With the new iPad OS 15 is now a feature called “Quick Memo”. As the name “quick” suggests, it’s a feature that allows you to take quick notes when you want to jot down important information or when you come up with an idea.
I’ll show you how to use it.
Start by following the screen
It only takes a moment to activate Quick Memo. All you have to do is swipe from the bottom right of the screen to the center. A new memo screen will open, regardless of the app or the screen you are viewing.
You can start typing by tapping the memo screen. To use the touchpad, tap the pin icon at the bottom right. You can move the memo screen to any location you want by dragging the icon above.
Links can be added
The app can be operated normally, even if Quick Memo is executed. You can continue to research and check on the map the places you care about.
Additionally, you can use Quick Memo to add information such as the displayed web page or find information on the map to the memo as a link. If you open the link later when you return to the memo, you can immediately refer to the screen you saw during the memo.
The completion is stored in the “Notes” app. Open “Quick Memo” in the memo app and check the memo.
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