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Whenever I plan for a memorable picnic or prepare a big project, I make sure to create a special note and share it with all of my close friends. Whenever anyone comes up with any idea or wishes to add something, they add to the shared note. At times, it becomes a bit inconvenient to quickly find out the latest changes made in the note; especially if you haven't been able to catch up with all the latest alerts. But that's no longer the case today! You will now be able to automatically highlight all changes in a shared note in iOS 11 on your iPhone and iPad.

So, now you don't need to spend a lot of time in finding out all the recent changes made by your friends in a shared note. Besides, it allows you to easily keep yourself at pace with everything you couldn't catch up with due to hectic schedules.

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How to Automatically Highlight All Changes in Shared Notes in iOS 11 on iPhone

How to Highlight All the Recent Changes in Shared Notes on iOS 11

Step #1. Launch Notes app on your iOS device.

Step #2. Now, you need to either open an already existing shared note or create one. In this test, I'm going to create a new one. Tap on the Create button to start things off.

Step #3. Next, tap on the Contacts button at the top right.

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Tap on Contact Button in iOS 11 Notes App on iPhone

Step #4. Now, you have to add people. Choose the medium through which you want to share the note with your friend. I'm going to choose Messages.Send the note.

Share Notes in iOS 11 on iPhone

Step #6. Next up, you will return to the Notes app. Tap on the Contacts button again.

Tap on Contact Button in Shared Note in iOS 11

Step #7. Finally, toggle the switch next to Highlight All Changes.

Highlight Changes in Notes App in iOS 11 on iPhone

From now onwards, if anyone makes any changes to the shared note, they will be automatically highlighted; thereby making it easier for you to quickly spot them.

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Notes app has got a host of new features in iOS 11. We have already made quite a few important posts related to it, which you would love to read.

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