iPad 101: Get App'd For Real Estate

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  • How many of you have purchased an iPad? \n\n How many of you are thinking of purchasing one?\n\nNot sure how it will help your business?\n\nToday we'll discuss how the iPad can change the way you do business & improve your productivity.\n \nMy name is Sheri Barker and I'm the Designated Broker for LineuM Property Services, a full-service brokerage & property management company here in Tucson. I've been using Mac computers for 6 years & have been exclusively Mac for Real Estate since 2008. \n\nHow many of you use Macs? How many of you have an iPhone?\n\n\n
  • iPad Basics: The basic operations of the iPad\n\nStandard Apps: Some of the apps that come pre-loaded when you purchase your iPad\n\nMust-Have Apps for Real Estate: are the key essential apps you should be familiar with as a real estate professional. All of these apps for real esate are free (DocuSign requires a DocuSign account, but there’s no additional cost for the iPad app).\n\nBy the end of this presentation, you will realize the full potential of the iPad and what it can do for your business.\n\nFor those of you that have an iPad with you & can access the internet from this room, feel free to download any of these during the presentation through the App Store app.\n
  • iPad Basics: The basic operations of the iPad\n\nStandard Apps: Some of the apps that come pre-loaded when you purchase your iPad\n\nMust-Have Apps for Real Estate: are the key essential apps you should be familiar with as a real estate professional. All of these apps for real esate are free (DocuSign requires a DocuSign account, but there’s no additional cost for the iPad app).\n\nBy the end of this presentation, you will realize the full potential of the iPad and what it can do for your business.\n\nFor those of you that have an iPad with you & can access the internet from this room, feel free to download any of these during the presentation through the App Store app.\n
  • iPad Basics: The basic operations of the iPad\n\nStandard Apps: Some of the apps that come pre-loaded when you purchase your iPad\n\nMust-Have Apps for Real Estate: are the key essential apps you should be familiar with as a real estate professional. All of these apps for real esate are free (DocuSign requires a DocuSign account, but there’s no additional cost for the iPad app).\n\nBy the end of this presentation, you will realize the full potential of the iPad and what it can do for your business.\n\nFor those of you that have an iPad with you & can access the internet from this room, feel free to download any of these during the presentation through the App Store app.\n
  • iPad Basics: The basic operations of the iPad\n\nStandard Apps: Some of the apps that come pre-loaded when you purchase your iPad\n\nMust-Have Apps for Real Estate: are the key essential apps you should be familiar with as a real estate professional. All of these apps for real esate are free (DocuSign requires a DocuSign account, but there’s no additional cost for the iPad app).\n\nBy the end of this presentation, you will realize the full potential of the iPad and what it can do for your business.\n\nFor those of you that have an iPad with you & can access the internet from this room, feel free to download any of these during the presentation through the App Store app.\n
  • iPad Basics: The basic operations of the iPad\n\nStandard Apps: Some of the apps that come pre-loaded when you purchase your iPad\n\nMust-Have Apps for Real Estate: are the key essential apps you should be familiar with as a real estate professional. All of these apps for real esate are free (DocuSign requires a DocuSign account, but there’s no additional cost for the iPad app).\n\nBy the end of this presentation, you will realize the full potential of the iPad and what it can do for your business.\n\nFor those of you that have an iPad with you & can access the internet from this room, feel free to download any of these during the presentation through the App Store app.\n
  • iPad Basics: The basic operations of the iPad\n\nStandard Apps: Some of the apps that come pre-loaded when you purchase your iPad\n\nMust-Have Apps for Real Estate: are the key essential apps you should be familiar with as a real estate professional. All of these apps for real esate are free (DocuSign requires a DocuSign account, but there’s no additional cost for the iPad app).\n\nBy the end of this presentation, you will realize the full potential of the iPad and what it can do for your business.\n\nFor those of you that have an iPad with you & can access the internet from this room, feel free to download any of these during the presentation through the App Store app.\n
  • 1ST: Important Notes:\n\nWhat iPad is NOT - a regular Computer. There is no usb port & \nDoes not have folders full of files. Files are stored within each application. \nAvailable in 16G, 32G, & 64G - not for storage of ALL your files, but with a couple of accessories can replace your laptop in most cases.\n\nYou can use iDisk, Dropbox or other cloud storage to access your files. Certainly more than enough to allow you to leave your laptop at home during the day or on trips.\n\nMade for multi-tasking, so remember the app does not “close” completely when you go back to the home screen, so remember close down unneeded apps periodically. (Show them how)\n\nTip: A lot of iPad guides were written before the latest update & will tell you the switch next to the volume control is the screen lock. It is no longer the screen lock. It’s the mute switch, which comes in handy if you start to play a video or music in public and you forget the volume is too high!\n\nFor more intense work, you can pair a bluetooth wireless keyboard.\n\nOther accessories: VGA adapter that I’m using right now; Component AV cable allows you to hook up to a tv. Only certain applications will show on another screen.\n
