The Notes app has got users covered with all the benefits. The app is available with a number of features that allow you to do a lot with just one app on iPhone, iPad or Mac. It allows you to scan documents, create checklists, create handwritten notes. In addition, it also allows you important notations to ensure that you never miss them and have easy access to them without scrolling through the notes. The attached notes will always be at the top of the list. So whether it’s about opening the grocery list or the guidelines given by the office, the attached note will always be handy. Let’s get started on understanding how to attach a note to the top of the note list.
How to attach a note to iPhone and iPad
- To open Notes app on iPhone.
- Swipe the note to be attached to the right and tap the Pin icon.
- You will see that your note is attached to the top.
How to attach or detach a note from the Ellipsis or Share icon in the Notes app
- Start Notes app and open the note to be attached.
- Now, at the top right, you will find it an ellipse or split icon.
- Open it and press pin icon.
To release a note,
Notes app → Open the note to be attached → Press Ellipsis or Share icon → Touch the Unpin icon.
To unlock a note on iPhone and iPad
To open Notes app → Swipe right the note to be released → Press Release the icon.
How to attach or detach a note on Mac
- Start Notes app on your Mac.
- Swipe the note to the right using the Mac trackpad
- Click the Pin or Unpin button.
If you are familiar with using the mouse, you can right-click on the note to be attached or released, followed by clicking on the desired option.
Summing Up !!
From controlling all the important tasks of changing the paper style of handwritten notes, there are many iOS users who can do with the Notes app.
To help you get through the iOS Notes app seamlessly, you can check out our article here.
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