Last updated on September 29th, 2021 at 01:24 am
Is the new Quick Notes feature not working on iPad? You’ve updated to iPadOS 15 but you can’t open the floating quick note window, from the bottom-right corner of the screen? Neither swiping up with your finger or tapping with the Apple Pencil brings up the Quick Note interface?
How To Fix Quick Notes Not Working
Important: Unfortunately, not all iPad models that are able to run iPadOS 15 are also compatible with Quick Notes. According to Apple, the iPad Air 2 and iPad mini 4 aren’t not supporting this feature!
1. Restart iPad
First, you should reboot your iPad. Minor glitches like this one, could be solved by a new start.
How to: You can either switch your iPad OFF and turn it back ON, a couple of seconds later or use the force restart trick!
2. Reinstall Notes
How to: Browse for Settings -> General -> iPad Storage -> Notes -> Offload App. Wait a couple of seconds and tap on Reinstall.
3. Use Quick Notes Button
How to: Open Settings and browse for Control Center. In the More Controls list, tap on the green + icon, available next to Quick Note! Now, whenever the quick note gesture doesn’t work you can swipe for Control Center and use the button!
Have you managed to fix the Quick Notes not working in iPadOS 15? Did any of the above tips help out? Do you have a better solution? Use the comments section and share your feedback.
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