It used to be that you’d sync your iPhone notes to Outlook on your PC and that was that. Because the sync only happened one way — from iPhone to computer — any changes you made in your Outlook notes folder stayed there. If it made its way back to your iPhone, it was with the excellent but often circuitous help of a third-party app-and-cloud solution.
Enter iCloud. Together with your iPhone Notes app, it not only helps you overcome one-way syncs seamlessly, but also enables you to review, edit, sync and share your iPhone notes from any Internet-connected PC — not just your own. It’s a sweet deal, especially if you’re a prolific note taker who’s on the road a lot without a laptop or a computer you can claim as your own.
To learn more, read this short article that I’ve written on “How to Edit iPhone Notes on a PC,” posted on AZCentral.com’s Business & Entrepreneurship section. Find out how to configure iCloud on your iPhone for notes and discover two straightforward ways to edit iCloud and IMAP mail account notes on a PC.
- How to Edit iPhone Notes on a PC (yourbusiness.azcentral.com)
- 5 Tips For Making The Most Out Of The Notes App [iOS] (makeuseof.com)
- How to Sync iPhone Notes with Gmail Account (callingallgeeks.org)
- Mastering iCloud On Your Mac: Track Your Notes [OS X Tips] (cultofmac.com)
- Create, Find, & Modify Notes with Siri in iOS (osxdaily.com)
Excellent ebooks on the subject
- iPhone: The Missing Manual, 7th Edition; by David Pogue (iBookstore) (Kindle Store)
- Take Control of Mail on the iPad, iPhone, and iPod Touch, 4th Edition; by Joe Kissell (iBookstore) (Kindle Store)