Use Pages on iCloud.com on your computer
On iCloud.com, you can use Pages for iCloud to create and edit documents using a web browser on your Mac or Windows computer.
Use Pages for iCloud
To use Pages for iCloud, go to icloud.com/pages and sign in using your Apple ID. Be sure you use a web browser recommended in the Apple Support article Supported operating systems and browsers for Pages, Numbers, and Keynote for iCloud.
If you’re using another feature on iCloud.com, you can switch to Pages by clicking the feature’s name in the top-left corner of the iCloud.com window.
What can you do in Pages for iCloud on your computer?
Create and edit documents: Create documents right from your web browser. Add or edit text; add images, tables, charts, or other objects; and format your document by adding sections, headers, footers, and more.
Collaborate with others: Share a document with others by sending them a link. Recipients can use the link to view the document, and you can also allow them to edit it so you can all work collaboratively in real time. Any changes you or others make to the document are saved in iCloud, so everyone always sees the latest version.
View documents from all your devices: Documents you create in Pages for iCloud are automatically available in the Pages app on your iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, or Mac that’s set up for iCloud and Pages. This integration works in both directions. For example, you can create a Pages document on your device and it appears automatically on iCloud.com. That means you can edit documents from anywhere—your device or iCloud.com—and the changes show up everywhere.
Learn more. See the Pages User Guide for iCloud.
Other ways to work with documents on iCloud.com
Note: Pages for iCloud isn’t available on iCloud.com on an iPad. However, you can view Pages documents in iCloud Drive on iCloud.com. See Use iCloud Drive on iCloud.com on your iPad.