Did you know that if something was to happen to you or your kids, anyone can open the emergency contacts on your locked iPhone to contact loved ones? They can also get access to any medical information that could be life saving should you need to go to hospital, BUT only if you have this setup.
Did you know it is possible to sign your documents electronically? This means you don't need a printer and scanner to sign documents at home. Especially useful whilst so many of us are working from home and might not have access to these tools. (These instructions are for those of you using an Apple Mac) … Continue reading Signing Documents Electronically (Mac)
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If you never know what to listen to or just want to listen to something different. Try out the Create a Station option in Music on your iPhone. You just have to think of a song by an artist you like and it will do the rest.
It seems that now more than ever our kids are expected to communicate via email with their teachers. We have had a few conversations with our own kids over the last few weeks about the best way to write an email, the words to use and what information you should include when emailing someone. This … Continue reading Email Etiquette
I recently tried to send an email containing 2 PDFs and the size of the email was 50mb! There is a relatively quick way to reduce the size of a PDF so that it is easier to email. The quality will be reduced, so this may not be suitable for all situations. If you need … Continue reading How to reduce PDF size (Mac)
Do you know which Apps have access to your data? Take a moment today to check and turn off access to any Apps that you would prefer didn't have access to your data. Your Location, Contacts List, Calendar and Camera are just a few...
When you receive an email containing details of an event or meeting, did you know you can click directly on that and automatically add an event to your calendar? It's such a great timesaving trick you'll wonder why you never knew about it before!
I've had a few questions this week about how to set parental controls on the iPhone. There are a couple of different options, all can be found in Screen Time. We will look at setting Downtime, useful if you want your children to have access to their phones for an emergency or so they can use it as an alarm, but not be able to communicate with friends, access apps, mail and other features of your choosing, during certain times. Setting the amount of time your child is allowed to spend on each app using App Limits. Screen Time also allows you to set Content & Privacy Restrictions.
I've always used my iPhone Alarm to wake me up in the morning, but since starting online school we now have multiple alarms setup during the day to help remind the kids when they need to get back to class.