Join Nick Brazzi for an in-depth discussion in this video Linking a Mac computer to iCloud, part of iCloud Essential Training.
- To use iCloud on a Mac computer,…you'll need to log in to link your Mac…to your iCloud account.…This is something that you should do only on a computer…that belongs to you.…After you do this, you'll be able to use all…of the iCloud services that we'll be talking about…in the rest of this course.…So all you need to do is go into System Preferences.…I'll go into the Main System Menu,…the little Apple logo here,…and I'll go to System Preferences.…And were looking for the iCloud Panel…here in System Preferences.…
I'll go ahead and click on this.…This is a place were going to come too often in this course.…So I'm going to log in with the Apple ID…user name and password that I've already set up.…And I'll press Sign In.…Now we saw this process a little bit in the movie…on setting up an iCloud account,…and if you remember in that movie,…I bailed out of this process.…But in this movie, were going to go ahead and follow through…on this process.…This is what you want to do when you log your computer…into iCloud.…
So there's two main categories here.…
- What is iCloud?
- Creating an iCloud account
- Linking to iCloud on Mac, Windows, and iOS devices
- Managing storage space
- Synchronizing data
- Locating lost iPhone, iPads, and computers
- Working with iCloud Drive
- Setting up Family Sharing
- Transitioning work from your computer to your iPad or iPhone with Handoff
Skill Level Beginner
1. Setting Up iCloud
2. Using iCloud Services
3. Working with iCloud Drive
4. Using the Photo Library
Sharing photos from iPhoto7m 12s
5. Working with Family Sharing
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