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Apple User Group Survey 2021 – Meeting Formats?

Many groups changed their meeting location, day, or format in 2020-2921. As you might expect, the pandemic factored into meeting decisions, with some groups moving fully online due to loss of a regular meeting space, civic responsibilities, or need to socially isolate. Some groups have been meeting remotely for years, while others used the past year to master Zoom, FaceTime, and various remote streaming options.

A friend from the Tucson group wrote recently about how some groups may decide to stay online permanently. In fact, his group is currently seeing almost as many attendees for their online meetings as they saw when meeting in person.

We would appreciate your input in this very brief survey. Next month’s Bulletin will have the results.

Meeting Formats Survey – Apple User Groups 2021

(Thanks to Curt B. for this discussion – a lot of folk in the community are making plans and it will be interesting to hear their guidance.)

Tom Piper: AWUGU – Everything Zoom

Tom Piper

AWUGU: Everything Zoom

By Tom Piper

This Apple World User Group University online gathering of Apple user group leaders was held at 5:00pm CDST, on April 19, 2021, via Zoom. We had 22 participants who joined for the topic of “Everything Zoom(see attached PDF images and attendance list). The 62-minute video can be viewed at: https://youtu.be/KlmFvfvbxF0 (unlisted on YouTube).

This session opened with my welcome, plus a quick overview of 36 Zoom apps that are currently available. Other Apple User Group Advisory Board (AUGAB) members were not available for this call.

The format for this meeting was an open discussion with many participants sharing their perspectives and suggestions about Zoom including Nicholas Pyers of AppleUser.org (Australia), Mike Kwasniak of Suffolk MUG (UK), Steve Welsh of Oregon MacPioneers Users, Chita Hunter of Naples MacFriends User Group, David Ginsberg of Suburban Chicago Users Group, Webb Sussma of Eugene Macintosh Users Group, Carol Fortlage of The Villages Apple User Group, Joan Newman of SouthWest Florida Apple Computer Knowledge Society, Dale Stephan of Mac-in-Awe Apple Users Group, George Rubin of Naples MacFriends User Group and others.

read more…

Meeting Ideas: iMac, iPad Pro, iPhone 12, Apple Card Family, and more

Tuesday’s Spring Loaded April 2021 Event brought amazing new products and one-of-a-kind features. Whether your members will want to know more about AppleTV 4k’s calibration system on iPhone (wow!), the cool Center Stage technology in the new M1 iPad Pros, the impossibly thin and high performing new iMacs, or more, ASW and Apple Support’s YouTube Channel have you covered.

ASW offers a wealth of resources about Tuesday’s announcements – here are just a few:

  • 27-inch iMac with Retina display – First Look ( L543100A-en_US)
  • iPad Pro – First Look (L581397A-en_US), 
  • Apple TV 4K – First Look (L592422A-en_US)
  • 24-inch iMac – First Look (L592421A-en_US)
  • USB-C accessories for iPad Pro and iPad Air  (L581398A-en_US)

Better yet, if your members have not seen the keynote, Introducing the new iMac | Apple, or Mission Implausible | M1 chip | iPad Pro | Apple, you can watch it on  Apple’s YouTube channel. read more…

Meeting Idea: AirTag

The new AirTags are here and they are amazing. What to help your members learn more about AirTag? ASW and Apple Newsroom have everything you need. Be sure to check you ASW for AirTag – Quick demos (L592426A-en_US) and AirTag – First Look (L592425A-en_US), then head over to Newsroom for more:

https://www.apple.com/newsroom/2021/04/apple-introduces-airtag/

Ambassadors, April is a great month to check out ASW.

KansasFest 2021: 16-Bit Virtual Edition

Given the success of last year’s 8-bit Virtual KansasFest (over 500 attendees!), the KansasFest Board is pleased to announce “KansasFest 2021: 16-Bit Virtual Edition”. Similar to 2020, the Board’s plan is to hold an online event Friday and Saturday, July 23-24. If you have attended in the past, you know how much fun the sessions and gatherings can be. And, who can forget the competitions?

The Board will provide information on submitting session proposals soon and hopes to open registration in May.

Be there!

