Bear notes behave differently depending on whether Edit Mode is enabled. Knowing how to use this makes it easier to edit sketches and tap links.
As you add tags to your Bear notes, you’ll see them appear in the Sidebar on the left. Some of them even get little icons like a bar graph, pop culture reference, or something akin to emoji. Those are called TagCons, and you can do some fun stuff with them. TagCons help your tags stand […]
Keep your hands on the keyboard and stay in your writing groove by using shortcuts to format notes, navigate Bear, and more.
If your notes often needs to be sent elsewhere, published online, or even turned into screenshots, Bear has you covered.
Because Bear has such a wonderfully diverse group of users, we often add little features and perks to help with your note crafting process. Here are just a few.
Let’s say you want to pin multiple notes at once in Bear for iPad and iPhone, or duplicate, merge, share, export, copy, or trash them. Good news: you can!
If your notes cannot be constrained to #tags of mere individual words, Bear also supports multi-word tags. Here’s how to use them.