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Tip - Text Expansion & Safari

Date: 3rd July 2018

Duration: 06:57

Show ref: SCOM0748

Two quick updates in this week's tip show:

Text Expansion

Back in episode 0738, we covered using the built-in features of Text Auto-correction in both macOS and iOS. This is an easy way to use abbreviations to expand to simple words and phrases. However, text expansion is not just limited to simple words and phrases. It can also be used for multiple paragraphs, making Text Auto-correction so much more useful! In this tip, Don shows you how to create a multiline text snippet that will sync across your devices.

Subtitles or Captions in Safari

One of the main support issues we come across are people being unable to switch off subtitles when viewing tutorials on the ScreenCastsOnline website or, even worse, seeing two sets of subtitles displayed at once. This is easily fixed and is due to Safari itself displaying subtitles. In this segment, Don shows you how to easily switch both sets of subtitles off, giving you an uninterrupted view of your tutorials.

Tip - iOS 11 - Long Presses in Mobile Safari

Date: 5th December 2017

Duration: 06:07

Show ref: SCOM0688

Mobile Safari is one of the most used applications in iOS and as such, is very feature-rich. However, many of its features are hidden behind long presses, which by their very nature are hard to discover.

In this tip video, we expose some of the more useful long press-triggered features to help you get the most out of Mobile Safari.

Tip - Safari Reading List

Date: 29th August 2017

Duration: 05:07

Show ref: SCOM0660

Apple have continually updated the Reading List feature, transforming it into a very useful utility within Safari.

Capture web pages and links for offline reading, and sync them between all your devices. Capture a web page on your Mac and have it appear within seconds on your iPhone.

Items within your Reading List can be marked read or unread, searched and deleted.

Swiping through your Reading List is effortless and a great way to keep up to date with interesting articles.

Tip - Safari Bookmarks

Date: 15th August 2017

Duration: 04:58

Show ref: SCOM0656

Use bookmarks in Safari on both macOS & iOS to keep track of all your favourite websites.

In this tip video, we show you how bookmarks are organised and synchronised between all your devices.

We also demonstrate how easy it is to save bookmarks in the location of your choice.

Tip - Safari on iOS - Part 2

Date: 8th August 2017

Duration: 05:08

Show ref: SCOM0654

The problem with a touch interface is that things are not always as intuitive as they should be. This tip delves into some of the hidden features of Mobile Safari on iPad.

iCloud Tabs are Mobile Safari tabs that are open across all your Apple devices. As long as you're logged in to the same iCloud account, all of your tabs from your Mac, iPad and iPhone appear on all of your devices - if you know where to look, that is!

I also take a look at "Private Browsing Mode" - it's certainly private when you're using it but don't forget to close your private tabs when finished! I demonstrate why that's important in this tip.

Tip - Safari on iOS - Part 1

Date: 25th July 2017

Duration: 04:37

Show ref: SCOM0650

Mobile Safari is one of the most used apps on the iPad and iPhone.

In this, the first part of a multi-part series, we take a look at some of the hidden features of Mobile Safari on the iPad.

The third and final update on the new features of El Capitan.

In this episode, I do a little catch up, take a look at the new Maps app, explore the changes in Disk Utility as well as a first look at the new Magic Touchpad 2 and the prevalence of Force Touch now available throughout El Capitan.

OS X 10.11 - El Capitan - Part 1

Date: 30th September 2015

Duration: 30:24

Show ref: SCOM0523

El Capitan is just about to be released so it's time to explore all the new features.

In this first part of a multipart series, I take a look at some of the enhancements brought to some of the core applications in OS X El Capitan.

Continuing with our look at iOS 9, this week I cover changes to Mobile Safari, the controversial topic of Content Blockers and take a look at the new Slide Over and Split View multitasking features on the iPad.