Finding the most important note is made a lot easier with the introduction of a neat feature called “Pinning.” So, you can now pin important note in the Notes app on macOS High Sierra to quickly access it.
Notes app for iOS 11 has also got pinning. Head over to this post, if you wish to pin notes on your iPhone and iPad. When you pin any note, it’s displayed at the top of the list. If you ever don’t want it to be shown at the top of the ladder, you can easily unpin it. Let’s check it out.
How to Use Pinning in Notes App on Mac in macOS High Sierra
How to Pin Notes in Notes App in macOS High Sierra
Step #1. Open Notes app on your Mac.
Step #2. On the left side of the screen, check out the bar that shows all the notes in a particular folder. Locate the one you wish to pin and select it.
Step #3. Now, if you are using Trackpad, swipe right from left on the note in question. A hard swipe automatically pins the note. A gentler one reveals “Pin” icon; then, you need to click on it.
If you don’t have Trackpad, once you select the note you want to pin, click on File menu at the top and select Pin Note.
From now on, the pinned note will be shown at the top of the list.
Once, the task is accomplished, you may want to unpin the same. Let’s check out that too.
How to Unpin Notes in Notes App on macOS High Sierra
Step #1. Launch Notes app on your Mac.
Step #2. On the left side of the app, you will see a bar that displays all the notes in a particular folder. The pinned note will appear at the top.
Step #3. Now, use the trackpad to swipe right on the note.
A hard swipe will automatically unpin the note. A gentle swipe brings up the unpin button; click on it to unpin the note.
If you are not having the trackpad or not want to use it for any reason, click on File menu and click on Unpin Note.
What’s your take on this useful feature? Share your thoughts in the comments below.
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