KansasFest 2021: 16-Bit Virtual Edition

Meeting Idea: Apple and Accessibility

Apple accessibility logo Many groups have had a positive response to accessibility as a meeting topic. Apple’s Accessibility home page says that the true value of a technology is not measured by how powerful it is, but by how much it empowers the user, and every Apple product contains amazing and empowering accessibility features right out of the box. From Magnifier, to Switch Control, Back Tap, VoiceOver, headphone accommodations, made for iPhone hearing aids, Live Listen, AssistiveTouch, Guided Access, typing feedback, text-to-speech, fitness algorithms for wheelchair users, and more, there are features to make every user’s tasks easier.

Another great way to enjoy an accessibility presentation is to use Apple Support’s YouTube videos, covering the basics of using the assistive technologies that are built into every Mac, iPad, iPhone, and Apple Watch. 

Check it out.

https://www.apple.com/accessibility/

Apple Support on YouTube – Accessibility

 

Helping User Groups Discuss and Understand Malware on Macs

By Rick Ortiz

Apple users have for the most part been protected from many of the viruses and malware issues experienced on the PC. But with the popularity of Apple products over the past decade, those wanting to take advantage and compromise your computer use experience has grown. Most recently, applications, search engine hijacks and web browser plug-ins are the culprits of what many Mac users think are “viruses.” This has become a popular discussion topic at user group meetings. So to help user groups, we are providing group leaders with a meeting guide and how you can address and discuss this issue at your meetings. Click on read more below to continue.

I. Overview read more…

Meeting Idea: Today at Apple – At Home

Apple logoIt can be hard to find a meeting topic when members are doing their part to flatten the curve. Have you heard about the new offerings from Today at Apple? Today at Apple – At Home offers great sessions that your members will enjoy. From adding drama to your portraits with iPhone, to making your videos more cinematic with iPhone, turning your home into music with GarageBand, and more, the tutorials are fun and easy.

Learn a new skill today.

https://www.apple.com/today/feature/today-at-home/

AWUGU: Next Meeting is March 15 – User Group Exchange

Tom Piper

by Tom Piper, AWUGU Coordinator

AWUGU: March 15, 2021 Zoom Meeting

Our next Apple World User Group University meeting is scheduled for 5:00pm, Central Daylight Savings Time, March 15, 2021, with the topic to be the User Group Exchange (draft agenda attached). All AWUGU previous registrants will receive an invitation to this meeting.

This topic was suggested at our last meeting to learn how Apple user groups hold cooperative meetings, share information and exchange ideas

An additional topic has been added about  Zoom recording disclosures and privacy policies. If anyone has these items, please share them during our discussion. All comments and feedback is welcome!

To become a participant, any interested Apple User Group leader must first register with the AWUGU Coordinator by emailing their name, location, and user group name and web link to macquest@mac.com. (a download of the most recent free Zoom app in advance is also necessary).

Best wishes,

Tom Piper

AWUGU Coordinator

read more…

News to Use: NMUG 2021 Classes

Many groups have moved online during the pandemic, only to find that the move brought some great benefits as well as a number of challenges. The Naples MacFriends User Group has been running successful online meetings and half-day training classes on Zoom, and have now opened registration for their classes to members of other groups. The cost is modest and their classes have had great reviews. Better yet, all registrants receive a complete set of notes prior to each class, a link to a recording of the class, and even a discount for multiple classes.

Follow this special log in process to register:

When you click on the link below to -CLASS REGISTRATION– you will be taken to a new page for access.
Please enter the word-classes-in the top blank field.
No password is required.
Click-SIGN IN. Then follow the instructions to choose your classes.
You will receive an invoice from PayPal in your email to pay for your selections.
No PayPal account is required. You may use a credit or debit card to pay if you wish.

https://naplesmug.mcservices.com/fmi/webd

Want to learn more?

WELCOME TO NAPLES MAC USER GROUP

February’s Featured Vendor: Dan’s Tutorials

Have you been lucky enough to use Dan Wassink’s Tutorials? Each offering is user friendly, helping users get the most out of their Apple Devices through easy-to-follow video tutorials, tips, and online chat support.

Dan has been a strong supporter of user groups for many years and is offering select videos from Dan’s Tutorials for user groups to share on their websites for their members. Each month four to eight different videos will be available to share. Sharing is done by copying the provided video link and posting it in a new post or on a page within the user group website.

