Keep your 2016 New Year’s resolutions with Polaris Office!

It’s the end of 2015 and the start of a brand new year. Since it is a new year, most of you are probably creating your New Year’s resolutions to make some positive changes in your lives. Here at Polaris Office, we want all of you to make great New Year’s resolutions and, most of all, to stay obligated to them. To help you do that, here is a step-by-step guide to creating and keeping your New Year’s resolutions with Polaris Office.

Step 1:

Launch the ‘Polaris Office’ app on your mobile device and tap the red ‘+’ button in the bottom right corner. A toggle will then pop up and give you four file options: Text, Slide, Sheet, and Word. Any list is easy to make with ‘Word’ so let’s tap that.

Step 2:

That tap will lead you to a prompt that will let you select between the many themes available for formatting your documents. However, since there aren’t any New Year themes, let’s tap on ‘Blank’.

Step 3:

The first thing we should type on our blank document should be the title. You may title it whatever you’d like and decorate it with various optional changes: color, indentation, font, font size, etc.

Step 4:

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A New Year’s resolutions list is basically a checklist for our goals so I used check-mark shaped bullets to list my goals for the year. It’s your turn to be creative here! You can change font size and color and even draw on the document with the feature called ‘Free draw’.

Step 5:

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Many of your friends and family will most likely ask about your resolutions. With Polaris Office, you can easily share your New Year’s resolutions by tapping on the ‘Share’ icon in the top right part of the app. You can either ‘Share link’, ‘Attach to Email’, or ‘Invite People’ to see what your 2016 goals are.

Now it’s your job to keep checking this list throughout the year and stay obligated to it! Have a Happy New Year!

 

 

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