Your Business Quick Tip Newsletter
Vol 18 No #163 – 21st of May 2019
- Power Of The Right Click
- Turn Your Smartphone Into A Magnifying Glass
- Talking About Smartphones – Two Must Do Holiday Smartphone Travel Tips
- Gmail Out of Office
- Where’s Debbie
It is incredibly useful. It is your browsing/work history. It shows files you’ve opened previously in chronological order. Selecting one opens the file once again.
Are you thinking you might give it a try and how do I open it? Two ways.
Click the Task View icon in Windows 10’s taskbar (see the image) or by clicking the Windows Key + T
2. Power Of The Right Click
Here’s an oldie but a goodie I think. Do you regulary right click? Whereever you are -in a Microsoft program, on a webpage – you’ll get a menu of options you can do. It changes with what ever program you’re in and where you right click.
I bet you didn’t know you can even right click the Microsoft Windows Start menu!!!! It will bring up 20 or so options of things you can do.
3. Turn Your Smartphone Into A Magnifying Glass
Samsung Settings > Accessibility > Vision > Magnification > turn on
When you need to use the magnifying glass, go to the camera app and tap the screen three times
iPhone Settings > General > Accessibility > Magnifier > Turn on When you need to use the magnifying glass, go to the Home button and tap the screen three times
4. Talking About Smartphones – Two Must Do Holiday Smartphone Travel Tips
With the July school holidays coming up in a few months and the Northern Hemisphere enjoying summer– you might be thinking of a holiday.
Well of course you take holiday photos. How about photos you wish came out better? That gorgeous sunset by eye, just didn’t translate to an equally superb photo? See the difference just some small adjustments can make?
The top two smartphone travel tips that I’d like to suggest are easy and dramatically wonderful. Read More here on the blog
5. Gmail Out of Office
Well the problem with Gmail is even when you’re away from the office, your email is available to you 100% of the time. Well, if you have an internet connection that is.
You might not know you can turn on an automatic out of office in Gmail – just to let people know you’re away. You’ll find it in Settings > General > scroll to the very bottom and set up your Out of Office Autoreply. You can set when it starts and stops. And it’s smart if a contact sends you several messages, the automated reply will be sent at most once every 4 days.