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10 helpful iPhone tips to use at work

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Building back better (as US President Joe Biden might put it), exploring the new normal, and rolling out the digital transformation of all we do at work takes time. These iPhone tips may help you save a little time along the way so you can focus on those larger issues.

Send your location

Messages has a useful trick. If someone drops you a text asking where you are, just do this:

Start typing “I’m at” and look at what pops up in the Siri Suggestions bar underneath the text input section: Current Location. Tap this to send your contact your location pinned to a map. This is very useful when you’re trying to meet.

Share your business contacts

You can share the details of any contact record from inside the Contacts app, so why not create a shareable business card? Open Contacts, tap the Plus sign and create a new contact record for you and your business. When you want to share it, just open Contacts, access the record, tap Share Contact and choose how you want to share the card.

Why not change your signature?

Do as I don’t and change the signature file. (The phrase automatically added to every email you send) from the default “Sent from my iPhone” to something useful, such as your business name and contact details.

  • Open Settings>Mail>Signature.
  • Choose whether you want to use the same signature for All Accounts or Per Account for emails sent from your device.
  • You then create a relevant signature.

Use the time for Do Not Disturb

There’s a timer function hidden inside the Do Not Disturb item inside Control Center. To get to it, launch Control Center in the usual way and then press and hold the Do Not Disturb (crescent moon) icon. An interactive menu that lets you set Do Not Disturb to work for an hour, until the next time segment (morning, afternoon, evening), until you leave the location you are in or until the end of a current event listed in your Calendar, such as the meeting you don’t want to be disturbed in.

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