What a wonderful way to provide a great meeting topic for your group. 

read more…

Tools to Use: Randy Singer – Upgrading to the Very Latest Macintosh OS

Randy Singer, leader of the 9.000+ member strong MacAttorney User Group, co-author of multiple editions of the award-winning and well-loved Macintosh Bible, author of the ABA’s The Macintosh Software Guide for the Law Office, writer of the MacAttorney Newsletter, and popular presenter, has a great article discussing considerations for updating your operating system. 

Thanks again to Randy for being such a wonderful resource for the community of Apple users!

Upgrading to the Very Latest Macintosh OS

Meeting Idea: Data Privacy Day at Apple

On January 28 Apple held an event to raise awareness about the importance of protecting people’s personal information online. Your members know that privacy matters, and may recognize some of the ways that Apple works to improve transparency and empower users. Still, there is more to be learned, and the materials are available to help you put together a great meeting. A great starting place is the downloadable A Day in the Life of Your Data. An accompanying news release contains images you can use in your presentation as well. 

https://www.apple.com/privacy/docs/A_Day_in_the_Life_of_Your_Data.pdf

Tim Cook’s Statement on Privacy

AUSOM: 40 Years of Excellence

On Saturday, December 5, 2020,The Apple Users Society of Melbourne (AUSOM Inc) had a wonderful 40th anniversary celebration. The day included SIG breakout sessions on iPad basics, Finder fundamentals, mobile multimedia, Filemaker, Zoom training, digital photography, genealogy, and GarageBand. In addition, there were Mac sessions for specific groups, from beginners to intermediate users, and more. Add in a service desk, lounge, and help desk, and you get an idea of how much thought went into the remote celebration.

Of course, in true Mac fashion, there was more: At 11 a.m. there was an informative and fun presentation by Greg Alchin on assistive technologies (Greg is an Apple accredited educator, Inclusive Design Consultant and true expert in Assistive Technology), followed by a virtual birthday cake (with happy birthday singing and an acknowledgement of AUSOM volunteers) and Garry Barker offering reminiscences about Apple and AUSOM.

Wow! There is a reason that AUSOM is pronounced “awesome”

Congrats for 40 years of excellence: 1980-2020.

(Thanks much to Greg Davies, AUSOM publicity, for this tip and an opportunity to be present for the celebration.)

 

AWUGU: Membership Records and Renewals by Tom Piper

by Tom Piper, Coordinator

Our ninth Apple World User Group University online gathering of Apple user group leaders was held at 8:00pm CST, on November 16, 2020, via Zoom. We had 23 participants who joined for the topic of maintaining “Membership Records and Renewals” plus how larger groups encourage board membership, board participation, and membership engagement. The 82-minute video can be viewed at: https://youtu.be/CXTvA410Dxo (unlisted on YouTube).

read more…

Meeting Ideas: Shot on iPhone

apple youtube logoIf you are looking for a great series of videos for a photography SIG or general meeting, you may want to consider the technique filled tutorials Apple’s YouTube channel. In the last month there have been a series of videos with ideas for iPhone photography, including neat effects with slow motion and water balloons, abstract images you can create from baby oil and water, and night mode photography with glow sticks. Looking for concepts as well as techniques? There are videos for concepts too.

December is a great month to check out Apple’s YouTube channel.

Shot on iPhone

Shot on iPhone: Vertical Cinema

Behind the Scenes — Experiments IV: Fire & Ice

Meeting Ideas: GarageBand, Final Cut Pro, Motion, Compressor, Logic Pro and MainStage

Apple logoMost groups have a SIG for creatives, including members who are interested in music, photography, and video, and this month ASW offers information about new releases for creatives at every level.

GarageBand for Mac – First Look (Part Number: L544712A-en_US), Final Cut Pro, Motion, and Compressor – First Look (L576233A-en_US), and Logic Pro and MainStage – First Look (L574602A-en_US) can provide the information you need to create a great meeting topic.

Ambassadors: December is a great month to check out ASW.

User Group News Bulletin

Apple User Group Survey 2021 – Meeting Formats?

