Join Christopher Breen for an in-depth discussion in this video Using alarms in different time zones, part of iPad for Business.
…Creating an event and alarm on your iPad is pretty straightforward.…You can do it the old fashioned way which is to tap on Calendar and tap on Plus.…Then you configure your event and then tap Done.…Or you can do it via Siri by holding down the Home…button until Siri appears and then you tell her what you want.…Siri schedule lunch for Christian Fletcher at 2:00 pm on Thursday.…>> Okay, I set up your event with Christian Fletcher for Thursday.…Shall I schedule it?…>> Yes, please.…
>> Your event with Christian Fletcher is scheduled for 2:00 pm Thursday.…As I explained in another movie, if the event is connected to iCloud, Google,…Exchange, or Yahoo, it can be synced with other devices that use your account.…But event times and dates can get…confusing when you travel from place to place.…For example, suppose I created an event for…a meeting here in California for 10:00 a.m.,…on Tuesday.…The problem is is that I'm going to be in New York on Tuesday.…If I call into the meeting at 10:00 a.m.,…New York time, I will be three hours early.…
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- Typing and dictating on the iPad
- Setting up an Exchange account
- Organizing and syncing contacts, events, and email
- Using iCloud, Google Drive, and Dropbox
- Giving presentations with the iPad
- Backing up your data
- Locating and wiping a lost iPad
Skill Level Beginner
1. Typing and Dictating
2. Configuring the Business iPad
3. Organizing Your Information
4. Managing Documents and Data
5. Working with Documents
6. Attending Meetings
7. Giving Presentations
8. Securing Your iPad
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