Tag Archive: Assign


Assign a Name to Group Chats in Messages for Mac

When you’re engaged in a group conversation in Messages for Mac, you’ll notice the ‘To’ section lists the names of people participating in the group chat. While that’s certainly adequate for most situations, if you have a specific group chat going for a specific purpose, you can assign a name to any given group chat … Read More

IFTTT Now Lets You Assign Location Triggers

“Glue of the Internet” service IFTTT (If This Then That) has been adding more and more attachments over the past year. The latest one is an iOS Location Channel featuring integrations for Foursquare, Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook. What does this…Read more ›    [Read More…]

Apple’s Lightning Connector Can Adapt To Different iDevices And Assign Pin Fuctions

Apple’s new Lightning connector is freaking teeny tiny and incredibly awesome. Apple managed to shrink the connector down to just eight contact pins and give it the ability to insert it in either orientation. While some users may have wished for Apple to use micro-USB, the Lightning connector is full of amazing little pieces of tech that make it a lot better than other options.

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Assign Unique Ringtones to Contacts on iPhone to Know Whos Calling

Set a custom ringtone per contact on iPhone

You can make your iPhone life a lot easier by assigning custom ringtones to contacts. This makes it easy to determine who’s calling before you even see the caller ID, letting you either rush to answer the phone or continue snoozing and ignore the call. With how easy it is to make ringtones for the iPhone, it also provides a great way to differentiate  [Read More…]

Assign Applications To Mission Control Spaces In Lion [OS X Tips]

Mac OS X Snow Leopard would allow you to assign applications to a particular space using a control panel in System Preferences. This is no longer the case with Mac OS X Lion which offers a completely different option for assigning applications to spaces. If you want to assign an application to a particular space you simply Control+click or right-click on the applications icon in the Dock. Now look for  [Read More…]