Many groups changed their meeting location, day, or format in 2020-2921. As you might expect, the pandemic factored into meeting decisions, with some groups moving fully online due to loss of a regular meeting space, civic responsibilities, or need to socially isolate. Some groups have been meeting remotely for years, while others used the past year to master Zoom, FaceTime, and various remote streaming options.

A friend from the Tucson group wrote recently about how some groups may decide to stay online permanently. In fact, his group is currently seeing almost as many attendees for their online meetings as they saw when meeting in person.

We would appreciate your input in this very brief survey. Next month’s Bulletin will have the results.

Meeting Formats Survey – Apple User Groups 2021

(Thanks to Curt B. for this discussion – a lot of folk in the community are making plans and it will be interesting to hear their guidance.)

Tom Piper: AWUGU – Everything Zoom

Tom Piper

AWUGU: Everything Zoom

By Tom Piper

This Apple World User Group University online gathering of Apple user group leaders was held at 5:00pm CDST, on April 19, 2021, via Zoom. We had 22 participants who joined for the topic of “Everything Zoom(see attached PDF images and attendance list). The 62-minute video can be viewed at: https://youtu.be/KlmFvfvbxF0 (unlisted on YouTube).

This session opened with my welcome, plus a quick overview of 36 Zoom apps that are currently available. Other Apple User Group Advisory Board (AUGAB) members were not available for this call.

The format for this meeting was an open discussion with many participants sharing their perspectives and suggestions about Zoom including Nicholas Pyers of AppleUser.org (Australia), Mike Kwasniak of Suffolk MUG (UK), Steve Welsh of Oregon MacPioneers Users, Chita Hunter of Naples MacFriends User Group, David Ginsberg of Suburban Chicago Users Group, Webb Sussma of Eugene Macintosh Users Group, Carol Fortlage of The Villages Apple User Group, Joan Newman of SouthWest Florida Apple Computer Knowledge Society, Dale Stephan of Mac-in-Awe Apple Users Group, George Rubin of Naples MacFriends User Group and others.

read more…

Meeting Ideas: iMac, iPad Pro, iPhone 12, Apple Card Family, and more

Tuesday’s Spring Loaded April 2021 Event brought amazing new products and one-of-a-kind features. Whether your members will want to know more about AppleTV 4k’s calibration system on iPhone (wow!), the cool Center Stage technology in the new M1 iPad Pros, the impossibly thin and high performing new iMacs, or more, ASW and Apple Support’s YouTube Channel have you covered.

ASW offers a wealth of resources about Tuesday’s announcements – here are just a few:

  • 27-inch iMac with Retina display – First Look ( L543100A-en_US)
  • iPad Pro – First Look (L581397A-en_US), 
  • Apple TV 4K – First Look (L592422A-en_US)
  • 24-inch iMac – First Look (L592421A-en_US)
  • USB-C accessories for iPad Pro and iPad Air  (L581398A-en_US)

Better yet, if your members have not seen the keynote, Introducing the new iMac | Apple, or Mission Implausible | M1 chip | iPad Pro | Apple, you can watch it on  Apple’s YouTube channel. read more…

Meeting Idea: AirTag

The new AirTags are here and they are amazing. What to help your members learn more about AirTag? ASW and Apple Newsroom have everything you need. Be sure to check you ASW for AirTag – Quick demos (L592426A-en_US) and AirTag – First Look (L592425A-en_US), then head over to Newsroom for more:

https://www.apple.com/newsroom/2021/04/apple-introduces-airtag/

Ambassadors, April is a great month to check out ASW.

KansasFest 2021: 16-Bit Virtual Edition

Given the success of last year’s 8-bit Virtual KansasFest (over 500 attendees!), the KansasFest Board is pleased to announce “KansasFest 2021: 16-Bit Virtual Edition”. Similar to 2020, the Board’s plan is to hold an online event Friday and Saturday, July 23-24. If you have attended in the past, you know how much fun the sessions and gatherings can be. And, who can forget the competitions?

The Board will provide information on submitting session proposals soon and hopes to open registration in May.

Be there!

