Bah! Very annoying.
All is not lost! Help is still available.
You have TWO options:
1. Disable Inbox “smart” sorting.
Click on the “Gear” at the top-right of your gmail window, select “Configure inbox”. Uncheck all checkmarks and click “OK”. All mail will be listed together.
2. Teach “smart” sorting which messages should go into “Primary”. (follow these steps…)
Move message context
1. Click on the pesky (but useful!) “Promotions” tab.
2. Find the message you were missing from Help Desk.
3. Click and drag the message over to the “Primary” tab.
(one more step!)
Verify change for future messages
When you see this little pop up, click “Yes” to have future messages from Help Desk go automatically to “Primary”.
Both the message you just received (1) AND future replies (2) from Help Desk (or any member of our team replying though Help Desk) will show up properly in the “Primary” inbox.
Two-factor authentication is an extra layer of security for your Apple ID designed to ensure that you’re the only person who can access your account password. The following article is a brief overview of how it works.
Courtesy of Apple Support
This will walk you through the process to connect with an iOS device to the WiFi network on campus using your Google Apps account .
Tap settings from the home screen of your iPad.
Navigate to Wi-Fi menu
(1) Tap Wi-Fi on the left side to bring up the list of available networks on the right side
(2) Tap “DHS Campus Wireless”
Login using Google Apps account
After selecting the “DHS Campus Wireless” network you will see a pop-up window asking for a username and passwword.
Enter your Google Apps username and password, which is the same login for GMail.
Accept the Certificate
Tap Accept when you see the certificate pop-up.
If you see (1) the WiFi symbol on the top left corner and (2) “DHS Campus Wireless” listed on the top of the network list then you have connected to the network! Success!
The following article will guide you through the backup process via iCloud or iTunes.
Courtesy of Apple Support
MacKeeper is a program which often appears as part of “scareware” ads. These ads are designed to trick individuals into downloading potentially malicious software. Scareware ads typically generate pop-up windows that resemble computer system-generated messages indicating the computer is infected with counterfeit antivirus and antispyware software or a first aid utility software. We would highly recommend you remove MacKeeper from your machine.
One of the best anti-malware software tools available that Dana Hall recommends is Malware Bytes. Download a free Mac OSX version from here.
Courtesy of Malwarebytes
Tomorrow Schoology will be releasing many new and welcome updates to the gradebook. Some of the new features include:
- New options for grade column sorting
- A new and improved design for the gradebook panel
- More visible incomplete and exemption labels
- Completely new view menu
- Shortcut to view individual student submissions
Read Schoology’s blogpost for more information and screenshots that show examples of some of the changes.
Schoology was also kind enough to prepare a detailed step-by-step guide explaining how to work with many of these new features. There’s also more screenshots that provide a good idea of what the new gradebook will look like.
When you wish to migrate your data away from Dana Hall’s Google services you can utilize a service called “Google Takeout”. Takeout delivers your data in a format that you will be able to use either in a personal Google account, or many other services that provide import options for these common formats.
This guide will describe the process used to enroll your account in the Dana Hall Password Center. After enrolling, you can change your DanaConnect password at any time, or have the account password reset.
This guide will walk you through the recommended steps for setting up your Google account on an iPad or iPhone.