How to Quickly Take Notes on Galaxy S22 Ultra
The Galaxy S22 Ultra is a marvel of a device; Samsung has finally perfected the Note and flagship Galaxy S formula with the device and while the Galaxy S21 Ultra felt like a half-baked effort with no S Pen housing, the elder sibling is doing everything right and more. The S Pen finally feels at home and everything works as intended. All the features that Note users loved are still here, as well as some new and improved features. If you are wondering how you can quickly take notes on Galaxy S22 Ultra, this is the right spot for you as in this post, we are going to discuss how note-taking is super easy.
Now, it might seem like a gimmick but if you are always onto something and you need to quickly note down things, the ability to take notes on Galaxy S22 Ultra is really, really convenient. Especially when you are using an S Pen because then it just takes a few seconds.
Use Screen Off Memo and Quickly Take Notes on Galaxy S22 Ultra
Now, if you want to quickly take notes on the Galaxy S22 Ultra, it is worth noting that those who are familiar with the Note series, in general, would not have any issues with this because they more or less are aware of how to take notes. However, those who are experiencing the Note features for the first time might have some concerns.
Fret not, the guide is super-easy and is only going to require a few steps and you are good to go.
Step 1: Go to Settings on your Galaxy S22 Ultra.
Step 2: Once there, look for Advanced features and tap that.
Step 3: You now have to look for S Pen. Tap that.
Step 4: Once the new menu opens, look for a toggle called Screen off memo and turn that on.
That's about it. Now you can just go back and enjoy using your phone. In case you want to quickly take notes on your Galaxy S22 Ultra, all you have to do is take out the S Pen when the screen is off and it will open a blank canvas for you where you can take notes and even save them right there. Once you are done, you can put the S Pen back and the phone will go back to the locked state and the note will be saved.
I do understand that the need for this feature might seem unnecessary but I have been actively using it for some time and I think it is one of the best features that you get access to.
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