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Sunday, 1 October 2017

Notes in iOS 11: Using tables and anchor annotations

The native Apple Notes app received a very thorough update with the arrival of iOS 9 . In iOS 10 returned to obtain some very interesting functions. And, now, Notes returns to surprise in iOS 11 with very useful innovations.

In addition to a feature for scanning documents , redesigning toolbars and implementing instant annotations, the iOS 11 Notes application adds the ability to create tables and anchor annotations.

In this tutorial we will explain, step by step, how to use the tables of the Notes application in iOS 11 and how to anchor your annotations so that they are always at the top of your notes.

How to anchor a note on iOS 11

1. Open the Notes application on iOS 11 from your iPhone or from your iPad.

2. Then open an existing note or create a new note.

3. On the side note list, slide your finger to the right of the note you want to anchor.

4. When performing this action, an orange button will appear showing a pin-shaped icon that will indicate that the note will be at the top of your list.

5. Press that orange button to confirm the action.

Adding tables to an iOS 11 note

1. Open the iOS 11 Notes app on your iPhone or iPad.

2. Create a new note or open an existing note.

3. On the keyboard of your Notes application, click on the icon on the left side that has a table shape.

4. This will add a table to your iOS 11 notes.

5. To add more columns click on the small gray bar.

6. Use the same method to delete columns.

7. To copy or delete a table, hold your finger on the Notes application table icon and additional options appear.

So here is our tutorial on how to create tables and anchor annotations in the iOS 11 Notes app for iPhone and iPad. We hope you have been useful!

Via | Macrumors

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