Who uses notes

cardboard60

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On their Pixel phone ?

Know I can't transfer Samsung notes to the new Pixel phone I want to get.

Do you use the note program that comes on the Pixel phone.
Or do you have one you like better.

Thanks.
 

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On their Pixel phone ?

Know I can't transfer Samsung notes to the new Pixel phone I want to get.

Do you use the note program that comes on the Pixel phone.
Or do you have one you like better.

Thanks.

I personally like Keep and I pretty put everything there. It’s cross platform, has an extension for Chrome etc etc. Basically, it’s always with me no matter what piece of hardware I’m using.
 

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How you liking your iPhone and watch?

It is working pretty well so far. I still have a few tweaks / nerd things w/ Android I miss but the watch is pretty on-point. Due to family iMessage & Facetime has actually been really nice.
 

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On their Pixel phone ?

Know I can't transfer Samsung notes to the new Pixel phone I want to get.

Do you use the note program that comes on the Pixel phone.
Or do you have one you like better.

Thanks.

I always use Google Keep on any phone. That way all my notes are always synced regardless of using a Pixel, Samsung, iPhone, PC, etc.
 

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Started using Keep (now Keep Notes) about a year ago and now wonder how I would get along without it. Highly recommended. It's on my phone, my tablet, and my PC.

I haven't used any of the alternatives, but I suspect they have "features" I don't need or wouldn't use. Keep Notes is a simple, easy-to-use app.
 

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Keep Notes all the way for me. I always recommend against relying on proprietary note-taking apps (like S Notes/S Memo, QuickMemo, etc.) because the notes typically can't be transferred easily to other devices that aren't from the same manufacturer. I always want things to be universally available in all of the different kinds of devices I use.
 

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I use Color Note for most things (I don't need a lot of features), but I use Last Pass's vault for things I need secured. I.e. Social Security numbers.
 

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Keep Notes all the way for me. I always recommend against relying on proprietary note-taking apps (like S Notes/S Memo, QuickMemo, etc.) because the notes typically can't be transferred easily to other devices that aren't from the same manufacturer. I always want things to be universally available in all of the different kinds of devices I use.

So you can take keeper and go to the iPhone ?
 

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I was using Microsoft ToDo on my Lumia Icon, and when I purchased my Pixel 2 9 months ago I was happy to see that I could still use it. I really enjoy ToDo.
 

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I use Keep on all my devices, and I have a large widget on one of my launcher pages devoted to Keep notes. My wife is added as a contributor to some of my notes so that the Keep widget updates on each of our phones at the same. Time.
 

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I subscribe to Microsoft Office 365 and use all the Microsoft Office products, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access, OneNote, etc. Working in the business world as I do, platform compatibility is important.

I've used Microsoft OneNote for note taking for many years and I know it like the back of my hand. All of my Microsoft Office apps are cross platform on any of my devices, including, of course, my Google Pixel 2 XL. My Office 365 data is kept on Microsoft OneDrive and is transparently available on all devices and always up-to-date.

I also use LastPass password manager and the LastPass Vault for Secure Notes containing sensitive data.