Using Smart Folders In Mac Notes

Smart Folders are a great way to help you organize your notes in the Notes app. You can use Smart Folders with tags to create your own system to find notes.

Comments: 8 Responses to “Using Smart Folders In Mac Notes”

    Stephan Kiefer
    3 weeks ago

    Good explanation of what, for me, is a complex topic.

    Cheryl Fleming
    3 weeks ago

    Very informative video. Clear, concise, and useful explanations and instructions. Thanks, Gary.

    Karen
    2 weeks ago

    So do 'smart folders' in all apple apps behave the same way as in Notes? ie - photos, mail, etc

    2 weeks ago

    Karen: They are all the equivalent to "saved searches" if that is what you mean, yes.

    Jaime Guzm√°n
    2 weeks ago

    Great explanation. Very confusing to me. But this made it easier.

    Melody
    2 weeks ago

    Thank you Gary! Your videos are the BEST instructional videos! I'm going to use Smart Folders with tags now. Glad you included the # info because I had been using the default "colors" for tags

    Peter
    2 weeks ago

    Very useful, learnt a lot. I tried using tags, which I have never used before, and found could not add a tag to locked note. Is there a way to do this?

    2 weeks ago

    Peter: That's right, you can't use tags in locked notes. Otherwise the result you get would be inconsistent as it wouldn't be proper to be able to tell what is in a locked note while it was locked.

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