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My Data in the Cloud New User Presentation


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My Data in the Cloud is a free service that lets you create a Cloud database application by uploading a spreadsheet, using a template or building from scratch.

Users can share full access to collaborators and read-only access to subscribers.

My Data in the Cloud supports numbers, text, images, video, rich text, presentations, and links to major social media sites.

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My Data in the Cloud New User Presentation

  1. 1. Your First My Data in the Cloud Application
  2. 2. When your new application is first launched, you should bookmark the page so you can get back to it
  3. 3. It will show a panel of help text and explanations of all of the features available
  4. 4. The “Add, View, Update, and Delete Records” section is very important. Click on its heading to open the section. When you have finished, click the ‘x’ close button in the upper righthand corner to close the help panel.
  5. 5. The application is ready for you to begin entering data.
  6. 6. You can enter data by typing on the first line and clicking on the ‘Add’ icon (plus sign)
  7. 7. 3 2 1 1 Each record is added below. You can sort by any column by clicking on the arrows in the column heading (1). You can search all columns by typing search words in the search box (2). You can also add records on a full page by clicking on the Add button (3).
  8. 8. The dedicated Add page has room for more detailed information. There are special widgets for extended data types like images, video, pres entations, and social media.
  9. 9. You can select records from the database by using filters. Click on the ‘Filter’ button to enter your criteria.
  10. 10. Enter filters for one or more fields. My Data in the Cloud will retrieve only records that match your criteria
  11. 11. Records are deleted by clicking on the delete button (‘x’). If you delete something by accident, you can recover it from the Deleted Rows page by clicking on the Deleted Rows button
  12. 12. Click on ‘Restore’ to un-delete the record
  13. 13. Records can be viewed on a page suitable for printing by clicking the ‘Spyglass’ icon
  14. 14. The navigation buttons are removed for a clean document view or print.
  15. 15. And all records can be viewed at once in a format suitable for printing by clicking the ‘Print’ button.
  16. 16. Records are modified by clicking on the ‘Edit’ button (a Pencil)
  17. 17. Data editing is tailored to the wide variety of data types with special widgets provided for extended data types.
  18. 18. Click the ‘Share’ button to share full access with collaborators or readonly access with subscribers. You can copy the links and display them on a Web page or put them in an email. If you want, My Data in the Cloud will open your default email client with a generated message.