In this Tutor Tip we take a look at how you get around your iPad using gestures including pinching to go back to the Home Screen, swiping up to show the iPad’s open apps, and swiping left and right to switch between open apps. We also take a quick look at the settings we have for gestures. Learn how to get around your iPad using gestures in this Tutor Tip. This Tutor Tip is part of Tutor for iPad: iOS 8 Edition.
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We are excited to announce we have an all new tutorial on Mail for OS X on our site! With Tutor for OS X Mail learn how to use Mail on your Mac. This tutorial includes 21 lessons on various subjects including how to switch between plain text and rich text when composing messages, reducing junk mail, as well as creating different flags and renaming flags. We also look at searching options, creating mailboxes including smart mailboxes, creating rules, and customizing the toolbar and favorites bar. We wrap it up with troubleshooting tips. If you use Mail on your Mac, this tutorial will help you get the most out of managing your email with Mail.
Wouldn’t it be great if you could just click on file file and have a menu pop up allowing you to move the file to the trash or open it in a specific app? This is where the contextual menu comes into play. To have the menu pop-up, all you need to do is hold down the Control key on your keyboard. It’s one of those features that you’ll wonder how you ever go along without. Learn how to use the contextual menu in this Tutor Tip. This Tutor Tip as part of Tutor for OS X Yosemite.
We’ve created a new Flipboard Magazine containing Apple related news. It’s a way for us to share interesting articles we find on Apple and Apple related tech. Our goal in this magazine is to share articles that are insightful in Apple and Apple related technology. We are going to try to stay away from rumors and speculation, their are plenty of sites for that. We hope you like it!
Have you ever wanted to visit a webpage you’ve visited before and you didn’t bookmark it or add it to your reading list? Maybe you were looking at a recipe and you want to take a look at it again, or a news article you now want to read. In this Tutor Tip we take a look at how you can browse your browser history as well as search and clear your history in Safari on the Mac. Learn how to browse and clear your history in Safari on your Mac in this Tutor Tip. This Tutor Tip as part of Tutor for Safari for OS X.
- Tutor Tip: Using Gestures to get around the iPad
- Tutor for OS X Mail Available
- Tutor Tip: Using the Contextual Menu in Yosemite
- Read our new Flipboard Magazine about Apple Related News
- Tutor Tip: Browsing and Clearing History in Safari for OS X
- Tutor for Safari for iPhone now Available
- New feature added to the site