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How to use the Highlight tool

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Noted. contains Highlight Tool to make your text pop off the screen. You can select text and then highlight it with the Highlight tool. All the parts you highlighted will automatically be straightened. You can also quickly undo or remove highlighting items in your notes.

iOS

To highlight:

  1. Select the part you want to highlight: you can either double-tap a single word or hold and drag over multiple words.
  2. Tap the Highlight tool on the toolbar.
  3. Choose the colour you want.

To erase highlighting from part or all of a document:

  1. Select the highlighted part you want to clear: you can double-tap if it’s a single word, or hold and drag if the part contains multiple words.
  2. Tap the Highlight tool on the toolbar.
  3. Choose ‘no colour’ .

To undo recent changes:

Select undo to revert the change.

macOS

To highlight:

  1. Click the Highlight tool on the toolbar.
  2. Choose the colour you want.
  3. Double-click to select a single word you wish to highlight, or hold and drag to highlight multiple words.

To erase highlights:

There are a couple of ways you can erase highlights. If the highlights you wish to remove are recent, you can simply use the shortcut Command+Z, otherwise you can follow the steps below:

  1. Click the Highlight tool on the toolbar.
  2. Choose ‘no colour’ .
  3. Double-click to select a single highlighted word you wish to clear, or hold and drag to select multiple words.

Tip: Select a portion of a word to automatically highlight or dehighlight the entire word.

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Find out why you need to start using the Highlight tool on Noted, and how it can help you enrich your notes and organise them more effectively whether you’re taking notes for work or your studies.

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