  • 1ST: Important Notes:\n\nWhat iPad is NOT - a regular Computer. There is no usb port & \nDoes not have folders full of files. Files are stored within each application. \nAvailable in 16G, 32G, & 64G - not for storage of ALL your files, but with a couple of accessories can replace your laptop in most cases.\n\nYou can use iDisk, Dropbox or other cloud storage to access your files. Certainly more than enough to allow you to leave your laptop at home during the day or on trips.\n\nMade for multi-tasking, so remember the app does not “close” completely when you go back to the home screen, so remember close down unneeded apps periodically. (Show them how)\n\nTip: A lot of iPad guides were written before the latest update & will tell you the switch next to the volume control is the screen lock. It is no longer the screen lock. It’s the mute switch, which comes in handy if you start to play a video or music in public and you forget the volume is too high!\n\nFor more intense work, you can pair a bluetooth wireless keyboard.\n\nOther accessories: VGA adapter that I’m using right now; Component AV cable allows you to hook up to a tv. Only certain applications will show on another screen.\n
  • 1ST: Important Notes:\n\nWhat iPad is NOT - a regular Computer. There is no usb port & \nDoes not have folders full of files. Files are stored within each application. \nAvailable in 16G, 32G, & 64G - not for storage of ALL your files, but with a couple of accessories can replace your laptop in most cases.\n\nYou can use iDisk, Dropbox or other cloud storage to access your files. Certainly more than enough to allow you to leave your laptop at home during the day or on trips.\n\nMade for multi-tasking, so remember the app does not “close” completely when you go back to the home screen, so remember close down unneeded apps periodically. (Show them how)\n\nTip: A lot of iPad guides were written before the latest update & will tell you the switch next to the volume control is the screen lock. It is no longer the screen lock. It’s the mute switch, which comes in handy if you start to play a video or music in public and you forget the volume is too high!\n\nFor more intense work, you can pair a bluetooth wireless keyboard.\n\nOther accessories: VGA adapter that I’m using right now; Component AV cable allows you to hook up to a tv. Only certain applications will show on another screen.\n
  • 1ST: Important Notes:\n\nWhat iPad is NOT - a regular Computer. There is no usb port & \nDoes not have folders full of files. Files are stored within each application. \nAvailable in 16G, 32G, & 64G - not for storage of ALL your files, but with a couple of accessories can replace your laptop in most cases.\n\nYou can use iDisk, Dropbox or other cloud storage to access your files. Certainly more than enough to allow you to leave your laptop at home during the day or on trips.\n\nMade for multi-tasking, so remember the app does not “close” completely when you go back to the home screen, so remember close down unneeded apps periodically. (Show them how)\n\nTip: A lot of iPad guides were written before the latest update & will tell you the switch next to the volume control is the screen lock. It is no longer the screen lock. It’s the mute switch, which comes in handy if you start to play a video or music in public and you forget the volume is too high!\n\nFor more intense work, you can pair a bluetooth wireless keyboard.\n\nOther accessories: VGA adapter that I’m using right now; Component AV cable allows you to hook up to a tv. Only certain applications will show on another screen.\n
  • 1ST: Important Notes:\n\nWhat iPad is NOT - a regular Computer. There is no usb port & \nDoes not have folders full of files. Files are stored within each application. \nAvailable in 16G, 32G, & 64G - not for storage of ALL your files, but with a couple of accessories can replace your laptop in most cases.\n\nYou can use iDisk, Dropbox or other cloud storage to access your files. Certainly more than enough to allow you to leave your laptop at home during the day or on trips.\n\nMade for multi-tasking, so remember the app does not “close” completely when you go back to the home screen, so remember close down unneeded apps periodically. (Show them how)\n\nTip: A lot of iPad guides were written before the latest update & will tell you the switch next to the volume control is the screen lock. It is no longer the screen lock. It’s the mute switch, which comes in handy if you start to play a video or music in public and you forget the volume is too high!\n\nFor more intense work, you can pair a bluetooth wireless keyboard.\n\nOther accessories: VGA adapter that I’m using right now; Component AV cable allows you to hook up to a tv. Only certain applications will show on another screen.\n
