Xiaomi’s MIUI 12 beta program has made many improvements to the latest custom skins and internal apps.
The MIUI 12 beta updates have brought many improvements for Super Wallpapers, Mi Browser and now, the MIUI Notes app.
The 20.11.16 update beta is available for members of the Xiaomi beta test program in China with a new feature for the MIUI Notes app.
Thinking Note feature of Notes app on latest beta of MIUI 12 generates mind map with one click allowing users to save notes without any hassle.
Additionally, the Privacy section of the Security app has received a redesigned user interface with the latest public beta update for MIUI 12 in China.
– New reflection note function: one click to generate a mind map, save ideas and inspirations at any time
REMARK: The changelog above has been translated from Chinese (via Google Translate) and some things may have been lost in the translation.
However, in order to get the aforementioned features, the latest MIUI 12 update needs to be manually flashed as it is a nightly version and is not available live.
Additionally, it’s unclear when these features will arrive in the Weekly Beta Channel, so the only way to grab those features is to do a manual installation at this time.
While the Mind Map functionality of the MIUI 12 Notes app comes with the beta update, the security app with the redesigned Privacy section UI can be downloaded from the link below.
- MIUI Security Application V4.7.2 Update: Link
It should be noted that the latest security app may not work on MIUI 12 Global ROM because it was only released in China.
Since the latest features are still being tested in China, it will be some time before they reach the global stable channel.
In the meantime, you can watch the video below to get an overview of the latest MIUI 12 Notes app functionality and UI of the redesigned Privacy section of the MIUI Security app.
That said, we’ll continue to follow the development of MIUI 12, so stay tuned for the latest updates on the topic.
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