Overview

Importing Notes

From the Share Sheet

You can use the share sheet in many other apps to quickly send text and images to SnipNotes. Tap on the “Share” button in another app and select SnipNotes from the upper row of icons. If you don’t see SnipNotes, scroll the icons to the right and tap on “More“ to add it.

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From the Clipboard

You can add the contents of your clipboard as a new note in SnipNotes. Select a text portion or an image and choose „Copy“ from the contextual menu.

iOS: Tap on the „Add Note“ button in SnipNotes (plus icon) and select „Add Current Clipboard“.

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<aside> 💡 iOS 16 introduces a new privacy feature that prompts you every time SnipNotes attempts to save your clipboard. In iOS 16.1, you can grant SnipNotes permanent access to your clipboard: Go to System Settings → SnipNotes → Paste from Other Apps and select the option “Allow”.

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macOS: Click on „File“ ⇒ „New Note from Clipboard“ in the menu bar.

You can also use the widget or a key combination (on Mac) to save the contents of your clipboard in SnipNotes. Learn more in Create New Notes .

With Drag and Drop

You can import text and images on your iPad with Drag and Drop.

Exporting Notes

Export Individual Notes