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Keychain Access now supports iCloud Secure Notes
The Secure Notes feature in Keychain Access now allows syncing of notes across multiple Macs using iCloud Keychain.

To add a note to be synchronized across all of your configured Macs, select the iCloud keychain from the list and select File » New Secure Note item.... Make a title for the note, input some content, and save it. This note will now appear across all Macs. This feature is still exclusive to Mac OS; there is no iOS support yet.

Another way to add a note to the iCloud keychain is to drag an existing Secure Note from another keychain onto the iCloud keychain icon in the keychain list. Option+drag to copy, or just move it with drag and drop without a modifier key.

[crarko adds: I didn't have a chance to test this yet. I hope Apple does add this to iOS as well. It would be nice to have things go the other way.]
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Keychain Access now supports iCloud Secure Notes
Authored by: kikjou on Mar 06, '14 12:31:27PM

Just tested it in Mavericks 10.9.2 and it works! We are now almost back to where we were when Keychain synchronization was abolished three years ago. Certificates still cannot be copied into the iCloud Keychain.



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