All the methods to undo and redo a text on iPhone or iPad

All the methods to undo and redo a text on iPhone or iPad

Methods to undo and redo text on iPhone or iPad. (photo: iPhon.fr)

Many users of Manzana they wrote a very long text on their iPhone Is iPad, but by chance everything is accidentally deleted. Of course, the first natural reaction is to panic, and after a few minutes of frustration, because you probably have to rewrite it from scratch.

But thanks to the Technology from smart phones current, there is several methods that can be of great help in avoiding this process. It’s true, and it has to do with the functions of ‘to cancel’ Yes ‘Remake’ of these devices.

Like any other operating system modern, iOS Yes iPad operating system offer options to undo and redo while writing or editing. Therefore, with just a few taps, users can recover accidentally deleted text or go back to an earlier point in the process.

If you want to learn how to undo and redo text on your iPhone or iPad, just follow these steps that Infobae will leave below. 4 different methods will be presented to master this feature. We must also remember update the device to the latest available version to avoid incompatibilities.

Method 1: Shake iPhone or iPad

For several generations of iOS, Apple has included a feature called “Shake to undo”. With this, each time the person shakes their iPhone, a window will appear asking them if they want to undo or redo a certain action. To enable this feature, follow these steps:

– Enter the menu Settings from the iPhone.

– Go to the area Accessibility.

– Here, enter the section To touch.

– Now just search for the function shake to undo and activate the switch next to it.

Shake on iPhone to redo or undo text.  (Photo: iPhone 12 Pro/José Arana)
Shake on iPhone to redo or undo text. (Photo: iPhone 12 Pro/José Arana)

Ready. Now if you make a mistake while typing, you just need to lightly shake the iPhone to display the Undo or Redo menu.

Of course, if the user tends to shake their device too much, you may see the message at inconvenient times. In this case, you can disable this option because there are still three other methods.

Method 2: Touch the screen with three fingers

This method can be done in two different ways. To undo the last text or action, just tap the iPhone screen twice with three fingers. Once done, you should see the last edit disappear and a message that you just used the undo function.

The second way to apply this method is touch once with three fingers. When this is done, you will see a small action bar at the top of the screen. Here you can use the back arrow to undo and the forward arrow to redo.

Fortunately, most Apps in the app store work with Apple gestures, so you can always use them to avoid having a bad time when mistakes are made.

Place three fingers on iPhone to redo or undo text.  (Photo: iPhone 12 Pro/José Arana)
Place three fingers on iPhone to redo or undo text. (Photo: iPhone 12 Pro/José Arana)

Method 3: Swipe the screen with 3 fingers

It is a way similar to the previous one. This time, however, you won’t just be tapping the screen with three fingers; you also have to drag them. This is a faster version of the previous process, and here you don’t need to press any buttons because the gesture does everything for you.

– Undo: place three fingers on the iPhone screen and swipe left. You will see that a small message will appear indicating the action while the last thing that was done will disappear.

– Redo: The same but now you have to slide your fingers to the right. Of course, this time you can see how the deleted text or actions reappear.

Swipe the iPhone to redo or undo the text.  (photo: cuba.eseuro.com)
Swipe the iPhone to redo or undo the text. (photo: cuba.eseuro.com)

Method 4: if the user has a physical keyboard

If a user has a physical keyboard connected to the iPad, the Undo or Redo commands can also be used.

Just like in a Machurry Command and CTRL+Z for to cancel the operation. Also it can be used Command and CTRL + Shift + Z for Remake text deleted.

iPad keyboard.  (photo: as.com)
iPad keyboard. (photo: as.com)

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