If you’re checking Facebook throughout the day, try making a pinned tab for it in Safari so the latest status updates are just a click away. Pinned tabs are also great for Web-based email apps, news sites, favorite comics, and more. Learn the easy steps for setting them up on our blog.
Has iOS been nagging you with the dread Storage Almost Full message on your iPhone or iPad? You’ll need to clear some space before you can take many photos or download new music or videos, so click over to our blog to learn how you can free up some room.
It’s easy to enter emoji on an iPhone or iPad thanks to the custom emoji keyboard that Apple added in iOS 5. But how do you enter those little pictograms on the Mac? We explain how on our blog, and point out that they’re useful not just for jazzing up messages, but also as clip art.
If you’re overwhelmed by email, check out the new filter feature in the Mail app in both macOS 10.12 Sierra and iOS 10. It gives you preset filters that show matching messages and hide everything else so you can focus on a subset of messages. Read more on our blog.
The best part of photos is sharing them, but if you don’t want to put them on Facebook and risk everyone seeing them, you can use iCloud Photo Sharing to create an album that you share with just a few select people. Better yet, they can add photos to it as well!