In the News

46: Calling SOS, Writing GoodNotes, and Two Decimal Points

April 08, 2022 Brett Burney, Jeff Richardson
In the News
46: Calling SOS, Writing GoodNotes, and Two Decimal Points
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Watch the video!
https://youtu.be/iYtCbAHrlnM

In the News blog post for April 8, 2022:
https://www.iphonejd.com/iphone_jd/2022/04/in-the-news622.html

  1. Don’t Step into a Crevice!
  2. Dub-Dub Coming This Summer
  3. The Magical Copy & Paste Trick Explained
  4. Two Decimal Font Sizes
  5. Airing Out the Differences on iPads
  6. Good on GoodNotes!
  7. Apple TV Talking Points
  8. SOS In Your Pocket (or on your Wrist)
  9. Brett’s iTip: “Create PDF” in iOS Files App
  10. Jeff’s iTip: Use the Files App to Change the Name of a Photo


Dan Moren: Demystifying that viral iOS copy-and-paste video

Jeff: Why lawyers will love the new iPad Air (5th generation)

David Sparks: iPad Air vs. iPad Pro

Jeff’s Review from 2012: GoodNotes -- take handwritten notes on the iPad

GoodNotes: New! Your first 3 notebooks in GoodNotes are now free

Apps in Law Podcast with Jeff on how he uses GoodNotes: The Future of Digital Note-Taking with Jeff Richardson and GoodNotes

Tim Blakey’s Instagram account of how he was saved the iPhone SOS feature

Use Emergency SOS on your iPhone
Use Emergency SOS on your Apple Watch

Brett’s iTip: You can use the “Create PDF” command in the iOS Files App to merge multiple pictures or PDFs into a single PDF file. The files must be in the same folder, and you rename the files to make sure they’re in the order you prefer. Then select the files you want to merge, tap “More” in the bottom right corner and then “Create PDF.” For more information on managing files on the iPad check out my online course at www.ipracticeonanipad.com.

Jeff’s iTip: In the Photos app on the iPhone/iPad, you can add a caption to a photo, but you cannot change the filename.  Thus, when you send the photo to someone else, the filename will be something like IMG_5340.jpg.  But if you export the picture from the Photos app to the Files app, then you can change the filename to something more descriptive, which often makes it more useful for the person receiving your picture.

Brett Burney from http://www.appsinlaw.com 
Jeff Richardson from http://www.iphonejd.com 

Support the show
Don't Step into a Crevice!
Dub-Dub Coming This Summer
The Magical Copy & Paste Trick Explained
Two Decimal Font Sizes
Airing Out the Differences on iPads
Good on GoodNotes!
Apple TV Talking Points
SOS In Your Pocket (or on your Wrist)
Brett’s iTip: “Create PDF” in iOS Files App
Jeff’s iTip: Use the Files App to Change the Name of a Photo