Everyone has occasional tipsy fingers that lead to wrong button presses. Even if you did not delete your note by accident, you may have found that it is still relevant and not time for the fall of that note. Fortunately, there is an easy way to undo the removal of your Google Keep notes.
You must delete some notes if you want your Keep to stay organized. Fortunately, you can easily retrieve deleted notes so that you are not afraid to collect your documents. So clean up your mess and start deleting your notes without worry, because you can retrieve each note from the dead within seven days.
: Find your deleted notes
First make sure that your Google Keep app has been updated. Use one of the links below to update depending on whether you are using Android or iPhone.
Now open the Google Keep app. Press the hamburger button in the upper right corner. The drawer menu is opened. Scroll down and tap the & # 39; Recycle Bin & # 39; button. Here you will find all your deleted notes from the last seven days. Your notes will be permanently deleted after seven days.
On the "Trash" screen, tap the note that you want to restore. Tap the three dots at the bottom left. When you do this, a pop-up with two options appears: "Recover" and "Delete forever". Of course you want to tap on the "Recover" button. When you now return to the main screen, you will find your undeleted note. No longer afraid to delete your Google Keep notes.
This article was created during Gadget Hacks special reports on the use of your smartphone to increase productivity. View the entire Productivity series.
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