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This week, iTandCoffee ran a couple of classes where the Notes app was used to teach Typing and Editing skills (part of the Introduction to the iPad and iPhone and Bring your Busy Life under control using your iPad and iPhone class series).
This highlighted that many users of iPads and iPhones have not updated their devices to make use of the new, improved Notes app - which became available in iOS 9.
The new Notes app has a variety of new features that have, for me, made it a much more useful app:
If you are an iTandCoffee Club member, read more about how you can upgrade to your Notes app, and watch a video showing how you can use its great new features (and witness some very bad typing/drawing by me!).
Here is the members-only article:
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A question has been posted in response to an earlier article published about whether it is possible to sort Notes on your iPad/iPhone into alphabetical order. A suggestion in that article was to use a tool like Evernote instead of Notes if sorting is something you need.
In Evernote, it is easy to sort your notes into Title order, or into Date Updated or Date Created order.
Sorting Evernote Notes on your iPad/iPhone
On your iPad or iPhone, touch on the word Options at the top right of your list of Notes. You will see the three sort options in the top sections, and also some options for what to show for each note in the list.
To sort your notes in Name order, touch Title so that it is ticked.
Sorting Evernote Notes on your Mac
On your Mac, you need to look for a different symbol, which is once again found at the top of your list of Notes. Refer below images showing the box symbol that you need to select.
Click on the box symbol, then choose the Sort by: option at the bottom of the list of options. You will then be able to choose to sort by Title, and also choose Alpha or Reverse Alpha order.
Your Mac provides a few other sort and view options here as well
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