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Need iPad and iPhone help? Sign up for iPhone Life In­sider and Sarah will help you with all your iPhone trou­bleshoot­ing and iOS-re­lated is­sues. To learn more go to iPhoneLife.com/In­sider. How do I al­pha­bet­ize my Notes app? Right now it’s chrono­log­i­cal. Sin­cerely, ABC Dear ABC, You can al­pha­bet­ize your Notes app in Set­tings. Sim­ply go to Set­tings > Notes and then un­der View­ing you will see the op­tion Sort Notes By. Tap on that and se­lect Ti­tle. Your notes should now be listed in al­pha­bet­i­cal or­der. How can I view more than the cur­rent month on my Ap­ple Watch? Sin­cerely, Out­dated Dear Out­dated, You are far from the only per­son who wants to be able to see up­com­ing months on their Ap­ple Watch. How­ever, while the To­day view in the Ap­ple Watch Cal­en­dar app will show you ap­point­ments for the next week, even if a new month starts dur­ing that week, the Month view will only show the cur­rent month—even if it's the last day of that month. Ap­ple needs to add this fea­ture, stat! The only thing I can rec­om­mend at this point is re­quest­ing this fea­ture from Ap­ple: Ap­ple.com/Feed­back/Watch.html. How do I change the de­fault voice­mail greet­ing on my iPhone 8 Plus? Sin­cerely, Leave a Mes­sage Dear Leave a Mes­sage, You can record a new voice­mail mes­sage to re­place the de­fault one by go­ing to the Phone app and then nav­i­gat­ing to the Voice­mail tab. Tap Greet­ing > Cus­tom > Record, and then begin record­ing your new greet­ing. Tap Stop when you are fin­ished and Play to lis­ten to your record­ing. If you don't like the mes­sage, you can re­peat the steps to record a new mes­sage. When you have recorded a voice­mail greet­ing you like, just tap Save. Sarah Kings­bury is the se­nior web ed­i­tor of iPhoneLife.com. She goes al­most nowhere with­out her iPhone and is a con­trib­u­tor to the site's Tip of the Day col­umn. She has over a decade of ex­pe­ri­ence writ­ing and edit­ing for on­line and print pub­li­ca­tions.

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