For Bigpond email users only!
If you are having to delete email from your iPad and your computer seperately or if you cannot create folders on your iPad or iPhone then this video is for you.
You will learn how to delete your existing old Bigpond POP email account and add the new Telstra Mail IMAP account. It still is with your exisiting bigpond email address but will then allow you to syncronise folders and deleting across multiple devices.
Warning…. you need to know your bigpond email password to do this. Please do not delete the old email account until you know your bigpond passsword as you will need it to re-add your bigpond email as a Telstra Mail account.
For instructions on how to apply these changes to your computer as well visit this link: https://www.telstra.com.au/support/category/email/set-up
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Posted by The IPAD Man on Wednesday, May 9, 2018
What do you do when the Grandkids come to visit and want to use your iPad? You might not think twice about letting them use your own device but what if they accidentally delete some of your photos? How can you give a child your device without letting them do anything they want. Well, once set up a simple triple click of your home button can restrict your device to just one application and you can also set time limits!
The feature is called Guided Access and it is built into every iPad and iPhone. Every parent should be using this but you would be very surprised that most parents don't even know this exists! The next time you have the grandkids visit try this little trick and watch your own kids say "How do you do that?". There is no better feeling than teaching your kids about technology!
During the past twenty years digital cameras have made taking photos very easy. So easy that we seem to have lost control.
Because you are no longer limited by film you can keep clicking to make sure you get the perfect photo. At the time, you are sure one of the shots will be a good one. The only thing is you never get around to picking the “good” one and often your collection of photos becomes bloated with duplicates or many very similar photos that were never deleted.
What started as a wonderful hobby to preserve your memories has become a collection of excess that you rarely share with anyone. With every photo taken the problem keeps getting bigger to the point now where you don’t even know where to start. The thought of dealing with all those photos is overwhelming.
Thankfully technology has come to the rescue.
Many people spend hours trying to delete duplicates manually. You don’t have to. Software exists for both Apple Mac and Windows PC and can be downloaded for free to find and remove your duplicate photos in less than 5 minutes, even if you have thousands of them.
But what about photos that look similar? How to we deal with those? Apple realises that many of our photo collections are full of these similar photos so they have incorporated very clever software into the Photos App that is built into your iPhone or iPad to solve the problem.
This feature is called Memories and it creates a professional slideshow of your photos, timed to music with the touch of one button. It is so smart that it analyses your photos for duplicates and similar photos and skips them in the slideshow.
Finally we can enjoy sharing our photos again without the embarrassment of “I was going to delete that”. This software is magic and will have you enjoying and sharing your photos like you always intended.
You may be annoyed by always being asked to update your software but The iPad Man – Colin Dunkerley says it’s essential for functionality and security.
Most people do not need to use the latest and greatest features, (although many of these features make using your iPad easier) but you all need to keep the security of your devices up to date and for that reason alone it is recommended that you do updates whenever prompted by your device.