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Screenshot: Apple macOS Monterey brings one of iPadOS 15’s most interesting features to the Mac: Quick Notes. Apple’s Notes app is already a robust note-taking solution, but it’s now more integrated into the OS. Using the new Quick Notes feature, you can start taking notes from anywhere on the Mac. All it takes is a gesture or a keyboard shortcut. Here’s how it works. How to create a Quick Note from anywhere Want to jot something down in a hurry? Instead of searching for the Notes app, just take your cursor to the bottom-right corner of the screen. When you do, a little white box will peek out of the corner. Click on it, and the new Quick Notes feature will kick in. Screenshot: Khamosh Pathak From here, a new note will open up in its own window, which floats above all other windows (if you switch apps, you’ll still see your Quick Note). You can now start note-taking. Once you’re done, just close the window. Screenshot: Khamosh Pathak The next time you do this, the Notes app will open the last used note, so you can pick up where you left off. If you want to create a new note, use the Command + N keyboard shortcut. How to add links to a Quick Note Only Safari has native integration with the Quick Notes feature (more on that later), but Apple has created a feature that lets you add links from other open apps directly to a Quick […]