“Password-protected items in Notes was one of the major features Apple touted for its spring software updates — but it may not be quite what you envisioned,” Dan Moren writes for Six Colors.
“Protecting notes isn’t about assigning a password to each individual item, but rather creating a general password for Notes, and then choosing whether to lock certain notes with that password,” Moren writes. “In other words, it’s an all-or-nothing proposition.”
Moren writes, “The good news is that, at least in my initial experience, iCloud does a perfectly good job of syncing your password and locked note status between your devices, including iOS and OS X.”
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MacDailyNews Take: This is a nice update to Notes. If you haven;t tried Notes in awhile, give it a launch and check it out!