Have you ever found yourself continuing to receive email responses because you’re caught in a “Reply All” list and you’d like to anonymously drop out?
You can’t actually drop out, but if you use Gmail you can stop receiving the annoying replies!
With the culprit email open, click on More at the top and then Mute. This will hide all future emails in this chain but not delete them, just in case you need to jump back in sometime.
Here’s more from Google: https://support.google.com/mail/answer/47787?hl=en
This has to be one of my favorite new apps.
I’m working on Italian for an upcoming trip and loving the these self-paced lessons and the email reminders. I can take the lessons from my computer, iPad or iPhone and each device is synced so I can pick up where I left off.
I especially like using it from my iPhone because the microphone is more accurate for the speaking parts of the lessons.
I highly recommend that you give it a try!
Get started here: https://www.duolingo.com
If you have an iPhone 5s and you think the sleep button (the one on the top) isn’t working properly, Apple will fix it for free.
Read more here to see if you qualify: http://gizmodo.com/apple-will-fix-your-iphone-5s-sleep-button-for-free-if-1567815829/+andyoooo
If you have the Google Drive app on your iPhone or iPad, Google now has two separate apps just for Google Docs and Google Sheets. It makes accessing those files a bit faster than having to go through the Google Drive app.
Google will eventually require you to download these apps when you open or create a Google doc or spreadsheet, so go ahead and go to the app store and download them! Search for Google Docs and Google Sheets.