Need to learn how to manage your files on your iPad with iOS 12? I can help with my tutorial on the Files app. The tutorial covers every gin from managing your locations, browsing files and folders, favoriting folder for easy access, tagging files, as well as moving and copying files and folders on your iPad. The tutorial includes 11 easy-to-follow video tutorials with averaging about 5 minutes each.
I’m happy to announce my latest tutorial on the Apple Watch is now available! This tutorial covers watchOS 5 and includes 25 lessons and tips to help you get the most of your Apple Watch. Lessons cover how to get the most out of the Apple Watch itself as well as using the Watch app on the iPhone for arranging your apps, customizing watch faces, and changing various settings.
My latest tutorial, Tutor for using AutoFill with Forms and Passwords is now available. Learn how to use autofill in Safari on your Mac. I begin by covering what options you have with AutoFill and how to enable the different features. From there I go into how you can reduce the risk of someone using your autofill information while you are away. Then I get into the details of each of the AutoFill features including autofilling forms using your contact information, autofilling usernames and passwords, autofilling credit card forms, and autofilling other forms
What you’ll learn:
- What the different features for AutoFill fill are and how to enable them.
- How to reduce the risk of someone using AutoFill on your Mac while you are away.
- Using your contact information to AutoFill a form in Safari.
- Saving your username and passwords when on a site in Safari.
- Autofilling usernames and passwords when visiting a site you’ve visited before and you need to log in.
- Create strong passwords for websites.
- Entering credit cards into Safari and then using those credits cards when purchasing online.
- Deleting information from websites when used for other forms.
Take a look at Tutor for using AutoFill with Forms and Passwords.
I’m happy to announce that my latest tutorial is now available. This tutorial covers a lot and is several hours long, but don’t worry, it’s cut up into over 80 bite size lessons. This tutorial covers a lost and is several hours long, but don’t worry, it’s cut up into over 80 bite size lessons. I also grouped these lessons into several sections including Getting Started with the Mac, Working with the Menu Bar, Working with the Dock, What’s new in Mojave, Troubleshooting, and more. There’s a lot of information packed in this tutorial. I’ve also included a few free previews for you!
If you are new to the Mac or want to learn more about the Mac, take a look at my Tutor for macOS Mojave.
I’m happy to announce that my tutorial on the News app on the iPad is now available online and for download. I show you how to follow news sources and topics, set notifications up for specific news sources, love and dislike articles, and more. If you get your news from the News app on the iPad, you’ll want to take a look at my latest tutorial – Tutor for News for the iPad.
I’m happy to announce I have a new tutorial available for the redesigned Books app on the iPhone.
In this tutorial, I look at the re-designed Books app on the iPhone. This was formally known as iBooks in previous iOS versions. So what’s new? In addition to a new name, Books, it has a new design, one that I find pleasing and easier to discover new books. In this tutorial I go through the major features of Books including managing your library, viewing and managing what you are reading now, navigating through a book including looking up definitions, hi-lighting and adding notes to text, and viewing your account settings and options. I also look at a few other tidbits throughout the lessons. If you are interesting in reading on your iPhone… as well as your iPad and Mac, take a look at the new Books app in Tutor for Books for the iPhone.
Apple introduced a new app with macOS Mojave – Voice Memos. With the new Voice Memos app on your Mac, you can record and edit voice memos. You can also edit your voice memos you’ve recorded on your iPhone or iPad with the new Voice Memos app!
I’ve completed my tutorials on Stocks with the addition of Tutor for Stocks for the iPad and an updated Tutor for Stocks for the iPhone. Both of these tutorial cover the all new iOS 12 version of the Stocks app. In case you missed it, Apple redesigned the Stocks app in iOS 12. The tutorials cover everything from searching for stocks, viewing news about a stock, managing your Stocks Watchlist, viewing your Stocks in the Today view, and an overview of the Stocks app settings.
Learn how to work with iTunes with our latest tutorial – Tutor for iTunes for the Mac
In this tutorial we look at how we manage our media, such as music and movies in iTunes on the Mac. We first look at the interface and how we get around iTunes. From there we look at individual features including setting the sound quality and using the MiniPlayer interface. We also look at how we import our media into iTunes and once it is imported how we can change the information and media kind or type. From there we look at the various types of playlists we can create and how we keep them organized. We also look at how iTunes keeps your media organized and how we can turn that off if you’d rather organize your media yourself. Have an iPhone or an iPad? With iTunes we can manage our iOS devices including backup, update, and restore as well as sync our media with your iSO device.
I’m happy to announce my latest tutorial, how to take screenshots on the Mac. Have you ever wanted to take a screenshot on your Mac running macOS High Sierra or an older operating system? Not sure how? In this tutorial I’ll show you how you can take screenshots on your Mac. I first show you how using key commands, this is usually how I do it, but I also show you how you can use the Grab app to create screenshots. With the Grab app we can add pointers and take a timed screenshot.
Look for a macOS Mojave update in the future.
You probably have never heard of Stickies on your Mac. It’s an app that has been around for many years and is the precursor to the Notes App. It actually has some of the same features and is designed to help you take notes, with a twist… in a Post-It Note style. With these Stickies we can format the text, add images, and add links. We can also change the color of a Stickies Note as well as make it translucent and have it float above all your other windows. If you are looking for a way to keep notes and like the idea of Post-Notes, Stickies may be the app for you.
I’m happy to announce my tutorial on photography with the Camera app on the iPhone is now available.
This tutorial includes 28 lessons on how to get the best pictures while using the Camera app. Lessons include how to take a select burst photos, locking the focus and exposure and why you’d want to lock it, using the Rule of Thirds with the grid, shooting live photos and applying effects, applying filters to your photos before you take them, reducing red-eye, making adjustments to your photos, setting where your slo-motion begins and ends in your video, and more. If you use the Camera app to take photos, you’ll want to take a look at this tutorial. Maybe theres something we can help you with in taking better photos!
Take me to Tutor for Photography with the Camera app on the iPhone.
Learn about Image Capture on the Mac with our tutorial on Image Capture
Have you ever wanted to import your photos from your camera or iPhone, but you didn’t want to use Photos? Maybe you just want to import them into a photo, or maybe you want see the information about a photo such as the ISO, film speed, or aperture used before you import them. What about scanning? How you do scan with your Mac? All this is done with Image Capture, included with your macOS. With Image Capture you can see your photos data, select photos and videos and import them into a photo or PDF, set the DPI or file type when you scan, select where you want to save your scans, and more.
Learn about the Voice Memos app on the iPhone with our new Tutor for Voice Memos Tutorial
This tutorial on the Voice Memos app for the iPhone is a short three lessons and covers all the major features including creating and deleting voice memos, sharing voice memos, trimming and deleting portions of a voice memo, and access your voice memos from the Control Center.
This is another one of my shorter tutorials on the site, but you may learn something including how to view your watched stocks in the Today view. If you watch stocks using the Stocks app on the iPhone, take a look at our short tutorial.