Software

May 6, 2017 Scrivener

May 6, 2017 10 am to noon

Note that this month's meeting is the 1st Saturday

Yavapai College, Building 4 Room 102

Contacts, Art Gorksi

Contacts is the included address book program for MacOS and iOS devices. Use the Contacts app to keep all your contacts in one place, and keep their information—including phone numbers, addresses, birthdays, and more—handy. When synced using your AppleID and iCloud, your contacts are kept up-to-date on all your Apple devices and are accessible at iCloud.com. Art will demonstrate how to use Contacts, organize your contacts into groups, and how Contacts is integrated into Apple Mail and other Apple apps. Link to meeting notes.

PMUG meets the 2nd Saturday morning at 10 AM in Building 4, Room 102 at the Prescott campus of Yavapai College. Exceptions will be when the college is closed. Map. Meeting agenda consists of one or two presentations followed by a membership meeting (guests are welcome to attend). (Link to Meeting Minutes)

Note: Scrivener presentation has been rescheduled to July

April 8, 2017 Siri and Spotlight

April 8, 2017 10 am to noon

Yavapai College, Building 4 Room 102

Short Segment, iOS 10.3

With the recent Apple hardware announcements and the release of iOS 10.3, Art Gorski will discuss these topics for a few minutes at the beginning of the meeting. What should you do BEFORE installing the update? Art will help us do this update right. Backup Instructions.

Siri and Spotlight, Art Gorski

“Hey Siri, what’s the best sushi place in town?”

This month we're going to learn how you can use  Siri and Spotlight to get things done.

Siri works hands-free, so you can ask it to show you the best route home and what your ETA is while driving. It works with HomeKit to let your voice be the remote control for connected products in your home. And it’s tuned in to the world, working with Wikipedia, Yelp, Rotten Tomatoes, Shazam, and other online services to get you even more answers. The more you use Siri, the more you’ll realize how great it is. And just how much it can do for you.

You can use Spotlight to search for things like apps, documents, images and other files. In OS X Yosemite, Spotlight suggestions offer additional results like Wikipedia, news sites, Maps, iTunes, movie listings, and more. 

Join us Saturday, April 8 to learn more about these two wonders. Meeting Notes.

PMUG meets the 2nd Saturday morning at 10 AM in Building 4, Room 102 at the Prescott campus of Yavapai College. Exceptions will be when the college is closed. Map. Meeting agenda consists of one or two presentations followed by a membership meeting (guests are welcome to attend). (Link to Meeting Minutes)

ISP Privacy, Ward Stanke Presentation