Coffee and iPads
October 17th, 2017
Good Tuesday morning and happy birthday to Jill Amoth! My breakfast has been eaten, teeth brushed and coffee brewed. I like to be efficient. I like to save time. Today’s newsletter is focused on tips and tricks to be efficient with Safari on your iPad.
5 Quick Tips for Safari
You can check them off as you go. This works best if you have this email open on your computer or you print this off so you can work with your iPad while you read. Estimated Time to Complete: 1:07 (Times may vary from individual to individual)
Open several tabs in Safari on your iPad. Now, long press the open windows icon. You have the option to close one tab, all open tabs, create a new private tab, open split view, etc.
Long press on a link in a webpage. The following are options you have for the link.
Long press on an image to save it to your camera roll or do the following…
Long press the reader view button to automatically turn reader view on for a website or all sites. This cleans an article of all ads and distractions.
Teacher Thought Bubble
- Use these tips to save you time.
- Teach your students these tips to make them more efficient.
- Use reader view to keep students from the distractions of advertisements.
If you have your own thoughts on this topic and these suggestions, feel free to send them to me.
- More iPad Time Savers
- All about the Keyboard, Keyboard, Keyboard
- Helping Parents Parent with the iPad
- Tools You Don’t Know You Have
This newsletter is an experiment. It is also flexible to your needs. Please feel free to provide your feedback on the usefulness of the information I have been sending you by replying to any of the newsletter emails. Are there other topics you would like me to cover? Is something not clear and needs further explaining? I value your feedback and will use it to make this newsletter better for you. Thank you!