Thursday, November 18, 2010

iPhone Tip: Use a Gmail Plus Address for Note Sync

If you have your iPhone sync notes with a Gmail account, you may notice that it doesn’t delete old versions of notes. Instead, every time you save a note, it creates a new instance in your email account. This can easily fill up your email address with a bunch of junk messages which are hard to get rid of. My solution is to use a Gmail plus address for syncing notes, and then periodically manually running a filter which deletes all of your old notes.