KansasFest 2021: 16-Bit Virtual Edition

Meeting Idea: Apple and Accessibility

Apple accessibility logo Many groups have had a positive response to accessibility as a meeting topic. Apple’s Accessibility home page says that the true value of a technology is not measured by how powerful it is, but by how much it empowers the user, and every Apple product contains amazing and empowering accessibility features right out of the box. From Magnifier, to Switch Control, Back Tap, VoiceOver, headphone accommodations, made for iPhone hearing aids, Live Listen, AssistiveTouch, Guided Access, typing feedback, text-to-speech, fitness algorithms for wheelchair users, and more, there are features to make every user’s tasks easier.

Another great way to enjoy an accessibility presentation is to use Apple Support’s YouTube videos, covering the basics of using the assistive technologies that are built into every Mac, iPad, iPhone, and Apple Watch. 

Check it out.

https://www.apple.com/accessibility/

Apple Support on YouTube – Accessibility

 

Helping User Groups Discuss and Understand Malware on Macs

By Rick Ortiz

Apple users have for the most part been protected from many of the viruses and malware issues experienced on the PC. But with the popularity of Apple products over the past decade, those wanting to take advantage and compromise your computer use experience has grown. Most recently, applications, search engine hijacks and web browser plug-ins are the culprits of what many Mac users think are “viruses.” This has become a popular discussion topic at user group meetings. So to help user groups, we are providing group leaders with a meeting guide and how you can address and discuss this issue at your meetings. Click on read more below to continue.

I. Overview read more…

Meeting Idea: Today at Apple – At Home

Apple logoIt can be hard to find a meeting topic when members are doing their part to flatten the curve. Have you heard about the new offerings from Today at Apple? Today at Apple – At Home offers great sessions that your members will enjoy. From adding drama to your portraits with iPhone, to making your videos more cinematic with iPhone, turning your home into music with GarageBand, and more, the tutorials are fun and easy.

Learn a new skill today.

https://www.apple.com/today/feature/today-at-home/

AWUGU: Next Meeting is March 15 – User Group Exchange

Tom Piper

by Tom Piper, AWUGU Coordinator

AWUGU: March 15, 2021 Zoom Meeting

Our next Apple World User Group University meeting is scheduled for 5:00pm, Central Daylight Savings Time, March 15, 2021, with the topic to be the User Group Exchange (draft agenda attached). All AWUGU previous registrants will receive an invitation to this meeting.

This topic was suggested at our last meeting to learn how Apple user groups hold cooperative meetings, share information and exchange ideas

An additional topic has been added about  Zoom recording disclosures and privacy policies. If anyone has these items, please share them during our discussion. All comments and feedback is welcome!

To become a participant, any interested Apple User Group leader must first register with the AWUGU Coordinator by emailing their name, location, and user group name and web link to macquest@mac.com. (a download of the most recent free Zoom app in advance is also necessary).

Best wishes,

Tom Piper

AWUGU Coordinator

read more…

News to Use: NMUG 2021 Classes

Many groups have moved online during the pandemic, only to find that the move brought some great benefits as well as a number of challenges. The Naples MacFriends User Group has been running successful online meetings and half-day training classes on Zoom, and have now opened registration for their classes to members of other groups. The cost is modest and their classes have had great reviews. Better yet, all registrants receive a complete set of notes prior to each class, a link to a recording of the class, and even a discount for multiple classes.

Follow this special log in process to register:

When you click on the link below to -CLASS REGISTRATION– you will be taken to a new page for access.
Please enter the word-classes-in the top blank field.
No password is required.
Click-SIGN IN. Then follow the instructions to choose your classes.
You will receive an invoice from PayPal in your email to pay for your selections.
No PayPal account is required. You may use a credit or debit card to pay if you wish.

https://naplesmug.mcservices.com/fmi/webd

Want to learn more?

WELCOME TO NAPLES MAC USER GROUP

February’s Featured Vendor: Dan’s Tutorials

Have you been lucky enough to use Dan Wassink’s Tutorials? Each offering is user friendly, helping users get the most out of their Apple Devices through easy-to-follow video tutorials, tips, and online chat support.

Dan has been a strong supporter of user groups for many years and is offering select videos from Dan’s Tutorials for user groups to share on their websites for their members. Each month four to eight different videos will be available to share. Sharing is done by copying the provided video link and posting it in a new post or on a page within the user group website.

What a wonderful way to provide a great meeting topic for your group. 

read more…

Tools to Use: Randy Singer – Upgrading to the Very Latest Macintosh OS

Randy Singer, leader of the 9.000+ member strong MacAttorney User Group, co-author of multiple editions of the award-winning and well-loved Macintosh Bible, author of the ABA’s The Macintosh Software Guide for the Law Office, writer of the MacAttorney Newsletter, and popular presenter, has a great article discussing considerations for updating your operating system. 

Thanks again to Randy for being such a wonderful resource for the community of Apple users!

Upgrading to the Very Latest Macintosh OS

Meeting Idea: Data Privacy Day at Apple

On January 28 Apple held an event to raise awareness about the importance of protecting people’s personal information online. Your members know that privacy matters, and may recognize some of the ways that Apple works to improve transparency and empower users. Still, there is more to be learned, and the materials are available to help you put together a great meeting. A great starting place is the downloadable A Day in the Life of Your Data. An accompanying news release contains images you can use in your presentation as well. 

https://www.apple.com/privacy/docs/A_Day_in_the_Life_of_Your_Data.pdf

Tim Cook’s Statement on Privacy

AUSOM: 40 Years of Excellence

On Saturday, December 5, 2020,The Apple Users Society of Melbourne (AUSOM Inc) had a wonderful 40th anniversary celebration. The day included SIG breakout sessions on iPad basics, Finder fundamentals, mobile multimedia, Filemaker, Zoom training, digital photography, genealogy, and GarageBand. In addition, there were Mac sessions for specific groups, from beginners to intermediate users, and more. Add in a service desk, lounge, and help desk, and you get an idea of how much thought went into the remote celebration.

Of course, in true Mac fashion, there was more: At 11 a.m. there was an informative and fun presentation by Greg Alchin on assistive technologies (Greg is an Apple accredited educator, Inclusive Design Consultant and true expert in Assistive Technology), followed by a virtual birthday cake (with happy birthday singing and an acknowledgement of AUSOM volunteers) and Garry Barker offering reminiscences about Apple and AUSOM.

Wow! There is a reason that AUSOM is pronounced “awesome”

Congrats for 40 years of excellence: 1980-2020.

(Thanks much to Greg Davies, AUSOM publicity, for this tip and an opportunity to be present for the celebration.)

 

Meeting Idea: Customize Control Center on iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch

Apple Support’s YouTube channel recently offered a short how-to video that your members will appreciate, covering ways to customize Control Center on iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch. Better yet, there is an accompanying document that you can provide to members as well. 

Customize Control Center – Apple Support

Customize Control Center Walk Through

 

AWUGU: Membership Records and Renewals by Tom Piper

by Tom Piper, Coordinator

Our ninth Apple World User Group University online gathering of Apple user group leaders was held at 8:00pm CST, on November 16, 2020, via Zoom. We had 23 participants who joined for the topic of maintaining “Membership Records and Renewals” plus how larger groups encourage board membership, board participation, and membership engagement. The 82-minute video can be viewed at: https://youtu.be/CXTvA410Dxo (unlisted on YouTube).

read more…

Meeting Ideas: Shot on iPhone

apple youtube logoIf you are looking for a great series of videos for a photography SIG or general meeting, you may want to consider the technique filled tutorials Apple’s YouTube channel. In the last month there have been a series of videos with ideas for iPhone photography, including neat effects with slow motion and water balloons, abstract images you can create from baby oil and water, and night mode photography with glow sticks. Looking for concepts as well as techniques? There are videos for concepts too.

December is a great month to check out Apple’s YouTube channel.

Shot on iPhone

Shot on iPhone: Vertical Cinema

Behind the Scenes — Experiments IV: Fire & Ice

Meeting Ideas: GarageBand, Final Cut Pro, Motion, Compressor, Logic Pro and MainStage

Apple logoMost groups have a SIG for creatives, including members who are interested in music, photography, and video, and this month ASW offers information about new releases for creatives at every level.

GarageBand for Mac – First Look (Part Number: L544712A-en_US), Final Cut Pro, Motion, and Compressor – First Look (L576233A-en_US), and Logic Pro and MainStage – First Look (L574602A-en_US) can provide the information you need to create a great meeting topic.

Ambassadors: December is a great month to check out ASW.



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