  • 1ST: Important Notes:\n\nWhat iPad is NOT - a regular Computer. There is no usb port & \nDoes not have folders full of files. Files are stored within each application. \nAvailable in 16G, 32G, & 64G - not for storage of ALL your files, but with a couple of accessories can replace your laptop in most cases.\n\nYou can use iDisk, Dropbox or other cloud storage to access your files. Certainly more than enough to allow you to leave your laptop at home during the day or on trips.\n\nMade for multi-tasking, so remember the app does not “close” completely when you go back to the home screen, so remember close down unneeded apps periodically. (Show them how)\n\nTip: A lot of iPad guides were written before the latest update & will tell you the switch next to the volume control is the screen lock. It is no longer the screen lock. It’s the mute switch, which comes in handy if you start to play a video or music in public and you forget the volume is too high!\n\nFor more intense work, you can pair a bluetooth wireless keyboard.\n\nOther accessories: VGA adapter that I’m using right now; Component AV cable allows you to hook up to a tv. Only certain applications will show on another screen.\n
  • The Mail app is very easy to set up & to use. \n
  • The Mail app is very easy to set up & to use. \n
  • The Mail app is very easy to set up & to use. \n
  • The Mail app is very easy to set up & to use. \n
  • The Mail app is very easy to set up & to use. \n
  • The Mail app is very easy to set up & to use. \n
  • The Mail app is very easy to set up & to use. \n
  • One note about Safari: It does not have “tabbed browsing” meaning that you have to open a new window if you want to save the page you’re on but also have another site open. If you want a web browser that has tabbed browsing, download Atomic Web Browser. This web browser will feel a lot more like what your used to using.\n
  • One note about Safari: It does not have “tabbed browsing” meaning that you have to open a new window if you want to save the page you’re on but also have another site open. If you want a web browser that has tabbed browsing, download Atomic Web Browser. This web browser will feel a lot more like what your used to using.\n
  • One note about Safari: It does not have “tabbed browsing” meaning that you have to open a new window if you want to save the page you’re on but also have another site open. If you want a web browser that has tabbed browsing, download Atomic Web Browser. This web browser will feel a lot more like what your used to using.\n
  • One note about Safari: It does not have “tabbed browsing” meaning that you have to open a new window if you want to save the page you’re on but also have another site open. If you want a web browser that has tabbed browsing, download Atomic Web Browser. This web browser will feel a lot more like what your used to using.\n
  • One note about Safari: It does not have “tabbed browsing” meaning that you have to open a new window if you want to save the page you’re on but also have another site open. If you want a web browser that has tabbed browsing, download Atomic Web Browser. This web browser will feel a lot more like what your used to using.\n
  • One note about Safari: It does not have “tabbed browsing” meaning that you have to open a new window if you want to save the page you’re on but also have another site open. If you want a web browser that has tabbed browsing, download Atomic Web Browser. This web browser will feel a lot more like what your used to using.\n
  • It has a nice book-like feel to it. Kind of like a Day Planner.\n\n\n
  • It has a nice book-like feel to it. Kind of like a Day Planner.\n\n\n
  • It has a nice book-like feel to it. Kind of like a Day Planner.\n\n\n
  • It has a nice book-like feel to it. Kind of like a Day Planner.\n\n\n
  • It has a nice book-like feel to it. Kind of like a Day Planner.\n\n\n
  • List view gives you your whole day & a summary of the upcoming events for the week.\n
  • List view gives you your whole day & a summary of the upcoming events for the week.\n
  • List view gives you your whole day & a summary of the upcoming events for the week.\n
  • List view gives you your whole day & a summary of the upcoming events for the week.\n
  • Search by...\n\nTo open the different views, you just flip up the curled page corner on the lower right side of the main screen and select which view you want.\n\nOnce a location is pinned, you can share your location via email, add it to your Contacts or add it to your bookmarks.\n\nYou can also view street view by clicking on the orange icon on the left of the marker.\n
  • Search by...\n\nTo open the different views, you just flip up the curled page corner on the lower right side of the main screen and select which view you want.\n\nOnce a location is pinned, you can share your location via email, add it to your Contacts or add it to your bookmarks.\n\nYou can also view street view by clicking on the orange icon on the left of the marker.\n
  • Search by...\n\nTo open the different views, you just flip up the curled page corner on the lower right side of the main screen and select which view you want.\n\nOnce a location is pinned, you can share your location via email, add it to your Contacts or add it to your bookmarks.\n\nYou can also view street view by clicking on the orange icon on the left of the marker.\n
  • Search by...\n\nTo open the different views, you just flip up the curled page corner on the lower right side of the main screen and select which view you want.\n\nOnce a location is pinned, you can share your location via email, add it to your Contacts or add it to your bookmarks.\n\nYou can also view street view by clicking on the orange icon on the left of the marker.\n
