If you're an administrator (or just someone who'd like to have a little fun), you can set up what's called a policy banner, which'll make users accept an agreement before they can log in. This works well in environments with multiple Macs, such as computer labs, but hey, if you want to configure a policy banner on your spouse's computer as a practical joke, this Quick Tip will be good for that, too. We're not responsible for any mayhem this causes.
When monitoring your health and fitness, the Apple Watch and iPhone both have ways of setting your preference for either Calories or kilojoules (kJ) burned. Here's a Quick Tip on how change the preference.
In this article, we're going to discuss how to add a widget to Notification Center that'll let you send messages or post to social networks right from the slide-out panel available in your menu bar. No more logging in on websites to post after you read today's Quick Tip!
Today's Quick Tip is about fast ways you can start a new private browsing session on either your Mac or your iOS device. So if you need your web searches and history to be secret, you can make that happen, as quick as a wink!
Today we're going to discuss how to use a contextual menu to pop selected text into an email, a message, or even a tweet, which is faster than the typical "copy, switch apps, start a blank message, and then paste" method. Come on in and read all about it!
The combination of the Dock in OS X and Spaces is a powerful one. If you set things up according to this Quick Tip, you can just click on a running app in the Dock, and OS X will whisk you to the Space that contains that app. John Martellaro uses this feature daily and explains how to invoke it.
Today's Quick Tip is about a little-known Mac feature that can help you out if you keep your computer muted most of the time or if you have trouble hearing. Did you know you can make your screen flash when an alert comes in? You can, it's neat, and we're gonna tell you all about it!
Today's Quick Tip is about sending all of your contacts to someone else, so if you and your spouse need to access the same info, you can add your cards to his list and vice versa. Melissa Holt has warned us that she's going to be complaining about the lack of a simple contacts-sharing option within iCloud, but she promises to keep that to a minimum.
In this Quick Tip, we've got a solution for those "here are the networks around you!" pop-ups, both on your iPad/iPhone and your Mac. It's great to find Wi-Fi networks to use, but no one likes unwanted dialog boxes, right?
Today's Quick Tip is about how to restore missing or deleted iCloud bookmarks using your browser. So if you find that you accidentally removed a whole bunch of stuff you need, you can easily get it all back as long as you're using Apple's storage and syncing service!
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