Apple has revamped its iCloud.com web interface with new features for Drive, Mail, and Notes. The update, which was released on September 29, 2023, makes it easier for users to manage their cloud data on the go.
One of the most notable changes is the addition of quick-action buttons on the home page. These buttons allow users to take action on their data without having to open individual apps. For example, users can download a file from Drive, delete an email from Mail, or mark a task as complete in Notes.
Another new feature is the ability to search for files and emails across all of iCloud. This makes it easier to find the information you need, even if it's stored in different apps.
Apple has also made some minor improvements to the design of the new iCloud.com interface. The fonts are now larger and easier to read, and the overall layout is more streamlined.
Overall, the new iCloud.com web interface is a significant improvement over the previous version. It's more user-friendly, more powerful, and more visually appealing.
Here are some specific examples of the new features in action:
- Drive: Users can now download files directly from the home page, without having to open the Drive app. They can also create new folders and files, and share files with others.
- Mail: Users can now delete emails, mark emails as read or unread, and move emails to different folders directly from the home page. They can also create new folders and search for emails.
- Notes: Users can now create new notes, edit existing notes, and mark notes as complete directly from the home page. They can also search for notes and share notes with others.