Quick Tip for Open House: How to loop your photos on the iPad

You probably already know how to do this, but just in case. If you want to create a looping slideshow of your students’ amazing work, it is as simple as:

1. Go to settings–>Photos & Camera–>Make sure the Repeat option under Slideshow is green:

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2. Then go to your Photos app. You can create a special album by going to your camera roll and tapping on select in the upper right hand corner:

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3. Select your photos and tap the “Add to” option on the upper tool bar:

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4. Choose New album and name it:

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4. Go to albums, then tap on the album you want to show and select slideshow! It should loop for as long as you want.

NOTE: I would also make sure that you make sure that your iPad is not set to go to sleep after a couple of minutes. Go to settings–> General–>Auto-lock and set to Never:

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iOS 7: how to disable the most annoying new features – Telegraph

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Apple’s new iOS 7 for iPhone and iPad is the biggest redesign of the mobile operating system since iPhone was first introduced.

Lina Gordaneer‘s insight:

This article covers how to disable the panning wallpaper, how to have your contacts show up with the full name, how to tweak your notification center- and my favourite tip- how to close apps (I was wondering how to do that!). Also covered are how to disable the passcode and the refresh apps settings (which drains your batteries) and how to make your text more readable. Very handy stuff!

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