This is the Getting Started Guide for the iPhone version of Daily Notes.
There is a separate Getting Started Guide for the iPad version and we highly recommend that you read both so you’ll know how to fully use Daily Notes in both your iPad and iPhone.
If you're unable to find the answers here, send us a message via the Help portal within the app and we’ll be glad to help you out.
Below is a diagram on how your information is organised. Please take a look at it first to get a general understanding of how Daily Notes work and how can you maximize it to meet your needs.
As shown in the diagram, you can:
- Create several tabs in Daily Notes. Each tab can represent a category such as Work, Personal, Diary, Research or any other aspects of your life.
- Enter notes in each tab on a specific day. Add multiple notes in one day.
- Attach photos, recordings, sketches and documents to your notes.
- In each tab, you can add tasks. Tasks can be a one time or recurring.
Watch below how Daily Notes work:
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Where do you go from here?
We highly recommend that you go through this Getting Start Guide as it answers the most basic of questions regarding the Daily Notes app.
Start exploring Daily Notes by creating your organising the different aspects of your life via Tabs. You might want to sync first your iPhone to your iPad in Daily Notes. For that, go to the next section: “Sync Options”
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