Hey guys, I'm panicking right now. I think I just lost the last 10 days worth of my Notes, upon which was an unbelievable amount of data. Think it's about 60 hours of worth of work that has disappeared. It appears the notes were not updating to iCloud for 10 days and now just started updating again, but my Mac first erased all the Notes and then added back the old versions from iCloud. Here's what happened: I noticed that the version on iCloud.com differed from what was on my MacBook Pro. So I went into Settings on my MBP, to iCloud and unchecked Notes and then rechecked it, hoping that would jumpstart the update process and send the notes on my MBP to iCloud. Except what it did was instantly delete everything on my MBP Notes and start populating with the old Notes from iCloud. IS THERE ANY WAY TO REVERSE THIS? I would literally pay $1,000 right now if could get those notes back. It seems just poof, they are gone in a millisecond. Are they stored on my MBP locally anywhere? I'm afraid to restart my MBP right now as I'm hoping maybe they are stored in a temp file somewhere locally? I figured I'm royally screwed and they are gone forever. But I would literally kiss the feet of whoever could get my Notes back. --- Post Merged, Nov 9, 2016 --- From what I understand, the Notes are stored locally at Library > Group Containers > group.com.apple.notes The Get Info shows that folder was modified at the time I lost the notes. Is there some way/some app I could use to drill back and get the earlier version from today and then replace that folder with the older recovered one??