You can playback a recording on both the Watch and iPhone. On your Apple Watch: Navigate to the recording list (swipe left) Tap a recording and hit the play button to playback Adjust the playback volume: During playback, you may adjust the volume by tapping the middle speaker icon and using the Digital … Continued
You can quickly append recordings made from your Apple Watch to notes on your iPhone: 1. Tap on a recording file you wish to transfer to reveal the Append button 2. Choose a desired notebook and note to append, then tap the Append button 3. All ready to use! Also, any hashtags you added during the … Continued
Start Recording and add time tag: On your Apple Watch, tap the red button to start recording. Tap the ‘hashtag’ icon to add a #timetag. Remember to tap the ‘tick’ button to save once finished recording. Then, it will sync automatically to the paired iPhone. Pause and or continue recording: On your Apple Watch, … Continued
We’ve been receiving a lot of questions on whether the app will transcribe your audio to text. While this is not currently a feature of Noted, audio transcription is in our plans for the future. Stay tuned and follow us for updates!
Noted provides a number of ways to flexibly share your notes with others. Send your classmates’ lecture notes, minute meetings or recordings with colleagues straight from the app. Share note This allows you to share the entire note complete with images, tags and even audio to another Noted user. We use iCloud Sharing to transfer … Continued
There are NO limits to how long you can record, though this will depend on your device storage. Ensure you have sufficient iCloud storage to allow it to sync to your other devices. Remember you can always adjust the quality if you wish to save space. Note that this only applies to new notes.
Our audio recording mechanism has been fine-tuned to suit most settings, providing clarity that you get consistent quality whether you’re in a classroom, quiet office or even a noisy coffee shop. Noted provides 3 different settings for recording quality Best – 48,000 Hz Good – 44,100 Hz Space Saver – 16,000 Hz All recordings defaults … Continued