Apple Redesigns iCloud.com with New Features for Drive, Mail, and Notes

Apple has revamped iCloud.com with a number of new features for Drive, Mail, and Notes. The update includes a new customizable home page, browser notifications, a slideshow view for photos, and the ability to take quick actions from the home page. Additionally, users can now create an iCloud email address directly from the web and perform an undo send operation.

The new customizable home page allows users to choose which iCloud apps they want to see on the home page, as well as the order in which they appear. Users can also add widgets to the home page to see information at a glance, such as upcoming calendar events or recent photos.

The new browser notifications feature allows users to receive notifications about new emails, files, and other activity in iCloud even when they are not using the iCloud website. This can be helpful for users who want to stay up-to-date on their iCloud activity without having to constantly check the website.

The new slideshow view for photos allows users to view their photos in a slideshow format. This can be a great way to view photos from a vacation or other special event. The new ability to take quick actions from the home page allows users to perform common tasks without having to open the full iCloud app. For example, users can download a file or delete an email directly from the home page.

The new ability to create an iCloud email address directly from the web makes it easier for users to create an iCloud email address. Previously, users had to create an iCloud email address through the iCloud Settings app on their iPhone or iPad.

The new features in iCloud.com make it a more powerful and user-friendly platform. The new customizable home page, browser notifications, slideshow view for photos, quick actions, and undo send operation are all welcome additions.