When you have to interact with many customers in a day, remembering their information for further support can be a huge pain. Even though the information is still available in the conversation, you may have to scroll up a lot to read it again, which is time-consuming. Typing your customers’ information into a separate app may be helpful, but you still need to be able to locate it again later. Luckily, there is a built-in feature that lets you add notes to Facebook Page Messenger. Continue reading to find out how.
Aside from the messaging, chatting, and video calling functions, Facebook Messenger packs a lot hidden features. In a previous tutorial, I explained how to play a secret chess game on Facebook Messenger. If chess is not your game, Messenger also offers a hidden basketball game. This tutorial will teach you how to play the secret basketball game in Facebook Messenger.
Supporting a large number of customers on your Facebook page each day can be exhausting. Depending on your business, you may typically start conversations with your customers with similar statements, questions, or answers. If this is the case, creating a list of frequently used replies can save you time by eliminating the need to type the same responses repeatedly. Continue reading to find out how to create and send predefined messages on your Facebook page.
If your Facebook page attracts users from many countries around the world, writing your posts in multiple languages is a good idea. Writing posts in the same languages that your readers speak will also help your posts have higher visibility on their timelines. Continue reading to find out how to write a post in multiple languages on a Facebook Page.
For those who have a supported printer, printing directly from an iPhone to an AirPrint-enabled printer is a breeze. For those who do not have a printer that is AirPrint compatible, never fear; all is not lost. Even if your printer does not support AirPrint, you can still print from an iPhone to any local printer with the help of a laptop or computer. Using free software, you can trick your iPhone into thinking that your computer is an AirPrint device so that you can print directly to any printer using your iPhone. If you are looking for a simple solution for printing from your iPhone to a printer that is not AirPrint compatible, keep reading to learn more.
I love podcasts. I listen to them during my commute and while doing chores around the house. They are a great form of entertainment for times when your hands and eyes are busy but your brain has nothing to do. Apple has a built-in Podcasts app that makes it easy to play podcasts on iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch, or Apple TV.
When you subscribe to a podcast, new episodes are downloaded to your device automatically. (Read how to subscribe to a podcast here). What if you want to find an old podcast to listen to again or share? You can do this by taking a look through the podcast feed.
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Apple has a feature called Groups on the Contacts app. However, the feature only allows you to view existing contact groups on your iPhone. You cannot add a contact group on iPhone using your phone alone. Luckily, you can still create a contact group on iPhone by using your iCloud account and a computer. The steps in this tutorial will show you how to add a contact group to your iPhone or iPad.
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If you are managing large Facebook pages, it is recommended that you download all your Facebook page data regularly to avoid losing photos, videos, posts, and status updates, in case someone tries to hack your account and erase the data. Unfortunately, this still happens often even though Facebook offers reasonably strong protection for accounts. Continue reading to find out how to back up the data using a tool built into your Facebook page.
I had a roommate in college who fell asleep every night listening to Car Talk. (Fortunately for me, she used earbuds attached to her phone because being talked to sleep does not work for me.) The Apple Podcast app found on iPhones, iPads, and iPod Touches has a built-in sleep timer that will shut off a podcast after a set amount of time or at the conclusion of an episode. This is perfect for being lulled to sleep by meaningless blather on a particularly boring podcast.
Google Sheets is a free alternative to Microsoft Excel that has a mobile and web version. Sheets does not have the full range of capabilities of Excel, but it works well with the touch interface of a mobile phone. Although I would not use Sheets to manage large data sets or do any serious computation, it has the functionality that I am likely to use on the go. Google Sheets can be used offline, or it can sync with your Google Drive so that you can pull up all your Sheets on any computer or device. If you do not already have the Google Sheets app, you can download it by following these links for android or iOS.
Sheets is getting better and better with new updates. A recently added feature gives users the ability to insert filters to columns. Whenever you use the filter, it will keep row data together as it re-orders your data (the same concept as “expand selection” in Excel). Note that no data is deleted when you filter out values. The hidden rows can be shown again when you remove or change the filter. Here’s how to apply a filter in Sheets: