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21/11/2018 0 Comments
Over the last couple of years, I have been making a lot more use of Apple's Notes app than I used to.
Even though Evernote is still my main app for storing client notes, receipts, bills, renewal notices, etc, I am using the Notes app rather much more regularly for a range of things, including
In particular, I use the Notes app on my Mac every day - and love that the Notes I create and edit on my Mac are available on my iPad and iPhone (and vice-versa).
On the iPhone and iPad (as well as on the Mac), we have had the capability to organise our Notes into Folders for several years. I have done this, but my list of folders has been getting a little long!
It was only in the last week that I discovered that, on the Mac, I can arrange my Notes folders into a folder/sub-folder structure!
I simply drag a folder on top of (or just underneath) an existing folder to make it a sub-folder - see the image above for how my Mac Notes look now.
I can then 'collapse' up this the sub-folders and just see the folder (as shown in the image below).
For those of you who are iTandCoffee Club members, here is a short tutorial on how to organise your Notes into folders and sub-folders on the Mac.
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