Nothing beats the traditional method of notetaking. Digital methods can be very useful, but they are barely effective. But taking notes by hand is an art in itself. Doing things traditionally can be good for the mental health in a long run, and hand-written notes can also prove to be the greatest of teachers.
There is a slight advantage of having a limitation of time when taking notes by hand. It may seem like being able to respond fast would be challenging and it is, but the good thing is that it enables you to write down only what is important. With digital typing, you can be fast enough to write down the speaker's presentation word-to-word, which can make it tough to look back to and make out, after the meeting is long over.
From having the kind of notebook and writing medium, to adopting a particular style of notetaking, there are a variety of methods and options to choose from. The infographic below will introduce you to all these options and help you decide which one to go with. If you find yourself confused, then try out all the methods one by one. Happy notetaking!
Infographic by: Quill