  • Search by...\n\nTo open the different views, you just flip up the curled page corner on the lower right side of the main screen and select which view you want.\n\nOnce a location is pinned, you can share your location via email, add it to your Contacts or add it to your bookmarks.\n\nYou can also view street view by clicking on the orange icon on the left of the marker.\n
  • Explain Genius playlists:\n\nApple’s iTunes Genius suggests albums & songs based upon your current collection or playlist.\n
  • Explain Genius playlists:\n\nApple’s iTunes Genius suggests albums & songs based upon your current collection or playlist.\n
  • Explain Genius playlists:\n\nApple’s iTunes Genius suggests albums & songs based upon your current collection or playlist.\n
  • Explain Genius playlists:\n\nApple’s iTunes Genius suggests albums & songs based upon your current collection or playlist.\n
  • Explain Genius playlists:\n\nApple’s iTunes Genius suggests albums & songs based upon your current collection or playlist.\n
  • There are also other e reader applications available such as: Amazon’s Kindle for iPad & Barnes & Noble’s Nook for iPad but iBooks is my favorite.\n
  • There are also other e reader applications available such as: Amazon’s Kindle for iPad & Barnes & Noble’s Nook for iPad but iBooks is my favorite.\n
  • There are also other e reader applications available such as: Amazon’s Kindle for iPad & Barnes & Noble’s Nook for iPad but iBooks is my favorite.\n
  • There are also other e reader applications available such as: Amazon’s Kindle for iPad & Barnes & Noble’s Nook for iPad but iBooks is my favorite.\n
  • For those that don’t know, this Apple’s answer to PowerPoint, but it’s much more fun to work with!\n\nExport to iTunes as Keynote, PDF or PowerPoint file.\n\n\nMention iWork.com: \nwhat it is & how it works; key features:\nupload documents to a cloud to share, person who downloads can choose which file type to download\n\nNew features: Play a Keynote presentation on the web. \nCreate a link to your file and share via email or social networks. (Great marketing tool!)\n
  • For those that don’t know, this Apple’s answer to PowerPoint, but it’s much more fun to work with!\n\nExport to iTunes as Keynote, PDF or PowerPoint file.\n\n\nMention iWork.com: \nwhat it is & how it works; key features:\nupload documents to a cloud to share, person who downloads can choose which file type to download\n\nNew features: Play a Keynote presentation on the web. \nCreate a link to your file and share via email or social networks. (Great marketing tool!)\n
  • For those that don’t know, this Apple’s answer to PowerPoint, but it’s much more fun to work with!\n\nExport to iTunes as Keynote, PDF or PowerPoint file.\n\n\nMention iWork.com: \nwhat it is & how it works; key features:\nupload documents to a cloud to share, person who downloads can choose which file type to download\n\nNew features: Play a Keynote presentation on the web. \nCreate a link to your file and share via email or social networks. (Great marketing tool!)\n
  • For those that don’t know, this Apple’s answer to PowerPoint, but it’s much more fun to work with!\n\nExport to iTunes as Keynote, PDF or PowerPoint file.\n\n\nMention iWork.com: \nwhat it is & how it works; key features:\nupload documents to a cloud to share, person who downloads can choose which file type to download\n\nNew features: Play a Keynote presentation on the web. \nCreate a link to your file and share via email or social networks. (Great marketing tool!)\n
  • For those that don’t know, this Apple’s answer to PowerPoint, but it’s much more fun to work with!\n\nExport to iTunes as Keynote, PDF or PowerPoint file.\n\n\nMention iWork.com: \nwhat it is & how it works; key features:\nupload documents to a cloud to share, person who downloads can choose which file type to download\n\nNew features: Play a Keynote presentation on the web. \nCreate a link to your file and share via email or social networks. (Great marketing tool!)\n
  • Once again, you can share your work through iWork.com \n
  • Once again, you can share your work through iWork.com \n
  • Once again, you can share your work through iWork.com \n
  • Once again, you can share your work through iWork.com \n
  • \n\nOnce again, you can share your work through iWork.com \n
  • \n\nOnce again, you can share your work through iWork.com \n
  • \n\nOnce again, you can share your work through iWork.com \n
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  • How many of you are currently using DocuSign?\n\nThey’ve just added some great new features and the iPad app is beautiful...\n\nand now there is a brand new Zipforms app for iPad. I believe Zipforms is charging an annual fee for their app & I have not had a chance to check that one out yet, but the two of these apps together will make contact writing and signing a breeze!\n
  • How many of you are currently using DocuSign?\n\nThey’ve just added some great new features and the iPad app is beautiful...\n\nand now there is a brand new Zipforms app for iPad. I believe Zipforms is charging an annual fee for their app & I have not had a chance to check that one out yet, but the two of these apps together will make contact writing and signing a breeze!\n
  • How many of you are currently using DocuSign?\n\nThey’ve just added some great new features and the iPad app is beautiful...\n\nand now there is a brand new Zipforms app for iPad. I believe Zipforms is charging an annual fee for their app & I have not had a chance to check that one out yet, but the two of these apps together will make contact writing and signing a breeze!\n
