Question about Notes app in iOS 11

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1. Does it allow you to make you folders within folders? Like a Chem folder then a assignments and project folder within the Chem folder itself.

2. When exporting notes can you export as PDF? This is how I turn in 99% of assignments and if I cant export notes as PDF then unfortunately Notes would not fulfill my needs.
 

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1. Does it allow you to make you folders within folders? Like a Chem folder then a assignments and project folder within the Chem folder itself.

2. When exporting notes can you export as PDF? This is how I turn in 99% of assignments and if I cant export notes as PDF then unfortunately Notes would not fulfill my needs.
1. No. One level deep

2. Yes. Either print to pdf or markup pdf will do that
 

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Thanks for the answer, the folders I could live without but I am glad to know exporting to PDF is there.
You can at least build your hierarchy as you want it with your exported PDF’s by storing them locally or on the cloud of your choice using the Files app.
 
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You can at least build your hierarchy as you want it with your exported PDF’s by storing them locally or on the cloud of your choice using the Files app.
That's true also with Files app, does that sync to iCloud, meaning if I got a new iPad and signed in would I have to redo all my folders or would it all be there?
 

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That's true also with Files app, does that sync to iCloud, meaning if I got a new iPad and signed in would I have to redo all my folders or would it all be there?
Yep. Already in the beta cycle it’s a much improved iCloud client. On release other cloud storage will integrate seamlessly too so if you decide you prefer OneDrive or Dropbox you’ll be able to lift, drag and drop and carry on without missing a beat.
 

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Yep. Already in the beta cycle it’s a much improved iCloud client. On release other cloud storage will integrate seamlessly too so if you decide you prefer OneDrive or Dropbox you’ll be able to lift, drag and drop and carry on without missing a beat.
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