Nowadays, Notes App plays a very important role in our daily life. We use notes to create checklists and sketch ideas, capture a quick thought and more. The notes may also contain some private information you don’t want others to know, such as medical information, financial details, passwords, etc. Hence it’s really necessary to keep your notes safely stored.
Method one: Set a password for your Notes on your device
Here are two ways to lock your notes. You can create a password in settings:
- Update your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch to the latest version of iOS.
- Go to Settings > Notes.
- Tap Password.
- Enter a password that you can easily remember.
- Tap Done.
Or you can create a password in notes:
- Choose a note that you want to lock.
- Click the icon in the upper right corner of the page and tap “Lock note”.
- Enter a password then tap done.
Note: If you forgot your password, Apple can’t help you regain access to your locked notes. You can create different passwords for different notes. If you want to change the password for a note that use an old password, you should enter the old password to remove it, then add new password to the note.
Method two: Transfer the notes from your iPhone/iPad/iPod touch to your Mac/PC via iFonebox
iOS data loss can be a common occurrence, we can’t anticipate when it will happen. Therefore, to keep your data safe, we should form a good habit of backing data up. As a professional iOS backup tool, iFonebox is aimed to handle with up to 17 kinds of data like contact, photos, videos, text messages, safari bookmarks, call records, events in calendar, reminders, QQ messages, messages in WeChat/WhatsApp, etc.
Compared with iTunes and iCloud, it enables you to selectively transfer documents from iPhone to computer without backing your whole device up and the progress can finished in a very short time. Click here to see how to export notes from iPhone to computer.