If you have a lot of notes to manage, it takes time to keep them all organized. Otherwise, you’ll have to scrutinize the entire app, which can be a hassle to find specific notes. Now, the native Apple Notes app has a fix for this. If you’re a faithful user of Apple Notes, you’ll appreciate the introduction of tags in the note-taking apps on the iOS 15 and iPad OS 15. Tags make it very easy to organize all your notes and find them. Now let’s see how to organize tagged notes in the Apple Notes app on iPhone and iPad.
In addition to providing tag support, Apple has also added a very useful feature called Smart Folder. Automatically organize your notes into folders based on tags. Therefore, if you don’t want to manage your notes manually, smart folders are very useful.
Please note that adding tags to notes on iOS 15, iPadOS 15, or macOS 12 Monterey is only supported on iOS 14.5, iPadOS 14.5, and macOS 11.3 Big Sur and later. With that in mind, let’s get started.
Create tagged notes on iOS 15 and iPad OS 15
- Open the Notes app on your iPhone or iPad.
2. Now create a new note or open an existing note. Then create a new tag for your note.simply Enter the hashtag “#” followed by the text. For example, I added the #Beebom tag to the note in the screenshot below. After entering the tag, be sure to add a space and exit. The tag will now turn yellow.
And it’s done! The tag was successfully added to the note. Now, be careful:
- You can place tags anywhere in your notes, if desired.
- Both iOS 15 and iPad OS 15 allow you to use multiple tags in your notes.
- You can use any font size for the tag.
- Make sure the tags turn yellow and are searchable and appear below the tags section of the Notes app.
Manage tagged notes with the Apple Notes app
To view and manage tags, go to the main page of the Notes app and follow these steps:
- Open Note app On your iPhone or iPad, go to the folder screen.
2. Now New tag section at the bottom of this page.. next,”All tagsUse the option to check out all tagged notes.Besides, you can also choose Specific tag View, search, and sort tagged notes.
3. Then tap 3 dot icon Located in the upper right corner of the screen.
4. This will bring up the menu from the bottom, showing multiple options. The functions of each option are explained below.
- View as gallery: The note is displayed in the gallery view. By default, notes are displayed in list view.
- Note selection: You can choose to move, tag, or bulk delete notes.
- Sort notes: You can sort your notes based on title, creation date, edit date, old to new, new to old.
Note: Tap the three-dot icon while viewing a note for a particular tag to get the option to create a smart folder. You can automatically organize your notes by tag. This is explained in the next section.
How to create smart folders in Apple Notes on iPhone and iPad
Smart folders allow you to organize your notes based on the tags you select. If you don’t want to spend your precious time manually managing your notes, this is the way to go.
- Open Note app On your iPhone or iPad, go to the main (folder) screen.
2. Then tap Folder button “” In the lower left corner of the screenNew smart folder“option.
Note: Alternatively, tap a specific tag, then tap the three horizontal dots in the upper right corner of the screen,[スマートフォルダーの作成]You can also select an option.
2. Here, enter an appropriate name and select the preferred tag. you have to”DoneIs displayed in the upper right corner and exits.
that’s it. The smart folder is now successfully created in the Apple Notes app. Now you can easily find your smart folder. Setting gear Is displayed next to it. You can use this feature to manage your in-app research pointers, drafts, and completed notes more efficiently.
Easily organize your notes on iOS 15 and iPad OS 15
Here’s an easy way to organize your notes with tags on your iPhone and iPad. As mentioned above, tags are very helpful in organizing ideas, documents, etc. for quick access. So go ahead and make the most of it to manage all your notes. Slowly but steadily, the Apple Notes app features thanks to the addition of some useful features such as locking notes, sharing folders, and the new quick note feature on the iPadOS 15. It’s full. Sufficient for third-party note-taking apps like Evernote and OneNote.