How To Undo In Notes

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If you’ve ever written a note on your phone and accidentally deleted some important text, you know how frustrating it can be. Fortunately, the Notes app on your iPhone has a built-in feature that alows you to undo changes if something goes wrong. In this blog post, we’ll explain how to undo in Notes so that you don’t have to worry about making permanent mistakes when taking notes.

The first way to undo in Notes is by using the “Edit” menu in the menu bar. To access this, open the note you want to edit and then click on the “Edit” button at the top of your screen. Once there, select “Undo” or “Redo” depending on what action you want to take. This method is perfect for small changes like deleting a word or adding a letter.

The secod way to undo in Notes is by using keyboard shortcuts. To undo changes, press Command+Z and for redo use Shift+Command+Z shortcut. This method works best for larger changes that encompass more than one action such as deleting multiple words or lines of text at once.

The last way to undo in Notes is by using the three finger swipe method. You can use this method without having to open up the Edit menu or use any keyboard shortcuts. All you have to do is swipe with three fingers across the screen from left to right and an “Undo” prompt will appear at the top of your screen. Swipe with three fingers until all of your desired changes have been undone and then swipe again from right to left if you want to redo something after undoing it.

With these three methods, you shuld now be able to easily undo any changes made in your Notes app without having to worry about making any permanent mistakes!

Undoing Actions in Apple Notes

If you need to undo an action in Apple Notes, there are two ways to do so. First, open your note and click the “Edit” menu in the menu bar. Then select eiter “Undo” or “Redo,” depending on what you want to do. The other way is to use a keyboard shortcut. To undo an action, press Command+Z on your keyboard, and to redo it, press Shift+Command+Z. That’s all it takes!

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Undoing Deleted Text on iPhone Notes

To undo deleting text on iPhone Notes, open the Notes app and select the note you wish to edit. Then, give your phone a few strong shakes—three or four shold do it. This will bring up an ‘Undo Typing’ button at the bottom of the screen. Tap this button to restore any text you may have accidentally deleted. If you want to redo any deletions, simply shake your phone again and select the ‘Redo Typing’ button that appears.

Undoing Actions in Notes on iPhone Without Shaking

To undo text in the Notes app on an iPhone without shaking, simply swipe with three fingers to the left side of the screen. This will display an “Undo” prompt at the top of your screen. Keep swiping with three fingers until you have undone all of your changes. To redo somehing after undoing it, simply swipe with three fingers to the right side of the screen.

Undoing Deleted Notes

Yes, you can easily undo a delete in Notes. To do this, simply use the three finger left swipe gesture. This will instantly undo the last action, such as deleting a piece of text or an image. If you change your mind and want to redo the action, use the three finger right swipe gesture and select Redo.

Undoing Changes in Notes

Yes, you can undo chnges in Notes. To do this, simply shake your iPhone after typing text in a Note. When the “Undo Typing” pop-up appears, tap “Undo” to delete the text you just typed. You can also use the “Edit” menu at the top of your Note to undo changes. This will allow you to go back multiple steps and undo any edits that you have made since opening the Note.

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Undoing Accidental Text Deletion

To undo an accidental text delete, press and hold the “Ctrl” button on your keyboard and then press “Z.” This keyboard shortcut will recover any deleted items, deleted text, or moved items. If you have multiple levels of undoing to go through, you can press “Ctrl + Y” to redo the last action taken.

Undoing Accidental Deletion

To undo an accidental delete, it is important to act quickly. Press and hold down the “Ctrl” key and then press the letter “Z” on your keyboard. This is the shortcut key for Windows that can instantly reverse your action. When you do this, the file or folder you deleted will reappear in its original location. It is important to note that this method can only be used for files deleted within a short time frame and cannot retrieve files lost due to corruption or virus attack.

Retrieving Deleted Typing on an iPhone

The good news is that there are two ways to retrieve deleted typing on your iPhone. The first way is called Shake to Undo and it works like this: Simply shake your device and a menu will appear asking if you want to undo typing. Select “Undo Typing” from the list to bring back whatever you just deleted.

The second way to retrieve deleted typing is by using a tree finger gesture. To use this method, all you have to do is slide three fingers across the screen from right to left and then select “Undo Typing” from the menu that appears. This method works in iOS 13 and later versions of Apple’s mobile operating system.

No matter which method you use, you should be able to easily recover whatever you accidentally deleted with just a few taps or gestures!

Viewing Edit History in Notes

To view edit history in Notes, click the three dots in the top right corner of a note. Then select History from the dropdown menu and a History bar will appear. In this bar, you can scroll through the history of edits to the note by author and time. By hovering your mouse over any section of the History bar, you can see more detailed information such as who made specific changes and when they were made.


In conclusion, Notes is a powerful and convenient app that allows you to quickly and easily create, edit, and store important notes. It includes features like undo/redo, the ability to use keyboard shortcuts, and a three-finger swipe to undo typing without shaking the device. With its intuitive interface and useful features, Notes is an excellent choice for anyone looking for a reliable note-taking app.

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James Walker has a deep passion for technology and is our in-house enthusiastic editor. He graduated from the School of Journalism and Mass Communication, and loves to test the latest gadgets and play with older software (something we’re still trying to figure out about himself). Hailing from Iowa, United States, James loves cats and is an avid hiker in his free time.