Pages for iCloud release notes

We’re frequently updating Pages for iCloud. Updates are cumulative, so when you open Pages on iCloud.com, it has all the latest features. You can see all of the features included with each release below.

April 2022

  • Publish directly to Apple Books with larger file sizes up to 2 GB.
  • Easily rearrange pages using drag and drop in the thumbnail view of page layout documents.

Get complete step-by-step instructions and information on all the features in Pages for iCloud.

 


September 2021

  • Use the page thumbnail view to navigate your document easily.
  • Publish books with two-page spreads, optimised images and flexible versioning.
  • Allow participants to add others to a shared document.*
  • Radar charts can help you visually compare multiple variables at once to show similarities and differences in your data easily.

* Requires iOS 15, iPadOS 15 or macOS Monterey.


June 2021

  • Link to web pages, email addresses and phone numbers from objects such as shapes, lines, images, drawings or text boxes.


March 2021

  • Add bookmarks to link from one part of your document to another easily.


September 2020

  • Select from new report templates to help you get started.
  • Enhance your documents with a variety of new, editable shapes.


July 2020

  • Add captions and titles easily to images, videos, shapes and other objects.
  • Format text as superscript or subscript, adjust capitalisation, change text background colour and more.


March 2020

  • Select from a variety of gorgeous new templates to help you get started.
  • Add a Pages document to a shared iCloud Drive folder to start collaborating automatically.
  • Add a drop cap to make a paragraph stand out with a large, decorative first letter.
  • Apply a colour, gradient or image to the background of any document.
  • Easily access templates in a redesigned template chooser.
  • Use new text layout options to add borders, paragraph backgrounds and columns.
  • Enhance your documents with a variety of new, editable shapes.
  • Use Unite, Intersect, Subtract and Exclude commands to create new shapes.
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