You may have finally bought that new iPad you were eyeing for months. You want to discard your old iPad, give it away or sell it but first, you would have to transfer all its data to the new iPad. You would have to transfer songs, movies, ebooks and a lot more, but if you’re looking to transfer your Daily Notes data from your old iPad to your new iPad, here’s how to do it:
Make sure that you’re both logged in to your iCloud account in both your new and old iPad
Make sure that both your new and old iPad has the same iOS version.
- Turn to your old iPad and open up Daily Notes then tap on “Settings” located beside the bottom toolbar on your iPad.
- Tap the Sync tab.
- Enable “Sync”
- Then tap on the iCloud icon.
Then turn to your new iPad and do the same said instructions.
Note that you can also do the same for iPad to iPhone and vice versa.
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Learning a new skill is essential for one’s personal growth. Be it speaking a different language, developing a new app, cooking a great meal or whatsoever, developing a new skill can take you to mental and physical highs, especially if you’ve mastered it. For some, learning a skill is quite laborious, at times painful. It’s never easy but it can be one of the most rewarding experiences ever.
Here are tips on how to learn any skill without it being a tedious process:
1. Focus on the process, not the outcome.
Heard about the expression “It’s the journey that counts, not the destination.”? It practically applies to this philosophy. Once you start focusing on the outcome, you become more negative, judgement nit picky. Your every mistake and flaw is amplified, hampering your progress. But once you start focusing on the the day by day process of learning and methodology, you become more immersed in the activity. You feel more present and you will actually learn more than pointedly and frequently looking at the endgame.
Write down your daily experience in Daily Notes. You can easily sort and look through your activities and patterns on a daily, weekly, monthly or even yearly basis.
You think Daily Notes is only for note taking, voice recording and listing reminders? Here’s some personal insights from our users on how they fully utilize Daily Notes:
1. Personal project organizer
Stumbled on it and fell in love ★★★★★
by CMD925 – Version – 8.2 – Apr 5, 2015
“I accidentally stumbled across this app browsing apps and installed it. In no time flat I found myself using it incessantly and relying on it for reminders, memory jotters , recording ideas, memorialize events, and a menu of other things. Easy, well organized with more customizations than I’ve ever seen (paid version) I’m still in love with this app after 4 months of use.”
2. Time management program
Syncing via iCloud in Daily Notes, is the easiest way to access the same data in both your iPhone and iPad, so you can read or edit info simultaneously. To sync it, make sure first of the following:
- Both your iPhone and iPad are logged in the same iCloud account
- Both your iPhone and iPad have the same Daily Notes version.
Get your iPad first and do the following:
(1) Open up Daily Notes and tap on “Settings” located beside the bottom toolbar on your iPad.
(2) Tap the Sync tab.
A planner is a must if you want to stay sane and organized. It’s a great life management tool that enables you to keep track of your day by taking note of your appointments, events, tasks and more. Franklin Planners are a classic sample of such a powerful amenity, letting you also add your notes.
You might be fond of your planner but maybe, you’re now looking for a modern version, an app with some similar features, that you can use both on your iPhone and iPad devices. You can actually turn Daily Notes into that beloved, classic time management tool.
Here are some ways of turning Daily Notes into your very own Planner.
1. Create multiple sections.
Daily Notes has Tabs, which acts as sections, similar to a Planner. In these Tabs, you can sort and keep your notes, photos, even PDF attachments, sketches and voice recordings. Set up multiple Tabs for the different aspect of your life: Work, Personal, Projects, Workshops and more. You can even set up a Tab for your Master Tasks lists. You can also have a Tab for Addresses and Contact Information, just like a Planner.