Use iCloud Drive with Pages on iPhone
When iCloud Drive is turned on for your device, it stores your documents and keeps them up to date on your computers, iOS devices, and iPadOS devices that are signed in with the same Apple ID. You always see the latest versions of your documents, no matter where you made your last edits.
For seamless syncing of documents, use iCloud Drive and devices that meet these minimum system requirements: macOS 11, iOS 14, or iPadOS 14. On iPhone or iPad, items stored in iCloud Drive appear in the document manager.
You can also use Pages for iCloud to create and edit Pages documents using a supported web browser on a Mac or Windows computer.
Set up iCloud Drive on your iPhone or iPad
Tap Settings on your Home screen, then do one of the following:
If you’re already signed in: Tap your name at the top of Settings.
If you’re not signed in with an Apple ID: Tap “Sign in to your iPhone” and enter your Apple ID, or request an Apple ID, then sign in. Follow any instructions to authenticate.
Important: If you forget your Apple ID or its password, you can recover it on the Apple ID website. Though you can have more than one Apple ID, it’s not recommended. Purchases made using one Apple ID can’t be merged with those made using another Apple ID.
Tap iCloud, then scroll down and turn on iCloud Drive.
Scroll down, then turn on Pages.
This setting allows Pages to store documents in iCloud Drive.
When iCloud is turned off for Pages on this device, edits you make or new documents that you create aren’t saved to iCloud. Documents that are newly created or changed on other devices or on your computer aren’t available in Pages on this device.
Tips for managing documents across computers and devices
Here are a few things to keep in mind about using iCloud to manage your documents across devices:
If you edit and then close a document when you’re not connected to the internet, you see a cloud icon on the document thumbnail. The next time you connect to the internet, the edited document is saved to iCloud.
If you edit a document on multiple computers or devices and don’t allow time for your edits to sync, you will see conflicts. If you do get a conflict, you can choose to preserve any or all of the versions. (This applies only to documents not shared with others.)
If you delete a document, you can choose whether to delete it from Pages on all your devices or only the one you’re using. If you delete it on only the device you’re using, it appears in the document manager with an iCloud badge in the corner; tap the thumbnail to download the document again. Deleting a document that someone shared with you removes it from your iCloud Drive and from Pages on all your devices. You can tap the shared link again to add the document back to your iCloud Drive, where it becomes available on all your computers and devices that have iCloud turned on.
If you use folders to organize your documents on one device, the same folder organization applies on all your devices.
If you add a password to a document on one device, it’s required to open the document on all your devices.