Organise notes in folders on iCloud.com
You can organise your notes by keeping them in folders. You can create your own folders, and Notes creates the following folders automatically:
All iCloud: shows notes from all folders except the Recently Deleted folder.
Notes: contains notes that you have not moved to folders you created or are not in the Recently Deleted folder.
Recently Deleted: contains notes you have deleted in the last 30 days.
Create a folder
In Notes on iCloud.com, click New Folder at the bottom of the folder list.
Name the folder, then press Return or Enter.
Your folder appears alphabetically in the folder list.
Tip: You can also create a new folder in an existing folder. Hold your pointer over the folder where you want to add a subfolder, click , then choose New Folder.
Rename or move a folder
In Notes on iCloud.com, do any of the following:
Rename a folder: Hold your pointer over the folder in the sidebar, then click when it appears. Click Rename Folder, add a new name, then press Return or Enter. Your folder appears alphabetically in the folder list.
Place a folder inside another folder: drag and drop the folder on top of the other folder.
Move a subfolder to the top level of the folder list: drag and drop the subfolder to the All iCloud folder.
Delete a folder
In Notes on iCloud.com, hold your pointer over the folder you want to delete in the sidebar, then click when it appears.
Click Delete Folder.
Notes in the folder you delete are moved to the Recently Deleted folder, where they remain for 30 days. During this time you can still view and recover them. After 30 days, notes are permanently removed from all your devices that signed in with the same Apple ID. See Delete and recover notes on iCloud.com.
You cannot delete the All iCloud, Notes or Recently Deleted folders, but you can delete notes in them. If you delete all the notes in the Recently Deleted folder, it disappears until you delete more notes.
Move a note from one folder to another
In Notes on iCloud.com, drag a note to the folder you want to move it to. Notes are listed by last-modified date, with the most recent note at the top of the list.
When you move a note to a new folder, the note automatically takes on the sharing permissions of that folder. For example, if you move a note to a shared folder, the note is then shared. If you move a note out of a shared folder, the note is no longer shared. For more information, see Share folders in Notes on iCloud.com.
You cannot move notes to the All iCloud folder.