Spent a lot of time trying to “induce” my new iPhone 13 Pro Max to identify people.
Seems it needs “time to think” about iding people — locked and on power. Argh! What was it doing last night?
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And, there is no way to “tag” photos for future purposes.
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I’m not sure Google Photos on Android or the web is much better.
Android Phones & Tablets
Why You Should Get Rid of Unused Android Apps
JAN 17, 2022, 8:00 AM EST | 3 MIN READ
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Clean Phone, Clear Head
Lastly, cleaning up your phone is a good way to eliminate distractions. A more focused phone experience can make it much more pleasant to use.
We tend to treat email spam and unwanted phone notifications the same way. Rather than spend an extra minute or two unsubscribing, we waste even more time being distracted and deleting them. Don’t let apps you’re not using make your phone more annoying.
Take a few minutes to scroll through your app list and evaluate which apps you’re actually using. Don’t hesitate to delete unused apps. After all, you can just install them once more if you end up needing them again. Your phone will thank you.
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Now if there was some easy way to create a “manifest” so that apps could be easily tracked.
Same problem exists on IOS!
I like to phot everything that passes through my hands. ID cards, letters, people, etc. etc.
From time to time I need to find the “needle in a haystack”. Unfortunately, I can’t “tag” photos to indicate what they are and why they’d be important.
I have to create “albums” and “folders” and what not that some developer thinks is “kool”.
Why not tags like Twitter and Facebook? Why reinvent the wheel? Like labels in Gmail but not in photos.
I’m really tired of struggling with various address books — IOS, OSX, Android, Google. Does anyone have an evernote template that could be the universal address book. I remember an old Windoze app “Little Black Book” that just allowed one to print out specialize address books for different purposes. For example, I used to print various ones for older relatives that only had “their” items of interest. Now, it just seems to be a virtually impossible to print something that would look like an address book without a lot of manual effort. Any suggestions?
Recently, on both CLASSDOJO and SHUTTERFLY, I was trying to upload a photo.
In CLASDOJO, the web site would only accept a live photo. (MY workaround was to take a photo of my phone. Argh!). In SHUTTERFLY, I was trying to upload a photo from my laptop and couldn’t get it it.
After calling in and wasting time, I found out that if I used the IOS or ANDROID client, I could easily do what I wanted. In my “after action” review, a habit I got in the military, I could NOT find anything in their “help” sections that would let me avoid the phone call.
In the future, I’ll try different versions of the same offering on the off-chance that some developer was too lazy to make all the versions functional equivalent. Argh!
I’m putting this YSK on my blog so I’ll remember to follow my own advice.
WHY YSK: I wasted a lot of my time and that of two support organizations because their sites were not intuitive and, I never thought that their IOS / ANDROID apps would be that different. DOn’t make my mistake and ASS-U-ME that everything is identical. It MAY not be.