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How To Increase Productivity By Using Dual Monitors

December 24, 2019

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Here’s a productivity tip for you: try dual monitors. Much of the time wasted when attorneys work on computers comes when they switch between windows. Not only does it waste time, it can lead to unnecessary distractions. Some try to compensate by putting two windows on one screen, or by various workarounds. But instead, attorneys...

How To Fast Forward/Rewind Instagram Live Stories Videos

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Instagram is one of the best and the most happening social networks out there. On Instagram you can share videos, photos, replay live sessions and much more. But what if you wish to rewind or fast forward the live stories on Instagram? To fast forward: On the homepage of the Instagram app tap on the...

Three Popular Services to Curate, Schedule and Manage Social Media

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Tech Tip Whether social media is an intentional or accidental component of your firm’s client development and marketing efforts, there are many (free and affordable) tools available to help manage your posts, pictures, and interactions. Social management platforms will help you manage all your social profiles in one place, schedule posts in advance, track performance of your...

Amazon: Get Shipment Updates via Text

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Tech Tip May 14, 2019 For those of us who really appreciate up-to-the-minute alerts about packages and deliveries,  there’s Amazon text alerts. You can sign up to receive tracking information via text message for all your orders. Amazon will send a standard text message when your package has shipped and another when it has been delivered. You will also receive...

3 Useful Google Search Tips

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Google tips Use Google to Search Within a Single Website Sometimes you want to search the ENTIRE Internet. Sometimes you want to search a specific website. This can be easy if you’re using Google to do your searches (that’s most of us). This can be done by using the syntax "Site:". From within the Google Search box,...

Put those Artificially Helpful Assistants to Work!

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Tip Alexa and Google Assistant Both Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant offer a feature called “Routines” that work with connected smart home devices. They’re like computer macro’s but triggered by a voice command, your location or at a specific time. They are a string or series of events or tasks that execute when you say things like "Alexa, I'm home!"...

How To Utilize These YouTube Keyboard Shortcuts

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YouTube Tricks and Tips FINALLY! How often have you wanted to easily skip ahead or backwards while trudging through YouTube videos for that onnnnneeee little thing!? Well here’s a list of useful keyboard shortcuts to enhance that Cat Videos experience.   Play/pause the video|Tap K or the Spacebar Go back 5 seconds|Tap left arrow Forward 5 seconds| Tap right...

For Real Free Stock Images

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Stock Images Tip We’ve all searched Google > Images for that perfect image to enhance a slide or a presentation. We’ve all probably been a little weary or done the extra research to decide if we could use that image without implications. Chances are we used it regardless because, “Ohhhh, nobody we’ll ever know!” Well, fret and fuss...

Setting the Initial View of PDF Files Before Sending

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Tip Initial View in PDF There are several methods to set the initial view of a PDF document and this is just one of them. The instructions are intended only as a general description of the process and prepared using Adobe Acrobat. When a user opens a PDF document they see the initial view of the PDF. You can set...

Google Scholar is a free legal research platform that’s ideal for initial research and secondary sources.

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Google Scholar Google Scholar offers state and federal case law from all 50 states. 1. Visit scholar.google.com 2. Select the Case Law button under the search box, select your court/s 3. Search by the terms, parties or by case citation 4. Click on the How Cited link to find related documents Good to know: · Results are...