Can Apple family see my notes?
When Notes syncs across your iPad and Mac via iCloud — devices that family members or coworkers may share — you run the risk of having your notes read, edited, and deleted by other people. Such a catastrophe is easily avoided.
Does family sharing include notes?
When you create a family on Google, you can share notes on Google Keep with your family group. Anyone in the family can edit or delete notes you share with the family group.
Family Sharing lets you and up to five other family members share access to amazing Apple services like Apple Music, Apple TV+, Apple News+, Apple Arcade, and Apple Card. Your group can also share iTunes, Apple Books, and App Store purchases, an iCloud storage plan, and a family photo album.
How do I stop my iPhone from sharing notes?
Stop sharing notes
- In Notes on iCloud.com, select the note you want to stop sharing in the notes list.
- Click , then do one of the following: Stop sharing with all participants: Click Stop Sharing. Stop sharing with just one participant: Hold the pointer over the person’s name, then click and choose Remove Access.
What happens if I turn off notes in iCloud?
Notes may sync via other email services, like gmail. You need to check the settings of EACH of your email accounts, and, if necessary, disable syncing notes. … Now, newly created notes on your iPhone will remain on your iPhone and will not get pushed to the iCloud and hence your iPad.
Add someone to a note
- Open the iCloud note that you want to share.
- Tap the More button , then tap Share Note .
- Choose how you’d like to send your invitation. Then select the person you want to share with.
- Depending on how you share, you may need to tap Send.
Tap the note you want to share. Tap Collaborator. Enter a name, email address, or Google Group. In the top right, tap Save.
Turn off Notes iCloud Sync and turn it on again. For this, open the iPhone Settings app > your name from the top > iCloud > toggle off Notes. Now, restart your iPhone and follow the same steps to turn it on. Everything should resync.
Notes: Family Sharing allows up to 6 people in your family to share each others iCloud® content purchases without sharing accounts.
Why am I getting my wifes text messages on my iPhone?
This happens when you both use the same Apple ID for iMessage. To fix this you have two choices: On one of the phones go to Settings>Messages>Send & Receive, tap the ID, sign out, then sign back in with a different ID. Note: you can still share the same ID for purchasing in Settings>iTunes & App Stores; or.
What can my parents see on Family Sharing?
A Parent/Guardian can monitor Screen Time, adjust Content & Privacy Restrictions, and approve or deny App Store and iTunes purchases for your child’s device.
Can family see my iCloud photos?
Photos need to be actually shared through that album to be visible to other members of the family group however. So unless you actually share you photos, they cannot be seen by anybody else.