  • How many of you are currently using DocuSign?\n\nThey’ve just added some great new features and the iPad app is beautiful...\n\nand now there is a brand new Zipforms app for iPad. I believe Zipforms is charging an annual fee for their app & I have not had a chance to check that one out yet, but the two of these apps together will make contact writing and signing a breeze!\n
  • How many of you are currently using DocuSign?\n\nThey’ve just added some great new features and the iPad app is beautiful...\n\nand now there is a brand new Zipforms app for iPad. I believe Zipforms is charging an annual fee for their app & I have not had a chance to check that one out yet, but the two of these apps together will make contact writing and signing a breeze!\n
  • You can access the MLS on your iPad through Safari, but it’s important to know how your clients & potential clients search for homes on their own. It’s also a good idea to check your own listings to see how they show up in the iPad apps.\n
  • You can access the MLS on your iPad through Safari, but it’s important to know how your clients & potential clients search for homes on their own. It’s also a good idea to check your own listings to see how they show up in the iPad apps.\n
  • You can access the MLS on your iPad through Safari, but it’s important to know how your clients & potential clients search for homes on their own. It’s also a good idea to check your own listings to see how they show up in the iPad apps.\n
  • You can access the MLS on your iPad through Safari, but it’s important to know how your clients & potential clients search for homes on their own. It’s also a good idea to check your own listings to see how they show up in the iPad apps.\n
  • You can access the MLS on your iPad through Safari, but it’s important to know how your clients & potential clients search for homes on their own. It’s also a good idea to check your own listings to see how they show up in the iPad apps.\n
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  • Taking Screen Shots: You can take a screen shot by holding down the Home button at the same time as you press the Sleep/Wake button. The photo is automatically saved to Photos and can be uploaded to your desktop computer when you sync or emailed from your iPad.\n\nEnabling Restrictions: When you enable restrictions in the settings, you are in control of what apps can be accessed & what type of content is available in certain applications. For example: if you have children that will undoubtedly be using your iPad whenever they can- you can restrict iTunes songs with explicit lyrics, prevent them from purchasing new songs, etc and in movie applications, you can ensure that only G or PG-13 rated movies can be accessed. These are just a couple of examples. \n\nSoft Reset: Hold the Home Button & the Power button down until the “Slide to Power Off” appears.\nForce Quit an app by holding down the home button\n\n\nHidden Keyboard Functions: Go to Settings to enable Auto Capitalization, Auto-Correction; Check Spelling; Enable Caps Lock\n& “.” Shortcut. (double tap on space bar for period.\n\ncreate apostrophe y flicking up on the exclamation point/comma key\nCAPS Lock: double tap on shift key\nPress & hold on any vowel for more options for foreign languages\nPress & hold the dollar sign for more currency options\nPress & Hold the .com for more options\nPress & hold the question mark for the upside down question mark\nPress & Hold zero for degree symbol\n\n\n\n
  • Taking Screen Shots: You can take a screen shot by holding down the Home button at the same time as you press the Sleep/Wake button. The photo is automatically saved to Photos and can be uploaded to your desktop computer when you sync or emailed from your iPad.\n\nEnabling Restrictions: When you enable restrictions in the settings, you are in control of what apps can be accessed & what type of content is available in certain applications. For example: if you have children that will undoubtedly be using your iPad whenever they can- you can restrict iTunes songs with explicit lyrics, prevent them from purchasing new songs, etc and in movie applications, you can ensure that only G or PG-13 rated movies can be accessed. These are just a couple of examples. \n\nSoft Reset: Hold the Home Button & the Power button down until the “Slide to Power Off” appears.\nForce Quit an app by holding down the home button\n\n\nHidden Keyboard Functions: Go to Settings to enable Auto Capitalization, Auto-Correction; Check Spelling; Enable Caps Lock\n& “.” Shortcut. (double tap on space bar for period.\n\ncreate apostrophe y flicking up on the exclamation point/comma key\nCAPS Lock: double tap on shift key\nPress & hold on any vowel for more options for foreign languages\nPress & hold the dollar sign for more currency options\nPress & Hold the .com for more options\nPress & hold the question mark for the upside down question mark\nPress & Hold zero for degree symbol\n\n\n\n
