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If you do want to have a copy of your Notes records, you can open the notes you want using the Notes application, and from the File menu, use Export as PDF... you can rename the PDF file if you want... at the same time, once exported, you can use the Preview app to see your exported Notes record... the PDF files can be easily copied to any portable media ...
Yes - it works very well on all iOS devices up to and including the iPad Pro. The Pro does some special refresh rate enhancements with Apple's Pencil that you won't get full advantage of, but this stylus is very nice and I think some will prefer it's ergonomics over the faster response of the pencil.
Once on iCloud, any other device with access to iCloud can store these files locally. For OS X, go to System Preferences, sign in, and check notes. For Windows, download iCloud for Windows: https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT204283 For an iPhone, sign into your iCloud account, then in settings, be sure that Notes is checked. This should keep you in sync, ...
Apple solved this issue with an upgrade to iCloud and notes.app There is now a deleted items folder that you can access on iOS within the notes app. Just head to the Recently Deleted folder to recover your deleted work.
Well, this seem to be down to my unfamiliarity with the Notes app. As in "Mail" there is a browser overview under Window > Notes (Cmd-0) (in my language anyway) and any closed notes can be found there. Despite a long long use of OS X apps this didn't feel like a natural place to look, but it's logical considering other Apple apps. I think possibly "Note ...
Make sure that "Notes" is enabled in the iCloud settings on iOS. Secondly, you will have to upgrade your notes to the new iOS 9 / OS X El Capitan version (if you haven't already). In the top level of your iOS Notes app (tap the Accounts button), you will have a little button that allows you to upgrade your iCloud notes. (More info here: ...
Yes indeed. Although in some ways it's worse than that. If you have 3 accounts in (say) a family, then "Mum" "Dad" and "Child" will each have their own primary account. iCloud now appears to store two version - the "primary" version and the "secondary" version. Both are updatable. So: What "Dad" does in "Dad's Account" will sync with all Dad's devices ...
Solution: Remove MS exchange account in internet accounts. Notes app will not crash upon opening then add your MS exchange account again.
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