Notes

How to embed photos, sketches, links, locations and more to Notes on iPhone and iPad

Notes lets you collect and organize all your links, locations, photos, videos, and more!

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How to format Notes for the iPhone and iPad

With the new Notes app for iPhone and iPad, you've now got the option to bold, italicize or underline text and quick options for creating titles and headings.

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What would you change about the new Notes app?

Now that Notes has been redone, where do you want to see it go in iOS 10 and OS X 10.12?

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How to view your iOS 9 Notes on your OS X Yosemite Mac

If you've recently upgraded to iOS 9, you may find that you can no longer sync your beautiful new Notes app with your Mac. This is because on OS X Yosemite, your Notes app is still the same sad, pre-attachment version that you had in iOS 8—and they can't talk to each other. But don't worry, friends: Instead, you can use iCloud.com for your syncing needs.

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How to set up and use iCloud mail, contacts, calendars, and more

iCloud includes push email, calendaring, and contact services. That means whenever you get an email, it's immediately made available on all your devices. Whenever you make or change an appointment on your iPhone, it instantly shows up in your Calendar app on your iPad and Mac. Whenever you add or change contact information, its reflected in the contacts on all of your devices. iCloud will also sync Bookmarks, Notes, and Reminders. You're prompted to set all this up when you first set up your iPhone or iPad, but if you chose not to, it's never too late. You can also set it up at any time!

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How to use Notes on iPhone and iPad: The ultimate guide

The Notes app is the built-in way to take notes, draft memos, jot down thoughts, and otherwise record text on your iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad. As apps go, Notes is bare-bones. You can enter and edit text, look for replacement words, and get definitions, sync between iOS, Mac, and iCloud.com, and even control Notes via Apple's virtual personal assistant, Siri, but that's about it. Previously you could change the font but that went away with iOS 7. However, iOS 8 will be bringing a few new features, including support for rich text — bold, italics, and underline — as well as the ability to insert pictures.

For now, this is everything you can do with Notes for iOS 7, but we'll be updating for iOS 8 as soon as its released so keep checking back!

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How to share and print Notes on iPhone and iPad

The built-in Notes app makes it easy to take down quick notes, memos, thoughts, or any other bits of text you want to keep handy on your iPhone, iPod touch, or iPad. It also makes it easy to share those notes, memos, thoughts, and other bits of text with your friends, family, and colleagues via AirDrop, Messages, Mail, or even print it out and hand it to them with AirPrint.

Coming this fall with iOS 8, you'll be able to use sharing and action extensions to do even more, like post to Pinterest and maybe even auto-translate with Bing. Here's what you can do right now and we'll update when the new features go live.

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How to replace or define words on iPhone and iPad

Apps that use the built-in text editing features of iOS, including Apple's own Notes and Mail not only lets you do the basics — cut, copy, and paste — but also let find replacement words if the one you typed didn't autocorrect exactly right, look up definitions to words you aren't sure about, and even add or remove different dictionaries depending on which languages and dialects you want to use. All of it is contained in the popup menu, and all of it is simple and easy to do once you know how.

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How to update a note on iPhone or iPad with Siri

The Notes app for iPhone or iPad is a great way to not only keep track of your thoughts but also to add to and update them whenever the need arises. All you have to do is launch the app, scroll until you find the note, tap into it, and start typing. If your hands are full, however, if you're driving, or you just don't want to type, you can use Siri top update your notes in no time flat.

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How to take a note on your iPhone or iPad with Siri

The default Notes app on the iPhone and iPad is a great place to jot down random thoughts, memos, and other bits of text. If your hands are full, however, or if you're driving, or if you're simply too lazy to type, you can use Siri to take the notes for you.

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