  • Taking Screen Shots: You can take a screen shot by holding down the Home button at the same time as you press the Sleep/Wake button. The photo is automatically saved to Photos and can be uploaded to your desktop computer when you sync or emailed from your iPad.\n\nEnabling Restrictions: When you enable restrictions in the settings, you are in control of what apps can be accessed & what type of content is available in certain applications. For example: if you have children that will undoubtedly be using your iPad whenever they can- you can restrict iTunes songs with explicit lyrics, prevent them from purchasing new songs, etc and in movie applications, you can ensure that only G or PG-13 rated movies can be accessed. These are just a couple of examples. \n\nSoft Reset: Hold the Home Button & the Power button down until the “Slide to Power Off” appears.\nForce Quit an app by holding down the home button\n\n\nHidden Keyboard Functions: Go to Settings to enable Auto Capitalization, Auto-Correction; Check Spelling; Enable Caps Lock\n& “.” Shortcut. (double tap on space bar for period.\n\ncreate apostrophe y flicking up on the exclamation point/comma key\nCAPS Lock: double tap on shift key\nPress & hold on any vowel for more options for foreign languages\nPress & hold the dollar sign for more currency options\nPress & Hold the .com for more options\nPress & hold the question mark for the upside down question mark\nPress & Hold zero for degree symbol\n\n\n\n
  • Taking Screen Shots: You can take a screen shot by holding down the Home button at the same time as you press the Sleep/Wake button. The photo is automatically saved to Photos and can be uploaded to your desktop computer when you sync or emailed from your iPad.\n\nEnabling Restrictions: When you enable restrictions in the settings, you are in control of what apps can be accessed & what type of content is available in certain applications. For example: if you have children that will undoubtedly be using your iPad whenever they can- you can restrict iTunes songs with explicit lyrics, prevent them from purchasing new songs, etc and in movie applications, you can ensure that only G or PG-13 rated movies can be accessed. These are just a couple of examples. \n\nSoft Reset: Hold the Home Button & the Power button down until the “Slide to Power Off” appears.\nForce Quit an app by holding down the home button\n\n\nHidden Keyboard Functions: Go to Settings to enable Auto Capitalization, Auto-Correction; Check Spelling; Enable Caps Lock\n& “.” Shortcut. (double tap on space bar for period.\n\ncreate apostrophe y flicking up on the exclamation point/comma key\nCAPS Lock: double tap on shift key\nPress & hold on any vowel for more options for foreign languages\nPress & hold the dollar sign for more currency options\nPress & Hold the .com for more options\nPress & hold the question mark for the upside down question mark\nPress & Hold zero for degree symbol\n\n\n\n
  • Taking Screen Shots: You can take a screen shot by holding down the Home button at the same time as you press the Sleep/Wake button. The photo is automatically saved to Photos and can be uploaded to your desktop computer when you sync or emailed from your iPad.\n\nEnabling Restrictions: When you enable restrictions in the settings, you are in control of what apps can be accessed & what type of content is available in certain applications. For example: if you have children that will undoubtedly be using your iPad whenever they can- you can restrict iTunes songs with explicit lyrics, prevent them from purchasing new songs, etc and in movie applications, you can ensure that only G or PG-13 rated movies can be accessed. These are just a couple of examples. \n\nSoft Reset: Hold the Home Button & the Power button down until the “Slide to Power Off” appears.\nForce Quit an app by holding down the home button\n\n\nHidden Keyboard Functions: Go to Settings to enable Auto Capitalization, Auto-Correction; Check Spelling; Enable Caps Lock\n& “.” Shortcut. (double tap on space bar for period.\n\ncreate apostrophe y flicking up on the exclamation point/comma key\nCAPS Lock: double tap on shift key\nPress & hold on any vowel for more options for foreign languages\nPress & hold the dollar sign for more currency options\nPress & Hold the .com for more options\nPress & hold the question mark for the upside down question mark\nPress & Hold zero for degree symbol\n\n\n\n
  • Taking Screen Shots: You can take a screen shot by holding down the Home button at the same time as you press the Sleep/Wake button. The photo is automatically saved to Photos and can be uploaded to your desktop computer when you sync or emailed from your iPad.\n\nEnabling Restrictions: When you enable restrictions in the settings, you are in control of what apps can be accessed & what type of content is available in certain applications. For example: if you have children that will undoubtedly be using your iPad whenever they can- you can restrict iTunes songs with explicit lyrics, prevent them from purchasing new songs, etc and in movie applications, you can ensure that only G or PG-13 rated movies can be accessed. These are just a couple of examples. \n\nSoft Reset: Hold the Home Button & the Power button down until the “Slide to Power Off” appears.\nForce Quit an app by holding down the home button\n\n\nHidden Keyboard Functions: Go to Settings to enable Auto Capitalization, Auto-Correction; Check Spelling; Enable Caps Lock\n& “.” Shortcut. (double tap on space bar for period.\n\ncreate apostrophe y flicking up on the exclamation point/comma key\nCAPS Lock: double tap on shift key\nPress & hold on any vowel for more options for foreign languages\nPress & hold the dollar sign for more currency options\nPress & Hold the .com for more options\nPress & hold the question mark for the upside down question mark\nPress & Hold zero for degree symbol\n\n\n\n
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  • iPad 101: Get App'd For Real Estate

    1. 1. iPad 101Get App’d For Real Estate!
    2. 2. iPad 101Get App’d For Real Estate!
