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  • Here's how to use Apple's AirDrop.

  • We'll be going over how to activate AirDrop,

  • how to send files, and how to receive files.

  • Use our clickable sections below to keep track

  • of what step you're on during this tutorial.

  • Activate AirDrop on your devices.

  • The first thing you need to do

  • is make sure AirDrop is activated

  • on the device you want to receive files on.

  • If your devices are already activated,

  • skip to our next section.

  • On a Mac, click "Go" in the Finder menu

  • at the top of your screen, and then click "AirDrop."

  • If your Bluetooth or WiFi are turned off,

  • you'll be prompted to turn them on.

  • Now at the bottom of the AirDrop window,

  • you can choose which devices you want to allow

  • to connect to the device you're currently using.

  • Choose either "Everyone" or "Contacts Only."

  • Choosing "Everyone" can save you time

  • if you're constantly receiving files

  • from a number of people.

  • Just be aware that if you choose "Everyone,"

  • anyone with an Apple device can try to send you files.

  • On your iPhone or iPad,

  • the activation process is the same.

  • Just go into the settings, then "General" and "AirDrop."

  • Here, you'll be able to adjust your permissions.

  • You're now ready to send and receive files on this device.

  • Sending files from your devices.

  • Let's say you want to send a photo

  • of a beautiful landscape

  • from your iPhone or iPad

  • to any of your other Apple devices.

  • All you have to do is go into the photo app,

  • choose the photo you want to send,

  • and click the share button.

  • Now select the AirDrop function

  • and choose from the list of available devices.

  • You can also send files from your Mac to other devices.

  • Simply right-click on any file,

  • go down to the "Share" option, and click "AirDrop"

  • to see the list of available devices.

  • As long as you're in range

  • and have your device's AirDrop function activated,

  • you can share just about any file

  • between your Apple devices.

  • Receiving files.

  • Sending files, videos, or photos

  • between Apple devices that are logged in

  • to the same Apple ID happens automatically.

  • However, if a file is sent to you

  • from a device that's logged in to a different Apple ID,

  • you'll always be asked first

  • whether you want to accept or decline the transfer.

  • If you choose to accept,

  • your files will go directly into the downloads folder

  • of your Mac or into the appropriate app

  • of your iPhone or iPad.

  • Now you're ready to speed up your workflow

  • with Apple's AirDrop

  • and share content instantly between your devices.

Here's how to use Apple's AirDrop.

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How To Use AirDrop

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    林宜悉 posted on 2020/11/12
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