In your family tree are you the Help Tech? That is to say, you have “some” experience with fixing relatively easy computer problems, but you seem to be the most knowledgeable one in the family for random computer issues. Isn’t it often the case that you don’t know the answer right off the top of your head, chances are you know where to go to find the best answer(s) to ‘fix’ the problem.
I am often searching the www for computer solutions to issues that come up with mobile phones, computers, word processing, or new Apps. The list is very long. However, now and then I find a piece of information that is one of the best solutions I’ve come across to explain how to do something step-by-step.
For example, have you ever tried to set up ‘streaming’ photos on your iPhone or iPad so that you do not have to mail them to everyone who has iCloud ability? I recently found one of the best set of instructions and illustrations to aid you with getting this done easily. Check out the link below for complete details. You’ll be happy you did.
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Photo Stream is a feature on Apple’s iDevices that allows users to seamlessly share photos and videos with friends and family. Photos that you choose to upload to Photo Stream are saved on iCloud and you can send them to anyone else with an iCloud account for sharing. You can even optionally create a public website for the photos so anyone with the link can access them. This article will get you started.
Source: How to Use Photo Stream (with Pictures) – wikiHow
I hope this is helpful!