    3. 3. Today We’ll Be Covering:
    4. 4. Today We’ll Be Covering: iPad Basics
    5. 5. Today We’ll Be Covering: iPad Basics Standard Applications
    6. 6. Today We’ll Be Covering: iPad Basics Standard ApplicationsMust-Have Apps for Real Estate Agents
    7. 7. iPad Basics
    8. 8. iPad Basics• On-Off/Sleep, Home Button, Mute, & Volume Control
    9. 9. iPad Basics• On-Off/Sleep, Home Button, Mute, & Volume Control• Home Screen & Switching Apps
    10. 10. iPad Basics• On-Off/Sleep, Home Button, Mute, & Volume Control• Home Screen & Switching Apps• Arranging & Deleting Apps; Creating Folders
    11. 11. iPad Basics• On-Off/Sleep, Home Button, Mute, & Volume Control• Home Screen & Switching Apps• Arranging & Deleting Apps; Creating Folders• Basic Gestures: Swiping, Zoom, Touch & Hold
    12. 12. iPad Basics• On-Off/Sleep, Home Button, Mute, & Volume Control• Home Screen & Switching Apps• Arranging & Deleting Apps; Creating Folders• Basic Gestures: Swiping, Zoom, Touch & Hold• Keyboard
    13. 13. iPad Basics• On-Off/Sleep, Home Button, Mute, & Volume Control• Home Screen & Switching Apps• Arranging & Deleting Apps; Creating Folders• Basic Gestures: Swiping, Zoom, Touch & Hold• Keyboard• Search, iPod Controls, Viewing Modes & Screen Lock
    14. 14. Mail
    15. 15. Mail • Multiple Accounts
    16. 16. Mail • Multiple Accounts • Automated Set Up For Mobile Me, Google, Yahoo, AOL & Microsoft Exchange
    17. 17. Mail • Multiple Accounts • Automated Set Up For Mobile Me, Google, Yahoo, AOL & Microsoft Exchange • Search
    18. 18. Mail • Multiple Accounts • Automated Set Up For Mobile Me, Google, Yahoo, AOL & Microsoft Exchange • Search • Follow a Thread
    19. 19. Mail • Multiple Accounts • Automated Set Up For Mobile Me, Google, Yahoo, AOL & Microsoft Exchange • Search • Follow a Thread • View Attachments by Tapping
    20. 20. Mail • Multiple Accounts • Automated Set Up For Mobile Me, Google, Yahoo, AOL & Microsoft Exchange • Search • Follow a Thread • View Attachments by Tapping • IMAP & Pop Accounts
    21. 21. Safari
    22. 22. Safari• View Web Pages in Landscape or Portrait Mode
    23. 23. Safari• View Web Pages in Landscape or Portrait Mode• Scroll With Your Fingertips
    24. 24. Safari• View Web Pages in Landscape or Portrait Mode• Scroll With Your Fingertips• Tap to Play Video
    25. 25. Safari• View Web Pages in Landscape or Portrait Mode• Scroll With Your Fingertips• Tap to Play Video• SyncBookmarks From Mac or PC
    26. 26. Safari• View Web Pages in Landscape or Portrait Mode• Scroll With Your Fingertips• Tap to Play Video• SyncBookmarks From Mac or PC• Keyboard Appears Automatically When Needed
    27. 27. Contacts
    28. 28. Contacts • Enter Contacts on iPad
    29. 29. Contacts • Enter Contacts on iPad • SyncContacts with MobileMe or Microsoft Exchange Account
    30. 30. Contacts • Enter Contacts on iPad • SyncContacts with MobileMe or Microsoft Exchange Account • Sync Contacts in iTunes from Google or Yahoo
    31. 31. Contacts • Enter Contacts on iPad • SyncContacts with MobileMe or Microsoft Exchange Account • Sync Contacts in iTunes from Google or Yahoo • Tap An Address ToGet Directions- Map App Opens Automatically
    32. 32. Calendar
    33. 33. Calendar• Day, Week, Month View & also List View
    34. 34. Calendar• Day, Week, Month View & also List View• Sync with MobileMe, Google, Microsoft Exchange & Others
    35. 35. Calendar• Day, Week, Month View & also List View• Sync with MobileMe, Google, Microsoft Exchange & Others• Create separate calendars for different schedules. View them on at a time, or all at once.
    36. 36. Maps
    37. 37. Maps • Search By Address, Intersection, Area, Landmark, Bookmark, Contact or Zip Code.
    38. 38. Maps • Search By Address, Intersection, Area, Landmark, Bookmark, Contact or Zip Code. • Choose Your View: Classic, Satellite, Hybrid, or Terrain & add Traffic Overlay
    39. 39. Maps • Search By Address, Intersection, Area, Landmark, Bookmark, Contact or Zip Code. • Choose Your View: Classic, Satellite, Hybrid, or Terrain & add Traffic Overlay • Zoom In & Out With Fingertips
    40. 40. Maps • Search By Address, Intersection, Area, Landmark, Bookmark, Contact or Zip Code. • Choose Your View: Classic, Satellite, Hybrid, or Terrain & add Traffic Overlay • Zoom In & Out With Fingertips • Step-By-Step Directions For Walking, Public Transit or
    41. 41. iPod
    42. 42. iPod• AddMusic, Podcasts & Audiobooks
    43. 43. iPod• AddMusic, Podcasts & Audiobooks• Import Playlists from Your iTunes Library
    44. 44. iPod• AddMusic, Podcasts & Audiobooks• Import Playlists from Your iTunes Library• Create Genius Playlists
    45. 45. iPod• AddMusic, Podcasts & Audiobooks• Import Playlists from Your iTunes Library• Create Genius Playlists• View Your Collection By Songs, Artists, Albums, Genres or Composers
    46. 46. iBooksBrowse, Buy & Read
    47. 47. iBooks Browse, Buy & ReadHighlight, Bookmark & Make Notes
    48. 48. iBooks Browse, Buy & Read Highlight, Bookmark & Make NotesAdd ePub Books & PDFs With iTunes
    49. 49. KeynoteTons of Themes
    50. 50. Keynote Tons of ThemesAnimated Charts & Transitions
    51. 51. Keynote Tons of Themes Animated Charts & TransitionsUse Existing Keynote or PowerPoint Files
    52. 52. Keynote Tons of Themes Animated Charts & TransitionsUse Existing Keynote or PowerPoint Files Gorgeous Listing Presentations!
    53. 53. PagesView & Edit Pages, Word & Text Files
    54. 54. Pages View & Edit Pages, Word & Text FilesTons of Templates for Letters, Brochures, Flyers, etc.
