Alongside Night Shift mode, being able to secret word secure notes in the default Notes application is one of the huge new components in iOS 9.3. Singular notes inside of the Notes application can now be secured with a secret key, and Touch ID clients can increase considerably speedier access to watchword ensured notes.
Securing notes in iOS 9.3 is a basic practice at first glance, yet it’s not generally altogether clear. Observe our full video walk‐through and instructional exercise for the greater part of the point of interest.
How secret word ensured notes function
In spite of the fact that there is by and large stand out the secret key connected with watchword ensured notes in iOS 9.3, notes are secured on a note‐by‐note premise. At the end of the day, the same secret word is utilized for each secured note, yet you should physically choose the notes that you wish to secure, as they are unsecured as a matter of course. Remember that the principal line in a note, regardless of the possibility that secured, can at present be perused when seeing your rundown of notes in the Notes application. In this manner, it’s critical that the primary line of the notes you make do exclude delicate information.
For those as of now on iOS 9.3, or those going to take the dive, this is what you have to do to secure a note in the Notes application.
∙ In the first place, begin by selecting a note you’d jump at the chance to secure with a secret word or Touch ID.
∙ Tap on the share catch in the upper‐right hand corner.
∙ Select Lock Note from the rundown of alternatives.
In the event that this is the first occasion when you’ve chosen this alternative, you’ll need to enter a secret word and a watchword indicates. See the notice just underneath the secret word segment: You can’t get to any secured notes on non‐iOS 9.3 or Mac OS X 10.11.4 gadgets. On the off chance that you’d get a kick out of the chance to utilize Touch ID notwithstanding a secret key, leave the switch in the On position.