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Setting Up and Using Apple Pay and Apple Cash

Learn how to setup and use Apple Pay

With everything that is going on, I thought I’d create a video on setting up and using Apple Pay with your iPhone. With Apple Pay, you can make purchases just by using your iPhone. There is no reason to pull out a credit or debit card and hand that to someone else. It’s just you and your iPhone. Apple Cash is similar to PayPal and with Apple Cash, you can send and receive payments instead of using your bank card.

Save a Website to your Home Screen on the iPad

Learn how to Save Websites to your Home Screen on the iPad

In this lesson for Messages on the Mac, I show you how group conversations work in Messages on the iPhone. With group conversations, you can have more than two people in a conversation. You can also name the group and add more people to the group, as long as everyone in the conversation is on an Apple device. You can also easily see who is in the conversation and see all the pictures and files in the same group conversation. See how this all works in my video on using group conversations for Messages on the iPhone.

Group Conversations in Messages on the iPhone

Creating Group Conversations in the Messages App on the iPhone

In this lesson for Messages on the Mac, I show you how group conversations work in Messages on the iPhone. With group conversations, you can have more than two people in a conversation. You can also name the group and add more people to the group, as long as everyone in the conversation is on an Apple device. You can also easily see who is in the conversation and see all the pictures and files in the same group conversation. See how this all works in my video on using group conversations for Messages on the iPhone.

Mac Tip: Show the Date in the Menu bar

New Mac Tip: See how to show the Date in the Menu Bar on your Mac

In this lesson for Messages on the Mac, I show you how you turn on and off read receipts for Messages on the Mac. With read receipts, you can tell when someone reads a message you sent, and they are able to see when you read a message they sent. You can turn read receipts on globally, or for all your conversations, or for individual conversations. I show you how this all works in my video on using read receipts for Messages on the Mac.

Read Receipts in Messages on the Mac

Learn how to enable and view Read Receipts in Messages on the Mac

In this lesson for Messages on the Mac, I show you how you turn on and off read receipts for Messages on the Mac. With read receipts, you can tell when someone reads a message you sent, and they are able to see when you read a message they sent. You can turn read receipts on globally, or for all your conversations, or for individual conversations. I show you how this all works in my video on using read receipts for Messages on the Mac.

Responding with Tapbacks in a Message on the Mac

Learn how to Respond to Messages with Tapbacks on the Mac

In this lesson for Messages on the Mac, I show you how you can respond to a message with a Tapback with the Messages app on the Mac. With Tapbacks, we can respond with love, like, dislike, laugh, emphasize, and question a message. The messages does this by adding a small icon repressing what your are responding with. As an example, love will place a heart on the message, like will place a thumbs up on the message. You can do this for any type of message including images and text messages.

Hide the Dock on the Mac

New Mac Tip: Automatically Hide the Dock on the Mac

In this tip for the Mac, I show you how you can automatically hide and show the Dock on the Mac. When you hide the Dock, you’ll find you’ll have more room on your Mac’s display. This can come in handy if you have a smaller display, or you keep a log of windows open.

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New iPhone Tip: Show Week Numbers in the Calendar App on the iPhone

In this tip for the iPhone, I show how an app can get ‘lost’ on the iPhone. This happens when you tap-and-hold on an app to open it. Once you tap-and-hold on an app for a prolonged period of time, you can move your apps around on your home screen. From there, instead of opening it, I’ve seen people inadvertently drag the app they want to open on to another app, thereby placing it in a folder and ‘losing’ it. In this video, I demonstrate how this happens and what you can do to find the app again.

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