Stickies are great for quickly jotting down a short sentence or to-do item. I like having a few sticky notes on my iPhone Home Screen as it makes them always visible and forces my attention. I don't have to go inside any app to see them, which surprisingly often results in finishing the job mentioned in those sticky notes on time.
If you feel the same or want to try it out, here's how to add, edit, and use sticky notes on your iPhone or iPad Home Screen and Lock Screen.
You can create folders inside the Apple Notes app to organize your writings, to-dos, sketches, and notes. With iOS 16, iPadOS 16, and macOS Ventura, you can also create Smart Folders based on certain conditions. Any note that fits those conditions will automatically appear in that Smart Folder.
Smart Folders are an excellent way to have your notes organized and clearly accessible based on tags, date created, date edited, shared, mentions, checklists, attachments, folders, quick notes, pinned notes, and locked notes.
In this tutorial, we will show you how to create and use Smart Folders in the Notes app on iPhone, iPad, and Mac.
The Notes app in iOS 16 brings a handy Find & Replace option, and we show you how to use it on your iPhone.
The Apple Notes app, which comes prebuilt in iOS, iPadOS, and macOS, is an excellent place to jot notes, to-dos, sketches, and more. Until it stops working!
At times, the iPhone, iPad, and Mac Notes app may freeze and refuse to show you the saved notes. Other times, it may crash the moment you open it. And sometimes, the Notes app may not respond at all to your touches and clicks.
If you're stuck in one of these situations where you can't use the Apple Notes app to create new notes or access existing ones, the following solutions will help.
iCloud stores your notes and syncs them wirelessly to all your Apple devices. As a result, a note you create in the Notes app on your iPhone immediately syncs to your other iPhone, iPad, Mac, and vice versa.
However, there are situations and some types of notes that you might not want to upload to iCloud and be available everywhere. For example, you may not want to clutter the Notes app on all your devices with some not-so-important notes. Or, it may be a note of a random shopping list that you only want on your iPhone, or a quick sketch you only wish to have on your iPad.
To address such scenarios, here's how to use the local on-device notes account. This keeps those notes offline and prevents them from uploading to iCloud and syncing to all your devices.
Google Docs, Apple Notes, and most similar services let you share a document to collaborate with others. The changes you and the added person make are instantly visible to one another. You can use this handy feature to chat, and in this tutorial, we show you how!
Superscript means written or printed above the line, and subscript means written or printed below the line. While writing mathematical formulas (like exponent - 23), numerical suffixes (like 1st, 2nd, 3rd), copyright and trademark symbols, and so on, you may need to raise or lower some special characters or text. Sometimes you can also use these to give a reference (like Wikipedia does - Text ).
In this tutorial, we show you how to type raised or lowered characters on Mac.
Apple’s iOS & iPadOS 16 announcement at WWDC brought some enhancements to the native Notes app that are sure to interest a lot of people. But many of those new features can already be enjoyed on jaikbroken devices.
iCloud Keychain securely stores your usernames, passwords, and two-factor authentication codes. Starting with iOS 15.4 and macOS Monterey 12.3, you can also add a secure note to your password. This tutorial shows you how to use the notes feature in saved passwords on iPhone, iPad, and Mac.
The built-in Notes app on iPhone, iPad, and Mac lacks a Windows version or browser extension. But thanks to the two methods shown below, accessing Apple Notes on your Windows PC is easy. Have a look.
If you ever find yourself in the type of pinch that necessitates instantaneous note-taking, then we think you’ll be pleased to learn about the likes of a newly released and free jailbreak tweak dubbed Notey by iOS developer Spartacusdev.