How to Send Emails to Undisclosed Recipients in Gmail – By Ben Stockton How-To Geek
If you’re looking to send an email in Gmail to a large number of undisclosed recipients, you may wish to hide their email addresses from others. It’s easy to do using the blind carbon copy (BCC) feature.
How to Check How Much iCloud Storage You Have Left – By Benj Edwards How-To Geek
Apple’s iCloud service is a great way to store documents and backups in the cloud, but the space isn’t unlimited. Here’s how to check how much free space you have left in your iCloud account on an iPhone, iPad, or Mac.
Google Maps restores compass when navigating on Android – By Damien Wilde 9to5Google
After initially removing the compass within Maps on Android way back in early 2019, Google has now restored the much-loved feature after fan pressure.
How to set up Google Pay – phandroid.com
Google has a pretty good habit of bringing all-new designs to apps that haven’t really been touched in a while, save for a few feature changes. The latest to get an overhaul is the Google Pay app, which includes a few new features that weren’t available in the old version, and more.
Why Two-Factor Authentication Matters for Your Website Security (And How to Use It) – By Activate managewp.com
Your WordPress website security is only as strong as the tools and measures you implement to safeguard it. So if you’re not using two-factor authentication (2FA), you’re leaving your passwords and sensitive information at risk.
Simple Hassle Free Ways to Protect Your Online Accounts – By AnneH timeatlas.com
Recently, I met a friend who looked stressed. He returned home from work only to find out that someone had broken into his online accounts. Naturally, he was concerned about the data, but also the amount of time it would take to fix the problem. I told him an easy way to reduce the risk of account breaches is to use something called “two factor authentication” or 2FA.