MS Mobile Show – Episode 40 – Michael Fisher from Pocketnow


 

Welcome back for another episode of the MS Mobile Show! On this episode we are joined by Michael Fisher aka @Captain2Phones on Twitter from PocketNow.com.

Make sure to let us know what you think of this episode and do not forget to get entered in our Office 365 Home subscription giveaway which is detailed below and join us over at our Slack channel which you can get started via the link below as well.

 

 

Hosts

 

 

Slack Channel

We would love to continue the discussion between episodes in a central location, and since there is a pretty nice Slack app available on Windows Mobile, why not use this universal platform?

To request an invite, simple visit MSMobileShow.com/slack, fill out the contact form and then we will send you an invite to join the channel as soon as possible.

 

 

Office 365 Home subscription giveaway

Time is running out to enter our Office 365 Home subscription.

All you need to do to enter is simply send us a screenshot of your Windows 10 Start screen. It can be either desktop or mobile or both!

You can send the images either via email to contact@msmobileshow.com or via our @MSMobileShow Twitter account using the #O365StartMenuContest hashtag.

 

 

Weekly Poll Question

  • Current – Preferred size of mobile display – Vote here
  • Past – Do you prefer on-screen, capacitive or physical navigation buttons on your mobile devices? – View results

 

 

Tip of the episode

Pin your work or home to your Start Menu in the Maps app and select “Pin guided directions” for a one-tap turn-by-turn solution to help you avoid getting lost.

 

 

Personal Picks

 

 

Twitter Tip

Make sure to not accidentally click “Moments” instead of “notifications”.

 

 

Subscribe

Thank you for listening and/or watching the MS Mobile Show!

If you are not already subscribed, please visit our Subscribe page to find out how to subscribe with your favorite app or service.

 

 

Support

To support the show, please visit our Support & Advertise page in order to find out how to help keep this show going.

We have options for not only companies, but also for individual Patreon style methods priced for every budget.

As always, thank you for listening and/or watching!

Stay Mobile!

 

About Kevin Harvell

Co-host of The Tech Informist Show & STLTechTalk Podcast along with being the content & client relations manager for STLTechTalk LLC.

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