A template for the University Of Nebraska Omaha TED department for students to use for lesson plans. I was losing my mind using word so I created this in overleaf so I could easily type math problems and create supplementary materials with ease.
This package can help you format your notes easily and give them a unique front page for every chapter and section.
It calculates your progress and then displays the progress bar under the title.
It also displays a partial table of contents under every progress bar and only shows the subdirectories of the current part.
To generate this, you can simply enter your current completed titles with a command that accepts Variable Arguments. Still, that also helped you review your notes.
You can also customise the colour of the bar.
For more information, go to https://ctan.org/pkg/unifront
Different sticky notes you can use in your text.
Just copy and paste the code for the notes you want to use in your project. This template also includes a NB command \NB that may be useful (in combination with the notes).