Add attachments to notes on iPhone
In the Notes app , you can attach photos, videos, and scanned documents. You can even add info from other apps—maps, links, documents, and more.
Add a photo or video
In a note, tap .
Take a new photo or video, or tap Photo Library to add existing photos and videos.
To change the preview size of attachments, touch and hold an attachment, then tap Small Images or Large Images.
Tip: To draw on a photo, tap the photo, then tap .
To save photos and videos taken in Notes to the Photos app, go to Settings > Notes, then turn on Save to Photos.
Scan a document into a note using the camera
In a note, tap , then choose Scan Documents.
Position iPhone so that the document page appears on the screen; iPhone automatically captures the page.
To manually capture the page, tap or press a volume button. To turn the flash on or off, tap .
Scan additional pages, then tap Save when you’re done.
To make changes to the saved document, tap it, then do any of the following:
Add more pages: Tap .
Crop the image: Tap .
Apply a filter: Tap , then choose to scan the page as a color, grayscale, or black-and-white document, or as a photo.
Rotate the image: Tap .
Mark up the document: Tap , tap , then use the markup tools to add annotations or your signature.
Delete the scan: Tap .
Add info from another app to a note
You can add information from another app as an attachment to a note—for example, a location in Maps, a webpage in Safari, a PDF in Files, or a screenshot.
In the other app, open the item you want to share (for example, a map or webpage).
Tap Share or , then tap Notes.
Save the item to a new note or choose an existing note.
View all attachments in Notes
Tap , then tap View Attachments to see thumbnails of drawings, photos, links, documents, and other attachments. (Attachments in locked notes aren’t shown.)
To go to a note with a specific attachment, tap the attachment thumbnail, then tap Show in Note.