The Notes app on your iPhone is likely the most useful one. The Notes app is always useful, whether you want to write down thoughts or save passwords.
If you’ve ever deleted something from an active note by accident and don’t know how to get it back, the “undo” option will help you a lot. Today, we’ll show you how to use the iPhone’s Notes app’s Undo feature.
How to Undo in Notes Using the Shake Feature
A lot of people might not know this, but you can undo anything you do in the Notes app on your iPhone by shaking it. Here’s what you should do.
Step 1: Make sure there’s an active note opened on your device.
Step 2: If you wish to undo an action, shake your iPhone in an up-down motion.
Step 3: This gesture will pop up an ‘Undo Typing’ menu. Tap on Undo to reverse your activity in the Notes app.
If you want to go back and change something, you can shake your iPhone again. Tap “Redo Typing” in the pop-up menu. The changes you made will be put back.
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How to Undo in Notes using the Undo Menu
If you don’t want to use “Shake to Undo,” there is another way to undo changes in the Notes app that is more traditional. Just do these easy things.
Step 1: Once you’re in the Notes app, tap on the Markup icon in the menu at the bottom.
Step 2: As soon as you tap the Markup icon, you will notice two arrows at the top of your Notes screen.
Step 3: Tap on the left arrow to undo any mistakes. Tap the right arrow when you wish to redo any
You can also tap anywhere on the screen with three fingers to bring up a pop-up menu with the choice to undo. If you use three fingers to swipe to the left of your screen, you can also undo the last thing you did.
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On the other hand, if you want to undo your changes, you can swipe three fingers to the right of your screen. If you’re using a Mac, you can undo it by clicking the Edit button in the menu bar or pressing Cmd+Z on your computer. If you want to start over, press Cmd+Shift+Z.