Unlock your full note taking potential with the Gallery! Publish your notes and share them with the world. Browse and save all types of content created by other Notability users. Whether you're studying for an exam, beginning a new project, or looking for inspiration - you can search for notes on any topic and learn from a wide range of notetakers. Visit The Gallery to get inspired now!
- How to Publish and Unpublish a Note
- Viewing Published Notes
- Overview of Gallery Features
- Setting a template directly from the Gallery
- Tips For Creating a Great Gallery Note
How to Publish and Unpublish a Note
Publish Your Notes to the Gallery
- To upload your own Note or Template to the Gallery, open the Note in Notability.
- Take a moment to review your notes. The Gallery is a public place—Is there private information in your notes? Does everything follow our community guidelines? We are dedicated to making the Gallery a safe space for everyone, and you can help by making sure your notes follow the rules.
- In the top left corner of the screen on Mac and iPad, you’ll see a Share button, which is a square with an arrow pointing upwards. Tap this button.
- In the “Share” menu, click “Publish to Gallery”.
- If you don’t have an account yet, you’ll be prompted to create one.
- To help your Note be more discoverable, add a description, and up to 5 relevant tags.
- Click Publish Note, and you’re done! Remember, all Notes published to the Gallery are public, so be sure not to add any personal information you’d like to keep private.
Unpublish a Note from the Gallery
- In the Gallery tap on your profile icon in the top right hand corner and then press on “My Profile”
- All of the notes you have published are under the “Published” tab.
- On each of your published notes there is a cog wheel with an arrow pointing down, press this and you can either edit the note or unpublish it.
- Or you can press on the note, and then press the three dots to bring up the same option to edit or unpublish your note.
Notes can't be link shared and published to the Notability Gallery at the same time. You must un-share a note in order to publish it and vice versa.
If you have published a note and wish to edit it, you will first need to unpublish it, make any changes you wish and then publish it again.
Viewing Published Notes
Within Notability app
- Tap on the Note Gallery icon in the upper right hand corner of your library.
- Tap on your profile icon.
- Go to "Published" tab.
On web browser
You can check out our gallery here!
- Go to your profile > "Published" tab.
Overview of Gallery Features
Search by keyword and tag
- Type any keyword or type # to search tags
Filter by topic
- Select from drop down menu
- Sort by "Most Popular" or Recently Created"
Viewing user profiles
- Open a note and then tap/click the user profile from there to view.
Favoriting and Viewing Favorites
- View note
- Select "Favorite" button
- Go to your profile
- Select "Favorited"
- All of the notes that you favorited notes will appear there
Downloading and Viewing Downloads
- View note
- Select "Download" button
- Download as .note
Accessing Note Gallery within App
- Tap on the Gallery icon in the top right hand corner of the app, next to the search icon.
Setting a template directly from the Gallery
- While in the Gallery, select a note that you would like to use as a template. Many options are available under "Topics > Templates."
- Select "Save Template" > "View Template."
- The template will appear under your My Templates section under downloads.
- Select the template and tap Create in the top right corner.
Note: Downloaded Templates from the Gallery are stored locally on your device. If you want to use the same Template on other devices, you will need to download the Template from the Gallery on that device.
For more on templates, check out our template overview.
Tips For Creating a Great Gallery Note
- A colorful and creative first page
- Cool note title
- A helpful description
- Useful topic and tags (example: #chemistry, #studyinspo)
- Hateful content
- Abusive content
- Illegal content
- Copyright infringement
- Anything that can be viewed as academically dishonest
Happy note taking!