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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Traveling enriches our life more than purchasing material things. It can bring us inspirational tales and what-of-a-kind experiences that will open our minds and widen our views of the world.
That’s why a lot of people loves to document their adventures. Aside from the colorful memories it brings, a travel journal enables us to review and notice details that we might have missed before and to remember a lesson or two. It’s a great way to reminisce and swap stories with travel buddies or sharing your adventures with families and friends.
Starting a travel journal doesn’t have to be your typical log of daily trips and first time experiences. Here’s some tips on what you can write to make your travel journal more interesting:
Write based on the five senses: what you see, smell, taste, touch and hear.
So you’re convinced of the power of journaling and you’ve finally started one yourself. Now doing that everyday is the hardest part. Good thing The Art of Manliness has a 31-day journal challenge, giving you an idea of what to write for the next 31 days, so you can continue your journaling journey.
“Day 8: Take some time today to reflect on your career. Jot down a timeline of it, including all the ups and downs. What was your best experience? And the worst? What would you like your future to look like, in terms of your career? If you’re a young man and haven’t started in yet, focus on that future part. What do you want your work to look like?
Journaling has been always considered as therapeutic. It helps you better understand yourself and the world around you but did you know that, the daily simple act of writing about your thoughts has a lot more mental and physical rewards? Here’s a list of how journaling can change your life:
Journaling boosts our creativity
Writing what we really feel is raw, spontaneous and true. And in that intuitive writing, in that unrestrictive, nonjudgemental condition is where we feel more free, child-like and honest. That’s where creativity stems from. Julia Cameron, bestselling author or “The Artist’s Way” attest to this fact and encourages writing every day. It’s just like brainstorming in your head, shutting up inner critics and doing a “brain dump” and see those creative thoughts flow.
Journaling can motivate you more.
Suppose you wrote a few months ago how scared and apprehensive you were of trying out a certain activity. If you’ve managed to conquer that fear and if you’ve managed to succeed in doing it, reading your progress in your journal becomes more fulfilling, pushing you more to try new things. It will motivate you more, making you think “Hey, that wasn’t bad, lets try something new again.”
– You can easily read past entries in Daily Notes via the calendar or tagging function. –
A picture is worth a thousand words. It contains a visual information that you might not clearly get from a note, making it quite a helpful feature. For interior designers, architects, event managers and related occupation, such a function will be quite beneficial in easily showing and emailing your colleagues and clients about a certain venue, decoration or other relevant information.
You can easily attach pictures to your notes on Daily Notes, both on iPad and iPhone.
Here’s how you do it on your iPad:
1. Tap on the “Add” icon on the bottom toolbar.