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.
The Stickies app on your Mac is a handy, built-in tool that works just like those physical sticky notes you use at your desk. Jot down a note, stick it to your desktop, and it’s there when you need it.
Since you have both the Notes and Reminders apps, you’re probably wondering why the Stickies app is even necessary. Well, Stickies does offer some cool little features and unlike Notes and Reminders, you have the note you need stuck right to your screen.
We’re going to show you all the features of Stickies and how to make the most out of the app on your Mac.
The Stickies app on Mac is a convenient tool for creating digital notes. You can pop Stickies onto your desktop just like you can put physical sticky notes on your desk.
While it’s a really simple app that comes in handy, it does offer a list feature that makes it even more practical. You can make lists for tasks, shopping, ideas, and more. Here’s how to create and format lists in your Stickies.