Got an Apple Watch? You can use it to ping a lost iPhone in your house. But did you know that you can do that with your AirPods, too, assuming they’re set up to do so? You can, and we’ve got the trick to it in today’s Quick Tip!
With Numbers, Apple’s spreadsheet program, you can have multiple sheets in a single document and use cells within each to calculate values in the others. It’s handy! Come on in and read about how.
Today’s Quick Tip focuses on a neat trick in Pages (and Mail and TextEdit!) that’ll let you change straight quotes to smart ones or hyphens to dashes in an existing document. If you like typography, this’ll be right up your alley!
Today’s Quick Tip is about Apple Mail and how it (somewhat frustratingly) handles attachments. If you don’t like them dropping into the middle of your messages, come read about how to push them to the end!
In a recent update, Numbers gained the ability to sort by category, so if you want to break down your budget by transaction type, say, you can do that really easily. The details are all here in today’s Quick Tip!
Today’s Quick Tip is about Siri Suggestions in iOS 12. Have you seen reminders to call people back on your lock screen? Don’t like those prompts? We’ll tell you what to do!
If your new computer isn’t working correctly after you migrate your data—especially if you’re getting weird permissions issues or the “macOS needs to repair your Library” error—then come check out today’s Quick Tip! We’ve got all kinds of resources and tricks for you.
Reminders—available both on the Mac and on iOS devices—is one of Apple’s simplest apps, but it’s also one of the most useful. In today’s Quick Tip, Melissa Holt’s going to give us a few of her favorite tricks on using it!
If you need a High Sierra installer and you try to download it on your Mac running Mojave, it may seem like you’re out of luck if you search the App Store or look through your purchases there. But we’ve got the trick on how to do it in today’s Quick Tip!
Today’s Quick Tip is all about using Gmail’s delegates feature. With this, you can allow people you trust to read and respond to your messages without them having to know your password! It’s cool and very handy in an office environment, especially.
For today’s Quick Tip, we’re covering something that’s relevant for folks with dexterity problems—how to turn off 3D Touch. It’s also relevant if, you know, you just don’t like your screen having different levels of press available!
Mojave’s new Screenshot program, which probably landed in your Dock after you upgraded, is pretty nifty. But if you want to change the location where it saves its screenshots, how do you do it? We’ve got the details in today’s Quick Tip!
If you set your Apple Watch to unlock your Mac, but it stops working, there’s a fix for that so you don’t have to type your password like an animal.
Here’s how you can see and manage the passwords saved in the Keychain on your iPhone and iPad in iOS 12.
If you want quick access to an application on your Mac, you could put it in your Dock, of course, or you could get to it using Spotlight. But in case you didn’t know, program shortcuts can also go into the toolbar within Finder, and this can be pretty handy for your most-used apps! That’s the subject of today’s Quick Tip.
Tweetbot 5 for the iPhone and iPad has five extra themes you can unlock with an in-app donation. Here’s how to do it.
For today’s Quick Tip, we’re going to cover how to shut Siri up on the Apple Watch—and it doesn’t involve Silent Mode. If you’re easily embarrassed by your voice assistant shouting at you, then you’ll like this!
You can search for songs in Apple Music based on their lyrics in the Music app on your iPhone or iPad.
Within macOS, you can actually check the ink or toner levels in your printer without having to get up and walk across the room to the device (perish the thought!). We’ll tell you how in this Quick Tip.
Your iPhone and iPad have a hidden trackpad that lets you move the cursor where you want it for editing. It’s easier and more precise than tapping with your finger.