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Set Password On Notes: How to?

Set Password On Notes
Written by Hassan Abbas

Set Password On Notes: We all take notes to remind ourselves of some things on a daily basis. But some of us may not know that you can also create notes that will open only when you enter a password. Also, there are some apps that let you assign a password to open a few apps or a password for all the notes that you locked. It would be difficult if you had the ability to set different passwords for each of your notes, right?

How to set a password to an individual note on Android

If you’re the one who wishes to protect each of your notes with different passwords, then these articles will be a right down your alley.

Step 1:

Firstly, download and install the BlackNote app from Google Play.

Step 2: 

Then Open BlackNote.

Step 3: 

Choose a note you want to secure with a password. In this case, we’re choosing the note having the name ‘Intro’.

Step 4:

Click on the lock icon at the top. A prompt appears to create a PIN for a specific note.

Step 5: 

Also, Input the password and click on Generate.

Step 6: 

Re-enter the password and click Confirm.

The chosen note is now password-protected. Also, if you move back to BlackNote’s home screen, you’ll see a lock symbol under the locked note.

This specifies that the note is locked. Also, you can repeat the above procedure to create a unique password for different notes.

How to open the note with the password

To open a password-protected note, follow the instructions below:

Step 1: 

Select the note you want to open.

Step 2: 

Input the PIN that you set up before and click on Confirm.

You can alternatively open the note using the device’s inbuilt fingerprint reader. This is obvious from the fingerprint icon at the top right corner.


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About the author

Hassan Abbas

Tech enthusiast with too many items on his wish-list and not nearly enough money! Specializing in all things tech, with a slight Apple bent he has been writing for various blogs for the best part of (too many) years

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