This guide will walk you through the process of configuring your Google account to allow Notability to keep a backup of all your notes on Google Drive.
Locate the Notability settings
Tap log in next to Google Drive
Enter your @danahall.org e-mail and password
Notability has to ask for permission to access information on your Google Account. This is an important step to make sure that you can properly back up all of your Notatbility notes. After you tap Accept you will be returned the the Manage Accounts page in the Notability settings.
Configure Google Drive Settings
(1) Select Auto-Backup (2) Tap on the gear icon next to Google Drive
Configure Google Drive Settings (cont.)
With Google Drive backup you can configure a few different settings, but most people typically use the default settings. (1) The default Destination Folder is /Notability/. Notability will create a folder called Notability in your Google Drive, but you may change this to any folder you’d like. (2) Notability will backup in a variety of files formats, but PDF is the recommended if you want to be able to view the notes in other Apps. (3) You can choose to backup all of your subjects or pick specific ones only.
We have configured a new trusted certificate for the school’s secure wifi network, DHS Campus Wireless. Beginning Tuesday, April 30th at 10am, all devices connected to this secure network will automatically attempt to trust the new certificate. You will be prompted to “trust” the updated certificate.
After the network is trusted by your device, the connection will automatically be restored.
If you are having trouble with connecting to the School’s DHS Guest WiFi network, following the steps below. These will guide you through the process of removing the saved network from your device. After your device no longer has that saved wifi network, you may connect again using the updated DHS Guest WiFi passcode.
If you need the DHS Guest Wifi passcode, please login to your DanaConnect account. On the Resources page, you’ll find an icon with the current academic year’s guest wifi passcode. This passcode is changed annually.
Tap Settings > Wifi > Select the info symbol > Tap “Forget This Network”
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.