Jot Script Support
Which Script do I have?
The new Jot Script 2 - Evernote Edition uses a rechargeable lithium ion battery, a smaller barrel, and improvements to hardware and design. The original Jot Script features a larger barrel and uses a AAA lithium battery.
What’s different with the new Script?
The new Script features a rechargeable lithium ion battery, a smaller diameter, and improved performance and design.
What is the Jot Script?
The Jot Script Evernote Edition is a fine point stylus developed with Evernote featuring the the smallest stylus tip on the market measuring 1.9mm. Powered by Adonit’s Pixelpoint technology.
Who is Evernote?
Evernote builds products to help people be great at modern life. From award-winning apps used to remember everything and functionally-minded goods for smarter living to a robust service that supports working across organizations, Evernote makes the tools for lifelong personal and professional success. For more information please visit Evernote's site.
What is Penultimate?
Penultimate is Evernote’s award-winning handwriting application that will provide a seamless and innovative experience in digital notetaking. For more information please visit the Penultimate website.
What apps can I use my Jot Script with?
For a list of compatible apps, please visit the Jot-Ready Apps page.
Which devices is the Script compatible with?
The Jot Script 2.0 will work just like your finger on any capacitive touchscreen device. However, features like increased precision and palm-rejection require a compatible app and an iOS device with Bluetooth 4 such as iPad 3, 4, Air, Mini.
How does the Jot Script connect to iOS devices?
The Jot Script connects to your device through compatible apps by using Bluetooth 4 LE technology.
How do I connect my Jot Script to an app?
The Script makes use of our Pixelpoint technology, and some apps will offer Palm Rejection. To learn more about Pixelpoint technology please visit our PixelPoint Technology Page.
What features does the Script have?
The Jot Script makes use of our Pixelpoint system, a rechargeable battery, and palm rejection when used with a compatible app.
What powers Jot Script?
The Jot Script 2 - Evernote Edition uses a rechargeable lithium ion battery. The original Script uses a AAA lithium battery.
What is the battery life of the Jot Script 2 - Evernote Edition?
The new Jot Script will function for over 20 hours of pen down writing time before a charge is needed. A full charge only takes 45 to 50 minutes.
Can I use the Jot Touch charging base with the Jot Script?
No, the charging bases are slightly different, and mixing them could lead to some problems. Please don’t use Touch charging base with the Jot Script.
How much does the Jot Script cost?
The Jot Script has a price point of $74.99 US dollars before sales tax and shipping costs.
Where can I buy the Jot Script?
You can purchase the Jot Script on our website directly through the Evernote market or on Amazon.
What do the LED lights mean?
The LED light is an indicator of if the Script is on, off, or broadcasting. You can turn the stylus on and begin having it broadcasting by pressing the button once. You can stop the broadcasting process if you choose by pressing the button again.
Original Jot Script
- Blinking green light = Stylus is broadcasting for connection
- Single red light = The stylus is off
- Flashing red light = Replace battery
Jot Script 2
- Blinking blue light = Stylus is broadcasting for connection
- Single red light = The stylus is off
- Flashing red light = Recharge battery
Jot Script doesn’t appear to be functioning at all, why?
Your Jot Script must be turned on to in order to function, even if you have not paired it. To turn the Script on merely hold the button down until you see a green LED light come on.
Will I ever need to replace the tip?
The tip on the Jot Script is very durable and can be used for over 120 kilometers of writing on glass before a replacement is needed. However in the event your tip becomes damaged please contact us at email@example.com.
Still have questions?
Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll be glad to lend you a hand.