what is icloud notes and usage
Notes on an iOS device (in the Notes app) or in Apple Mail on the Mac are like yellow sticky notes in the real world. You can use them for reminders, general notes, pretty much whatever you want in terms of small snippets of text. Notes that you create or edit on one iOS device will, if you have it set up, automatically synchronize to your other iOS devices, and to Apple Mail on the Mac.
You can have different notes associated with different accounts, depending on whether or not the account supports notes. Most email accounts from many different email providers do, as iCloud treats Notes as a special sort of email. So you can use notes in iCloud, and synchronize them with most IMAP accounts.
In Apple Mail, notes appear in the sidebar under the Reminders section . if you have more than one account enabled for Notes, then the accounts will all appear in the sidebar separately.
On an iOS device, you create Notes by typing in the Notes app, or if you’re using a Siri-enabled device, you can dictate notes to Siri, and they will appear in the Notes app. On your mobile device, you need to first set the default account destination for your notes.
On the iCloud website, you can only view Notes; you can’t create new ones or edit existing ones.
1) Tap Setting>Notes.
2) On the Notes settings screen . Choose the font you want to use for your notes, then tap Default Account.
The screen changes to show the different accounts that can accept Notes.
3) Tap the account you want to use as your default Notes account. A checkmark will appear next to that account name.
4) Press the iOS device’s Home button to save your choice.
create Notes on an iOS device :
1) Tap Notes.
2) Tap the plus button at the upper right of the screen.
A new Note form appears. Type the note .
To delete the note, tap the Trash icon at the bottom of the note.
You can also email or print a note by tapping the Send icon at the bottom of the note. In order to print, you must have an AirPrint capable printer available. AirPrint allows an iOS device to print wirelessly over Wi-Fi.
Though AirPrint is normally a hardware feature in a printer, some clever software, Ecamm Network’s (www.ecamm.com) $20 Printopla 2, installs as a preference pane on a Mac and then allows any printer your Mac can use to be accessed by AirPrint on your iOS devices. This doesn’t just work with Notes; it works with any app on your iOS device that can print, such as Pages or Keynote. You can also use Printopia to “print” a PDF to your Mac, Dropbox’s Dropbox, or Evernote’s Ever note (if you subscribe to those services).
work with Notes in Apple Mail:
1) In Mail’s sidebar, click the account that you created the note in, then select the note in the message list. The contents of the note appear in the message area
2)Double-click an existing note in the message list to open it in a new window for editing
To create a now note, choose File> New Note, or click the Compose new note button in the toolbar
To delete a note, select it in the message list and then press the Delete Key or choose Edit> Delete.
Annoyingly, notes you create on iOS devices don’t just show up in the sidebar under Reminders in Apple Mail; by default, they also show up in your Inbox. If this makes as little sense to you as it does to me (the Inbox is for mail, darn it), choose Mail> Preferences > Accounts, then click the account whose behavior you want to change in the list on the left of the window. Click the Mailbox Behaviors tab, then deselect the Show notes in Inbox checkbox.
view Notes on the iCloud website:
1) Log in to the iCloud website.
2) If necessary, from the homepage, click the Mail icon. If you are in another application, click the iCloud icon in the upper left corner of the window, then click the Mail icon.
3) In the website’s Mail application, under Folders in the sidebar, click Notes, then in the message list, click the note you wish to view
On the iCloud website, you can only view and not edit or create Notes.
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