You may not know the useful gestures to undo or redo taps on your iPhone and iPad. Yes, you can do this by shaking your device. But shaking devices sometimes do not look normal, especially when you shake the iPad. Just learn how to undo and do the gestures, and once you know that you will be much better after using gestures instead of shaking them.
On your computer you can undo the use of the keys Ctrl + Z or Ctrl + Shift + Z to do something is a common practice. But on your iPhone or iPad, you can delete and edit texts while typing. You know, you can use gestures to quickly undo and redo. Let’s see how you can use these gestures on your iPhone or iPad devices.
These gestures will work on the iPhone and iPad with the latest iOS from iPadOS. You can undo gestures and again on any text related applications like Notes, OneNote, WhatsApp, Messages, etc. Use. To demonstrate in this guide that we are going to use the OneNote app, you can use Notes or any other app.
How to undo and redo with gestures
While using an app where you just typed something and want to reset it, you can swipe left with three fingers to undo the action and swipe right to do it again in the same way. If the swipe action is successful, it will show and undo the badge on the screen.
If you are struggling to fight with three fingers, you can alternatively tap on the text area with 3 fingers to see the undo and repeat options on the screen. As you can see below, I use OneNote and when I tap with three fingers, it allows me to perform an action, such as Undo, redo, cut, copy, and so on.
This is all you need to quickly undo or do again while working with text, stop shaking your iPhone or iPad the old way and use gestures.
Switch shake to undo
If you are learning to use gestures to undo / redo, you no longer need the shaky option. To turn it off, go to Settings> Accessibility> Touch. Turn off the “Shake to undo” switch below the Touch options to prevent the undo alert from appearing on the screen.
These features have been added to iOS 13 and iPad 13, let us know if you like the way gestures are quickly undone or redone while you work. Do you undo / repeat daily gestures, answer below in the comment box to express your thoughts?