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  • Make sure that your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch has the latest version of iOS or iPadOS.
  • To use the latest features of Notes, make sure that you set up Notes with iCloud or have notes saved on your device. Many Notes features won't work with other email providers.
  • If you have drawings in Notes, make sure they've been updated so you can use the latest features.

Create a new note

  1. Open Notes.
  2. Tap the Compose button , then create your note.
  3. Tap Done.

The first line of the note becomes its title. To change the formatting style of the first line, go to Settings > Notes > New Notes Start With, then select an option.

You can also quickly access Notes from Control Center. Go to Settings > Control Center, and add Notes. Then open Control Center and tap Notes to create a note. Or, just ask Siri to 'Start a new note.'

Pin a note

Pin your favorite or most important notes to make them easier to find. To pin a note, swipe right over the note, then release. Or go to the note, tap the More button , then tap the Pin button .

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To unpin a note, swipe right over the note again.

Do more with Notes

With Notes, you can draw, create checklists, scan and sign documents, and add attachments — like photos, videos, or web links.

Create a checklist

Tap in a note, then tap the check button . Create your list, then tap the empty circle to complete a task. You can automatically sort checked items to the bottom, swipe to indent, and more.Learn more about creating to-do lists with Notes.

Format a note

When you're in a note, tap the table button or the formatting button to add a table, title, heading, or bulleted list. You can also touch and hold to quickly open a list of formatting options.

Add an attachment

To add something from another app, like a location or website, tap the Share button in the app that you want to share from. Tap the Notes app, then select the note that you want to add an attachment to, then tap Save.

Add a photo or video

To add a photo or video, tap in a note, then tap the Camera button . Tap Take Photo or Video to create a new photo or video, or Choose Photo or Video to add an existing one. Tap Use Photo or Use Video, or tap Add to add an existing one. You can also scan documents and add them to your notes.

Create folders

  1. If you're in the Notes list, tap the arrow to see your Folders list.
  2. In the Folders list, tap New Folder .
  3. Choose where to add the folder. To create a subfolder, drag the folder that you want to be a subfolder to the main folder. It will move below the main folder and be indented.
  4. Name your folder, then tap Save.

Move a note to a different folder

  1. If you're in a note, tap the arrow to go back to your Notes list.
  2. In the Notes list, tap the More button , then tap Select Notes.
  3. Tap the notes that you want to move.
  4. Tap Move, then select the folder you want to move them to.

See your notes in Gallery view

With iOS 13 and later, Gallery view gives you a new way to see your notes — making it easier than ever to find the note you're looking for. Open a folder or list of notes, tap the More button , then tap View as Gallery.

To sort your notes inside of folders:

  1. Go to the folder that you want to sort.
  2. Tap the More button , then tap Sort Notes By.
  3. Choose how you want to sort your notes.

To sort all of your notes automatically, go to Settings > Notes, and tap Sort Notes By. Then choose how you want to sort your notes.

Search for a note or attachment

To search for a specific note, just tap the Search field, then enter what you’re looking for. You can search for typed and handwritten notes. And with iOS 13 and later, search can recognize what's in the images inside of your notes. For example, if you search for 'bike,' search will show you all images you have with a bike. Search can also find specific text inside scanned documents or images, like receipts or bills.

To search for something in a specific note, select the note, tap the More button , then tap Find in Note and type what you're searching for.

You can also search for attachments. While you're in a Notes list, tap the More button , then tap View Attachments. To go to the note with the attachment, touch and hold the thumbnail of the attachment, then tap Show in Note.

Create an instant note from the Lock Screen

You can use an Apple Pencil with a compatible iPad to create an instant note from the Lock Screen or pick up where you left off on your last note. To change these settings, go to Settings > Notes, tap Access Notes from the Lock Screen, and choose an option.

Tap the Lock Screen with your Apple Pencil and create your note. Whatever you create is automatically saved in Notes.

Keep your notes secure

The Notes app lets you lock any note that you want to keep private from anyone else that might use your device. Depending on your device, you can use Face ID, Touch ID, or a password to lock and unlock your notes.

Learn more about keeping your notes secure with password-protection.

Delete a note

  1. Swipe left over the note in the Notes list.
  2. Tap the Trash button .

You can also open the note, tap the More button , then tap Delete.

To recover a deleted note, go to the Folders list and tap Recently Deleted. Tap the note that you want to keep, tap in the note, then tap Recover. Learn what to do if you're missing notes.

Set up Notes with iCloud

You can use iCloud to update your notes across all of your devices. To set up Notes with iCloud, go to Settings > [your name] > iCloud, then turn on Notes. You’ll see your notes on all of your Apple devices that you’re signed in to with the same Apple ID.

Learn more about Notes

  • Learn how to draw with Notes on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch.
  • Share your notes with friends and family, and invite others to collaborate on select notes.

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Update your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch to the latest iOS or iPadOS, and your Mac to the latest macOS.

Text file formats that you can import

On your Mac, you can import many different types of text files into Notes. When you import files, each text file is converted to a new note.

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Notes can import the following file types:

  • .txt
  • .rtf
  • .rtfd
  • .html

Importing from Evernote

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On your Mac, iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch, you can import Evernote Export files (.enex files). Each .enex file can include one or many notes. When you import an .enex file, each note from Evernote is converted to a new note in Notes.

If your files have an attachment or feature in Evernote notes that the Notes app doesn't support, it's removed during the import.

Import notes on your Mac

When you import text files or .enex files, you can add them to your iCloud notes account or your On My Mac account. If you store them in iCloud, you can automatically see all of your notes on any device where you’re signed in with your Apple ID.

  1. Open your Notes app.
  2. From the Notes sidebar, choose to store your notes in iCloud or On My Mac by clicking a folder in the account that you want to use.
  3. From the menu bar, choose File > Import to Notes.
  4. Select the file or folder that you want to import. If the notes that you're importing are organized in folders, make sure that 'Preserve folder structure on import' is selected. If you don't see this setting, click Options in the lower-left corner.
  5. Click Import. When you see a confirmation message, click Import again.

After your files import, you'll see a new folder in the Notes app called Imported Notes. Then you can organize them into any Notes folder that you want.

Import notes on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch

You can import Evernote Export files (.enex files) to Notes on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch. Each .enex file can include one or many notes.

When you import an .enex file, each note from Evernote will be converted to a new note in Notes. Before you import to your Notes app, send yourself the .enex file via email or save it to iCloud Drive from your computer.

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  1. Open your Mail and tap the email with the file that you want to import to Notes.
  2. Touch and hold the file, tap Share, then tap Notes.
  3. After your file downloads, you'll see a confirmation message. Tap Import Notes.

Use the Files app

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  1. Open the Files app and go to the file that you want to import to Notes.
  2. Touch and hold the file, tap Share, then tap Notes.
  3. After your file downloads, you'll see a confirmation message. Tap Import Notes.

When you open the Notes app and select your iCloud notes, you'll see a new folder called Imported Notes. If you're not using Notes with iCloud, you see the new folder in the On My Device notes.

If you don't use iCloud and you don't have On My Device available, you get an alert when you tap Add to Notes.

Learn more

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  • Use Notes on your iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
  • Keep your notes secure with password-protection.