How to Share Notes Folder on iPhone

 Since iOS 13, Apple has improved the experience of the Notes application, one of which is the Sharing folder option, where you can share the contents of Notes.

Apple Notes has become one of my favorite stock apps for several reasons. Whether it's a variety of user-friendly features or an intuitive UI, the app has everything covered to give the best third-party note apps to earn their money. 

And with the arrival of iOS 13 and macOS Catalina, everything is even better. Among the many new features that adorn Apple's note-taking app, what caught my eye was the ability to share folders of the Notes app on iPhone, iPad, and Mac, which can go a long way in improving collaboration. 

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In this article, we will show you that you can easily share folders in the Notes app.

You can invite as many people as you want to your shared Notes folder. After accepting your invitation, they can make changes to the folder and collaborate smoothly. 

With real-time alerts, the app keeps everyone up to date about the latest changes. Just in case you don't want anyone to edit the Notes folder, you can choose to grant read-only permissions. 

With that being said, let's find out how folder sharing works in the Notes app for iOS 13, iPadOS 13, and macOS Catalina.

Not only sharing, but you can also set folders that are divided to be read-only. This is an improvement, where previously in iOS 12 it was only limited to sharing individually.

Share a Notes Folder on iPhone

  • Open the Notes app.
  • Swipe left on the note folder you want to share, then tap the Share option.
  • Tap the Share options option.
  • Then you can set permissions on everyone who accesses this Note folder. Where you can give permission to edit notes or not.
  • Finally, you just have to choose where the folder will be shared. You can choose to share it through the social media application you installed or via the link.

That's it!

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So, that's how you can add people to a shared Notes folder for seamless collaboration on macOS and iOS devices.

I have found this feature to be a timely addition to the note-taking app. If there are scammers, it must be a limitation that Apple imposes.

I think it would be better if Apple allowed users of older versions of iOS such as iOS 12 or iOS 11 to collaborate on a shared note. 

In any case, let me know what you think about it and what changes you still want to see in the app.

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