocketbook Everlast in hand and you're ready to learn how to erase the pages, this post is for you! We worked closely with paper industry experts to find the optimal synthetic polyester blend to create pages that can be wiped clean of FriXion ink. We named it Everlast for a reason. Follow these directions to learn how to use your Everlast infinitely!

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  • Let's get something straight. You can't microwave individual pages of your Rocketbook Wave. If you want the pages to erase, you need to microwave the whole book. This article gives step by step instructions around how to safely and correctly erase your Wave notebook without having to answer uncomfortable questions about how your kitchen caught on fire. 

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  • We get it. You're very particular. You want all the cloud-ready convenience that Rocketbook's seven symbol system offers, but you want to write with whatever you want. So we created the Rocketbook One. Write with pencils. Write with crayons. Write with lipstick if you want. We wear astronaut suits and put tequila and notebooks in blenders for fun. So, really...who are we to judge?

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  • If you’ve read the title of this Pro Tip, you probably don’t need an in-depth explanation for what you need to do in order to take advantage of this awesome feature.  It’s pretty simple: Fill a Rocketbook page with whatever content you’d like. If more than one destination is relevant to your content, mark more than one corresponding icon. Capture each finished page using your Rocketbook app. After syncing, your content will appear in every destination you marked.   However self-explanatory, this little-known pro-tip can save you a ton of time whenever you want to send the same content to...

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