iOS 13 brought a plethora of changes some more significant than the others. While Dark Mode and revamped Maps App are applauded by many, it is the minor changes that have caught my eyes. One such feature is the folder sharing on the Notes app. To tell you a bit about this app, well I have been using the stock Notes app as the primary note-taking app on my iPhone and even on my Mac for quite some time now. Thus, this feature was much appreciated by me. And so in this post, you will discover how you could share Notes app folders on iPhone and iPad.
In my opinion, the Apple Notes app is highly underrated, even though it is functional and simple. After reading this tutorial, people might change their perception towards this app. From gallery view to handwriting integration, I love everything about this app, and thus the folder sharing option is like a boon to people. So take a quick look at the simple steps you have to take to discover how to share note folders in the Notes app on iPhone and iPad.
How to Share Folders in Notes App on iOS 13 and iPadOS 13
IMPORTANT: It goes without saying that you cannot share folders when your iOS device or Mac not connected with the Internet. Moreover, you cannot share default folders, i.e., All iCloud, Notes, and Recently Deleted.
Step #1. Open Notes app on your iPhone/iPad.
Step #2. Now tap on any folder you wish to share with other people. Alternatively, you can also tap on the Edit button from the top right corner when you are on the home page of the Notes app. This will disable the default folders on your iPhone or iPad; however, you can see the folders you have created in the Notes app.
Step #4. A menu will swipe up from the bottom of your phone screen; there are a few options, which include Add People, Move This Folder, Rename, Select Notes…and View Attachments. You need to tap on Add People.
How to Share Folders in Notes app on Mac
Step #1. On your Mac, open Notes app.
Step #5. In the next dialog box, enter the mail ID of the person with whom you want to share your folder.
That’s it for now folks… I hope you enjoyed this guide on how-to share Notes app folders on the iPhone, iPad, and Mac. If you have any issues that need troubleshooting, then mention them in the comments below; we will try and solve it for you. In the meantime, you could follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram for some quick fixes of your Apple devices.
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