Did you know that you can shake your iPhone or iPad to undo typing mistakes? Give your phone or iPad a shake the next time you have the urge to undo and if it doesn’t work see the instructions below.
How to turn on Shake to Undo on iPhone and iPad
Tap on General
Tap on Accessibility
Tap on Shake to Undo
Tap the switch so that it appears green
The next time you shake when typing you should see this:
EdTech Teachers has created an awesome set of video tutorials for Google Drive folders. They included topics like creating a folder and moving a folder. They also included advanced topics like storing a Google Drive folder in two locations.
Did you know that you can delete some of the pre-loaded Apple apps on the iPhone or iPad? If there are some on your device that you never use and would like to get rid of follow these steps:
How to delete a pre-installed Apple app:
• Open a folder or locate an Apple app you want to delete
• Push down lightly on the app icon until it starts to dance.
• Tap the small x icon that appears on the top left.
• Tap Remove.
iPad or iPhone – Use the do not disturb feature. This will silence notifications on your device so you can work distraction free.
Laptop – Close all apps. Turn off all notifications. Only use one app at time.
Extra Challenge – To give yourself larger blocks of time to focus. Check email only 2 or 3 times a day.
What works for you? Let us know in the comments.
Curious about what supplies are in Spark? Or want some ideas for projects? Jennifer Zacharis has created a great document “Makerspace Supplies and Potential Projects” with all the details.
Here is our handy Tech Tip of the week:
Want create a distraction free safe YouTube Link for students?
- No ads
- No comments
- No suggested videos
Use SafeShare.TV – paste a YouTube link into SafeShare.TV and get a new safe link to share with students. This is a great tool that can help prevent distractions when you share a YouTube link with students.