What is Refer-ring in RemNote?
If you know someone who would benefit from better note-taking or knowledge organization, you can send them a personalized invite. It will include a code so RemNote can see who referred them and reward you for it!
Why Refer Others to RemNote?
In addition to helping out a friend or colleague, you will earn credits towards your subscription. Each time someone signs up through your link, you will both receive 6$ in credit. You are welcome to use this credit for a month’s worth of advanced features and functionalities with RemNote’s Pro Plan.
How to Refer?
You have three options for how to Refer RemNote to someone and earn credits, and each can be found in the settings menu under Plans.
You can also change your subscription to Pro or Life-Long Learning or back to Free.
Invite by Email
The first option is to send an email to a specific contact. You can type their email into the box under “Invite by Email” and then click Invite. This will send an email template to that email, including the important link.
If your contact joins through that link, signs up, and verifies their email, you will both receive the credits!
Invite with a Direct Link
If you do not wish to send the email template, you can craft your own around the link available. You could also use this link to send an invite via Discord or any other social media or communication platform you prefer.
Copy the link and paste it into your desired communication, reminding them to use it to sign up. Once your friend creates their account and verifies their email, you’ll both be 6$ richer in credit and on the path to better learning.
Invite with a Tweet
If you are active on Twitter, you can invite all your followers by clicking on the Send Tweet option. A pre-written Tweet will be sent out, including a short message about RemNote and the referral link.
Even if you don’t know your followers, if they decide to sign up, that’s 6$ in credit for both of you. And the word spread about what RemNote can offer learners around the world.
How to Spend/Use your RemNote Credits
Once you have successfully referred a new user (both you and they have verified their emails), your account will be credited 6$. So will theirs. To use it, you’ll need to be signed up for a Pro account or sign up for one.
If you are already signed up, your next payment will automatically be covered by the credit, and as long as there are credits, you will never be charged.
How to Sign up For RemNote Pro
You can do so from the same settings menu if you are not signed up. Go to settings, plans, and click on the Plan you want to switch to. You will need to enter your card/payment info, though you will not be billed as long as you have sufficient Credit. You can manage these card details and more from Manage Subscriptions in the same menu.
Since you can switch back to the free version whenever you want, you are welcome to switch back if you are not satisfied or run out of credit. Though if financial concerns are holding you back, don’t forget that RemNote offers student discounts and reduced costs for those in financial precarity.
Other Benefits to Referring (and Who You Might Want to Refer)
Having other RemNote users in your professional or personal circles can have other benefits well beyond the credits you will earn.
Professional Collaboration (Invite your Colleagues)
Having Colleagues who use RemNote can allow you to share information and improve productivity. If you use RemNote to organize your work, take workplace meetings, plan projects or track client info, you might benefit enormously from sharing those notes across users.
Studying Synergies (Invite your classmates)
As a student, few resources are as precious as good notes. If you miss a class or are dividing up sections of a textbook to study, preparing a group presentation or research, having easy access to each other’s well-organized notes or Flashcards can be crucial.
Collaborative Research and Writing
If you are working on a large-scale research project like a thesis or paper for publication with other researchers, you could collaborate on a Shared Knowledge Base. Sharing everything within it, from outlines to notes and bibliographical references, could save you and any co-authors or fellow scholars time and effort.