- When privacy matters
- For your eyes only
- Clear the decks for weekend fun
- Give pic files unique weekend names
- Find your way anywhere
- Weekend answer man = Google txt
- What are you doing now? Twitter.com
- Meet up. Dodgeball.com
- Social networking. Bluepulse.com
- Social banking. PayPal.com
- Choose an accessory color
- Shop without the drop
- Follow the weekend's sports
- Be your band's groupie
- Directions to the next party
- Interrupting yourself with a fake call
- Check your lipstick and discreet pics
- Find something fast
- Find a movie, reserve a ticket
- Create and beam a discreet profile
- Get a reminder to place a call
- Find the next hot spot with Yelp
- Strike up a conversation
- Being spontaneous
- Night lights
For your eyes only
You may want to keep certain records, events, and contacts private (blocked out from prying eyes). If you’re out on a date and going to be spending the night, or hoping you might, take a few precautions to make sure your private items stay that way. Leave the privacy settings turned on (shown in Step 1) so it’s readily available. Then turn privacy on for events and contacts as you deem appropriate as shown in Step 2.
Step 1: Enable privacy
Step 2: Make a record private
- In Calendar, select an event in Day view, then select the Details button. Check the Private box.
The event now appears as masked (see below).
- In Contacts, select the contact, then select Edit > Details. Check Private.
- In Tasks, select the task and then the Details button. Check Private.
- You CANNOT make pics or videos private. Tuck away those photos of old flames before you start showing your date your photo albums.
- Don’t forget to make your own Contacts file private or at least remove your home info.