Learn how to set up your home screen and reduce installed apps to make it easier to stay focused. Learn about using one screen for each location or timeframe and keeping the apps to a minimum. Get a phone location boundaries exercise.
- Let's move into some hands-on work. … Specifically, setting up your phone … to make it easier to set boundaries and remain focused. … We'll do this by creating different homescreens … to show the app you need, … depending on where you are, or the time of day. … Because the process for setting up homescreens varies, … depending on the device you're using. … I recommend doing a quick search for: … How to add or remove homescreens. … And then list the name of your device and operating system. … For each homescreen, you're going to only add the apps … that are appropriate for that situation. … Now you can do this according to either … the time of day or location. … Now in my example, I'm thinking in terms of time of day. … Starting with an Anytime homescreen. … And that includes the persistent … quick app bar at the bottom. … On this homescreen, I have my phone, … text messages, my note-taking app, … Evernote, and my calendar. … I also have shortcuts to call my wife and my son, … shopping on Amazon, calculator, Maps, and photos. …
This course was created by Dave Crenshaw and Invaluable Inc. We are pleased to offer this training in our library.