If you're tired of websites asking for permission to send you notifications (or if you want to change which ones you've already allowed to do so), come check out today's Quick Tip. We'll cover how to turn off the requests, how to revoke permission if a site's getting on your nerves, and what you'll do if you don't like the format or behavior of certain notifications.
Ever been curious about how you can use a keyboard shortcut to move files on your Mac? What about ways to drag and drop stuff without having to open separate windows? Melissa Holt has three very useful Quick Tips on organizing items in the Finder, coming right up!
Want to use your Apple Watch to get in touch with folks, quickly and easily? Then boy, do we have a Quick Tip for you today! In this article, Melissa Holt will cover adding new colors to your Digital Touch palette, using Force Touch to assist with Messages, and sending dictated texts as fast as possible.
Today we've got a nifty Quick Tip on the Apple Watch's Calendar for you! We'll discuss how to swap between the different viewing modes, how to go to the current day, and even what to do to jump back to the top of your list of events.
The Apple Watch can display seven different status icons at the top of the display, including the mysterious "red dot." Not all of them are easy to interpret, so here's an annotated list.
Today's Quick Tip is about watch faces. How do you add new ones? How do you delete existing ones? Can you have multiple versions of the same face, maybe to use at different times of day? Come on in to get the answers to these questions, plus maybe a little bit of Melissa Holt ranting about not liking the Mickey Mouse face. You don't wanna miss that!
Another day, another Apple Watch Quick Tip! Today's article is about the "Cover to Mute" feature, which will let you shush your Watch without having to fiddle with controls or even interact with the display. Keeping people from staring at you because your wrist is making odd noises is a good goal, isn't it?
For today's Quick Tip, we're going to go over how to use your Apple Watch to control music, both where the songs are coming from and where they're sending to. You can choose to either play tunes that are living on your Watch or ones from your iPhone's library, all from the convenience of your wrist! Speaking of convenience, it's a really good thing this device has us stand up every once in a while, isn't it? We're just saying.
The apps you add to your Apple Watch are all accessible with a quick press of the digital crown, but finding exactly what you're looking for can be a little frustrating because their icons are all in a random cluster. Luckily, you can rearrange them to suit your needs, and it's fairly easy to do. Read on to learn how.
Are you directionally challenged? The Apple Watch can help! There's a hidden feature within the Maps program that'll let you mark your current position, meaning you can save the location of a trailhead or your parked car (for example) to make getting back easy. That's what we've got for you in today's Quick Tip!
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