Patcay.com – Samsung phone users can utilize the Samsung Notes app to jot down various information, ranging from work-related tasks to daily notes such as shopping lists or electricity token numbers.
For users who rely on Samsung Notes for work purposes, there are times when they need access to the same notes on different devices. For example, they might record crucial information on their Samsung smartphone but wish to access and work on those notes to create a work report on their Samsung tablet.
In situations like these, cross-device synchronization can be activated to ensure that notes in Samsung Notes are automatically synchronized. This concept is already implemented in Google Keep, where the app automatically syncs if the user logs in with the same account across various devices.
Here’s how to enable synchronization in Samsung Notes:
1. Ensure that you have logged in using the same Samsung account on both devices, whether it’s a Samsung smartphone or tablet.
2. In the Samsung Notes app, open the settings menu and activate synchronization with Samsung Cloud by sliding the settings toggle to the right.
3. Alternatively, you can sync Samsung Notes with Microsoft OneNote. Choose this option and perform synchronization with Samsung Cloud.
4. You can choose how synchronization operates, whether only through a WiFi network or also through cellular and WiFi networks.
By activating synchronization in Samsung Notes across Samsung devices, when you create a note on your Samsung phone and want to open it on another Samsung tablet or smartphone, the note will be readily available without the risk of losing information.