Keeping notes with Notes


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Keeping notes with Notes

Notes is yet another iOS application that has made its way to Mountain Lion. However, unlike the mobile version of Notes, and Apple's long in the tooth Stickies application, this version of Notes is reasonably versatile. Let's take a look. I'll launch it from Spotlight and here's Notes. If you've used notes on an iOS device, this looks familiar to you. Along the left side is the list of your Notes, and select a note, and its contents appears to the right. However, you can also expand it to include any accounts that have notes attached to them.

So on this computer, I have an iCloud account set up as well as a Gmail account and both of them support notes. Basically, these are the IMAP email accounts that you set up in Mail, Contacts & Calendars. Unlike other Mountain Lion applications, Notes uses IMAP to transfer notes from device to device, rather than iCloud syncing. Within this list, you can select an account. So for example, I'll select my iCloud account, and yo...

Keeping notes with Notes
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Keeping notes with Notes provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Christopher Breen as part of the Mac OS X Mountain Lion Essential Training

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