    55. 55. Pages View & Edit Pages, Word & Text FilesTons of Templates for Letters, Brochures, Flyers, etc. Export as Pages, Word or PDF File
    56. 56. NumbersCreate Spreadsheets with Charts, Graphs, Photos, & Data
    57. 57. NumbersCreate Spreadsheets with Charts, Graphs, Photos, & Data Flexible Canvas Allows you to Move Things Around
    58. 58. NumbersCreate Spreadsheets with Charts, Graphs, Photos, & Data Flexible Canvas Allows you to Move Things Around Export as Numbers, Excel, or PDF File
    59. 59. Free Must-Haves For Real Estate Agents
    60. 60. Free Must-Haves For Real Estate Agents
    61. 61. DocuSign
    62. 62. DocuSign• Send, Track & Sign - Anytime, Anyplace
    63. 63. DocuSign• Send, Track & Sign - Anytime, Anyplace• Create, Tag & Modify Docs
    64. 64. DocuSign• Send, Track & Sign - Anytime, Anyplace• Create, Tag & Modify Docs• Email to Client or Sign in Person
    65. 65. DocuSign• Send, Track & Sign - Anytime, Anyplace• Create, Tag & Modify Docs• Email to Client or Sign in Person• View Real-Time Status of Signing Process
    66. 66. Realtor.com
    67. 67. Realtor.com • Photos, Details, Open House Info & Pricing
    68. 68. Realtor.com • Photos, Details, Open House Info & Pricing • Create & Save Private Ratings & Notes
    69. 69. Realtor.com • Photos, Details, Open House Info & Pricing • Create & Save Private Ratings & Notes • Sign-in to access your saved searches & notes
    70. 70. Realtor.com • Photos, Details, Open House Info & Pricing • Create & Save Private Ratings & Notes • Sign-in to access your saved searches & notes • Share favorites with friends, family your agent or social network
    71. 71. TRULIA
    72. 72. TRULIA• Know how your prospects are searching!
    73. 73. TRULIA• Know how your prospects are searching!• Searchnearby open houses & get driving directions
    74. 74. TRULIA• Know how your prospects are searching!• Searchnearby open houses & get driving directions• Sign-in to access favorites & save new ones
    75. 75. TRULIA• Know how your prospects are searching!• Searchnearby open houses & get driving directions• Sign-in to access favorites & save new ones• Search nearby businesses
    76. 76. Zillow
    77. 77. Zillow • Rated#1RE App on iTunes by O’Reilly Media
    78. 78. Zillow • Rated#1RE App on iTunes by O’Reilly Media • Search by Monthly Payment
    79. 79. Zillow • Rated#1RE App on iTunes by O’Reilly Media • Search by Monthly Payment • View Full-Screen Photos
    80. 80. Zillow • Rated#1RE App on iTunes by O’Reilly Media • Search by Monthly Payment • View Full-Screen Photos • GetNotified of New Search Results
    81. 81. Zillow • Rated#1RE App on iTunes by O’Reilly Media • Search by Monthly Payment • View Full-Screen Photos • GetNotified of New Search Results • ShareHomes Via Facebook & Twitter
    82. 82. LoopNet
    83. 83. LoopNet• Property Research Database: Details on Owners, Tenants, Sales History, etc.
    84. 84. LoopNet• Property Research Database: Details on Owners, Tenants, Sales History, etc.• Driving Directions Through Google Maps
    85. 85. LoopNet• Property Research Database: Details on Owners, Tenants, Sales History, etc.• Driving Directions Through Google Maps• Custom Search: Filter By Price, Lot Size, Property Type, etc.
    86. 86. Mortgage Calculator
    87. 87. Mortgage Calculator • Simple, Quick & Easy to Use
    88. 88. Mortgage Calculator • Simple, Quick & Easy to Use • Enter Tax, PMI, HOA, & Other Expenses
    89. 89. Mortgage Calculator • Simple, Quick & Easy to Use • Enter Tax, PMI, HOA, & Other Expenses • Amortization Table
    90. 90. Mortgage Calculator • Simple, Quick & Easy to Use • Enter Tax, PMI, HOA, & Other Expenses • Amortization Table • Tax Savings Calculation
    91. 91. Tips & Tricks
    92. 92. Tips & Tricks• Taking Screen Shots
    93. 93. Tips & Tricks• Taking Screen Shots• Enabling Restrictions
    94. 94. Tips & Tricks• Taking Screen Shots• Enabling Restrictions• Soft Reset & Force Quit
    95. 95. Tips & Tricks• Taking Screen Shots• Enabling Restrictions• Soft Reset & Force Quit• 6 Apps Can Fit in Dock
    96. 96. Tips & Tricks• Taking Screen Shots• Enabling Restrictions• Soft Reset & Force Quit• 6 Apps Can Fit in Dock• Hidden Keyboard Functions
    97. 97. Tips & Tricks• Taking Screen Shots• Enabling Restrictions• Soft Reset & Force Quit• 6 Apps Can Fit in Dock• Hidden Keyboard Functions• If you haven’t done so already, download the iPad User Guide
    98. 98. Other Great Apps To Check Out• Flipboard: Read all your Facebook, Twitter & Google Reader feeds & more in a gorgeous magazine format.• Skype or Line2: Turn your iPad into a phone.• Gate Guru: Enter the airport & concourse and get all the restaurants, shops & services available there. Get wait times for security posted by other users.• TED: Riveting talks by remarkable people.• Angry Birds: The most addictive game ever! Even if you’re not into games.
    99. 99. Wanna Dig Deeper? iPad 202: Elevate Your Productivity! Date: Monday, February 7th Time: 9AM-12PM $35 What We’ll Cover: How your iPad can truly replace your laptop Writing & sending contracts with your iPadThe best third party applications to boost productivity Receive a free Keynote listing presentation template & guide to my favorite apps

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