Scan and Sign Documents With iOS 11

A new feature in the Notes app in iOS 11 is the ability to scan documents using your iPad or iPhone camera. You can automatically capture pages in a multipage document and even sign the documents before sharing them or saving them out to iCloud Drive.

Comments: 5 Responses to “Scan and Sign Documents With iOS 11”

    Micha David
    2 years ago

    The plus sign above the keyboard was gone!!!!! No + while using my 6S. It took me a couple of hours to investigate and find out the solution for everybody: Make sure you are in the iCloud folder in Notes app and not your Gmail folder otherwise you will not get the + above the keyboard and you won’t be able to scan, sign or annotate documents. All the Best from Israel.

    Lubomir
    2 years ago

    well,lucky Micha! I can not make it on my iPad Air…there is not “+” on the keyboard,but some signs for bold,italic and underline writing.Any other idea how to get that “+” ?

    2 years ago

    Lubomir: Did you check to see whether your note is an iCloud one? Not local or Google or something else?

    JCooper
    2 years ago

    Thanks Gary, this is so informative! On my iPhone 7+, there is no ‘markup’ option when share is pressed. I tried to add by choosing More, but no luck there. Can you share how to get Markup added to the share toolkit? Thank you!

    2 years ago

    JCooper: Markup is there by default. You don’t need to add it. Are using iOS 11?

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