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#324 Fantastical [2/3]: Creating grouped calendars

Ever wish you could merge calendars across multiple accounts? Display bits from a Google calendar with an Exchange one and maybe throw in an iCloud calendar too?? Fantastical allows you to create custom blends of different calendars and present them as overlays with the flip of a switch. This video shows you how to create… Continue reading #324 Fantastical [2/3]: Creating grouped calendars

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#283 iMovie for iOS [3/3]: Creating a trailer

In this third and final series of looking at iMovie for iOS – we take you through the basics of making a trailer. If you’ve missed the other videos you can see the first one here Featured image by Pixabay is licensed under CC0  

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#279 iMovie for iOS [2/3]: Creating a video

In this second series of 3 of iMovie for iOS  we go through the basics of creating a movie using pictures and video footage.  We’ll also show you how to add a title – all in one minute!! Missed this first post about iMovie see it here Featured image from Wikimedia Commons  

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#275 iMovie for iOS [1/3]: An overview

iMovie for iOS is a free video editing software that allows you to create some great movies with some nifty effects and features. This first video provides a quick overview with later posts showing how they have been created. Featured image by Wikimedia Commons is licensed under CC BY SA 3

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#271 Tiny Scanner: A scanning app for iOS and Android

Tiny Scanner is a free app for iOS and Android that allows you to scan documents, photos, receipts and more. The basic version is limited but you can still email the document to yourself. It’s quick and easy and amendments can be made easily. Featured image: Mimeograph by Queensland via wikimedia commons CC BY 3.0

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#259 Email: Drag and drop attachments

By request! In the office the other day and someone said they’d recently discovered that you can drag and drop attachments in to most email clients. Yes you can! So here’s a couple of examples using Outlook, Gmail and iCloud Featured image by Pixabay licenced under CC0

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#255 Hey Siri: iPhone and iPad Shortcuts

If you have an iPhone and/or iPad then you should be making use of Siri – the built-in personal assistant who can assist you in lots of different ways (or provide some entertainment). Activate Siri by keeping your finger on the home key then speaking a command or on new models you may be able… Continue reading #255 Hey Siri: iPhone and iPad Shortcuts