HOWTO |use Ever note on the aple watch

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1 Add it to your Watch

Like ev­ery Ap­ple Watch app, Ever­note runs from the iPhone. You’ll need to have it in­stalled on your iPhone and be logged in. Go to the Watch app on your iPhone, Tap My Watch then scroll to Ever­note and tap it. Set the slider to on. To re­ceive no­ti­fi­ca­tions from Ever­note for notes with alarms set, go to No­ti­fi­ca­tions in My Watch, tap Ever­note and slide that switch to on.

2 Add new notes

You ei­ther open the app and press +. Or open the app, deep press on the screen, then tap the New Note but­ton. To cre­ate the note, you have to use dic­ta­tion, so once you’ve tapped +, speak to the note and press Done when fin­ished. Ever­note will dis­play the text on screen. Tap Done if happy and Ever­note will dis­play the Note. Tap Save.

3 Search for notes

As with the last step, you can ei­ther press the mag­ni­fy­ing glass on the Home screen, or deep press then se­lect it. Scroll through the key­words and if your search term is there, tap it. If it’s not, you’ll have to tap the mi­cro­phone and dic­tate the search term. It is hit and miss. We found even though Ever­note recog­nised what we said, it was un­able to find rel­e­vant notes.

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