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Apple’s mobile operating system – iOS – is seen by many users to be one of the best mobile operating systems out there. Almost every year the company releases a new version which includes new programs and updates to existing ones. This year many new features were introduced. Most were positive changes, but one has seemed to cause some confusion – the new calendar app.
Here is an overview of how to easily get about in the new calendar app introduced in iOS 7.
Transition between weeks, months and years
When you open the calendar app you will automatically see a weekly view across the top, with events for that date listed below. This can be useful but many users also want to be able to see events on a monthly basis, or upcoming events in another week. Here are some tips to help you navigate your calendar:
Can you see a list of all events?
A feature many users found useful in older versions of Calendar was the list view. By switching to this view, you can see your upcoming events in an easy to read list. At first glance, it appears that Apple has done away with this feature. While Apple did change the functionality of this feature, they didn’t do away with it completely. It can still be accessed by tapping on the magnifying glass at the top-right of the screen. You will see the calendar zoom in and display only a list of events. You can’t however change, add or modify events from this view. Instead you have to do this from the day or week view.
If you are looking to learn more about iOS 7 and how devices like the iPhone can be used in your business, please contact us today.
Published with permission from TechAdvisory.org. Source.
Published on 21st May 2013 by Jeanne DeWitt.