SnipNotes saves your notes automatically during editing and usually transfers them to your other devices within seconds. If this automatic synchronization does not work properly, you can usually fix the issue by following these steps.

You should perform each step first on the device which has all notes locally available. If this doesn’t help, repeat the step on your other devices as well.

Overview

✅ Check Your Settings

First, please make sure that iCloud is correctly configured on your devices:

📱 iOS

Open the system settings of your device and tap on your name at the top. Below your name appears your email address, which is used to sign into iCloud. This address must be identical on all your devices.

Tap on “iCloud”, scroll down and make sure that the two switches “iCloud Drive” and “SnipNotes” are enabled.

Also verify that the "iCloud Drive" and "SnipNotes" switches are enabled in the "Mobile Data" section of system settings.

In SnipNotes, open the list of categories and tap the cogwheel icon to reveal the settings menu. Verify that the option “Enable iCloud Synchronization” is enabled.

💻 macOS

Open system settings and click on “Apple ID” or “iCloud”. On the left side under your name, you see your email address, which is used to sign into iCloud. This address must be identical on all your devices.

In the same window, check that “iCloud Drive” is enabled. Click on “Options …” in this row to list all apps, that are allowed to use iCloud on your Mac. Make sure that SnipNotes appears in this list and the checkbox next to it is active.

Open SnipNotes, click on the cogwheel icon in the upper left corner, select the "General" tab and verify that the option “Enable iCloud synchronization” is active.