Apple recently launched iOS 17 which comes with many new features. In iOS 17 several old features have been modified. Apple introduced a new option in iOS 17 and macOS Sonoma that allows formatting in Apple Notes. Apple has also included new block quotes with a fresh monostyle style. For those who are unfamiliar and don’t know how to use these features, you’re in the right place. Just keep reading and we will guide you on how to use Block Quotes in Apple Notes like a pro player in Valorant.
For those who don’t know what block quotes are, let me explain briefly with an example. If you want to cite a paragraph in your Apple Notes you can use the block quote option available on Apple devices with iOS 17 or later.
Many of us use Apple Notes for various purposes such as writing our daily thoughts, tracking expenses or noting important dates. Thanks to Apple developers for adding this new formatting option in Apple Notes. The block formatting option makes it easy to visually offset a section of paragraphs with a quote bar to the left of the text. This feature enhances the versatility of Apple Notes for a wide range of users.
- Begin by opening your note in Apple Notes.
- Within the app, locate and tap/click the “Aa” Format button.
- In the Format menu, select the “block quote” option.
You can do this either before you start typing or when you’re on a line that you want to convert to a block quote.
The block quote option is versatile and works seamlessly with all text types, style options, and lists, including checklists.
In the Format menu of Apple Notes, you’ll also discover the recently introduced “Monostyled” option. This is nothing it is just a previous “Monospaced” feature that will allow you to apply inset text with a unique and eye-catching background it just adds an extra layer of style to your notes.
For macOS users, both the “Monospaced” and “Monostyled” options can be conveniently located in the Notes app menu bar. To access them, navigate to Format ➝ Notes. You’ll then find your quote with the vertical line on the left.
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