Looking elegant and professional, this simple memo template is perfect for communicating either internally within an organization or with outside partners.
Using the texMemo package created by Rob Oakes, this template supports all of the standard LaTeX article features in addition to providing some commands specifically designed for a memo or short note. These include commands for the memo recipient (\memoto), sender (\memofrom), Subject (\memosubject), and Date (\memodate).
You can also add a logo to your document using the \logo command, and the logo can be an image, text, or any combination of the two.
Simply click the button above to create a new memo today, which can be written and shared online directly from Overleaf.
This is a template for keeping a digital Research Diary in LaTeX, with an example entry and placeholder for your university / institution logo.
Original version by Mikhail Klassen who describes his experiences using LaTeX for research note taking in this blog post.
A simple template to be used as a personal diary or journal. Benefits over a typical hand-written journal include (1) no set entry length, (2) the ability to write as fast as one can type — often much faster than hand-writing speed, and (3) no pressure to write every day — rather than the standard journal with a page/heading for each day, this journal has only headings for the days you choose to write. I do not claim to be any sort of LaTeX expert, but I have found creating this template helpful for my own personal use. I hope you find it useful as well. Happy writing!