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Aatul Palandurkar

Archive for the ‘Tips & Tricks’ Category

Objectives :
– How to delete a YouTube Channel permanently?
– How to delete a YouTube Channel?
– How to delete your YouTube Channel permanently?
– How to delete your YouTube Channel?
– How to delete my YouTube Channel permanently?
– How to delete my YouTube Channel?
– كيفية حذف قناة يوتيوب
– 如何删除YouTube频道
– Paano tanggalin ang isang YouTube Channel
– Hoe maak je een YouTube-kanaal te verwijderen
– Comment supprimer un canal YouTube
– So löschen Sie einen YouTube-Kanal
– एक यूट्यूब चैनल हटाने के लिए कैसे
– YouTubeチャンネルを削除する方法
– ಹೇಗೆ YouTube ಚಾನಲ್ ಅಳಿಸಲು
– Bagaimana untuk memadam Channel YouTube
– YouTube चॅनेल कसे डिलीट
– Как удалить канал YouTube
– Cómo eliminar un canal de YouTube
– วิธีการลบช่อง YouTube

 

This is how to delete your YouTube Channel quickly and easily in just one minute.

Make sure you really want to delete your channel because this process is irreversible.

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Objectives :

  • How to change editor full screen in NetBeans IDE?

NetBeans IDE is having a new and great feature where we can full screen the code editor window.

This small video tutorial shows how to change editor full screen in NetBeans IDE?

Being a trainer, I need to share screen with code and sometime only code nothing else. This is one of the most useful feature for me while teaching Java technologies and UI technologies such as HTML5, CSS, JS, etc. This is why I love NetBeans IDE a lot.

Hope this tutorial is helpful for you as well.

Objectives:

  • How should a trainer handle rude participants in a training workshop?
  • Do’s and Don’ts for Trainer

The ability to handle rude participants is critical to success as a trainer as each trainer has at one or the other time encountered rude participants. The participants who continue talking, who work on their laptops while you are training, who continuously attend calls on their mobiles, who flat out say you are wrong or you have no clue what it is to be in their shoes, participants who recline on their chairs as if they are in a lounge, who ask irrelevant questions…. the list is endless.

So, what can you do to prevent rude participants from derailing or hijacking a training workshop?

1. Do some pre-work to ensure a great learning environment: Many things impact a participant even before they meet you: how was the training need communicated to them? Do they think they NEED training? etc. Many times these are out of our control but I like to request clients to copy me on emails they send to the participants.

2. Invest some time in the beginning of the session establishing your credibility and getting them to articulate why they should invest their time learning what you are going to cover.

3. Set the training norms collaboratively upfront: your expectations from them, their expectations from you should be on the table and any misalignment needs to be handled. Here come issues like late to class, talking instead of doing assignments etc. Discuss course of action if someone oversteps the boundaries that you all have collaboratively set. Agree on how you will handle disagreements if any i.e. agree on how to disagree.

So, basically we attempt to pre-empt rudeness.

If after all of this, someone is rude, then we can take recourse to some of the following strategies:

1. Isolate what form the rudeness is taking: talking amongst themselves, asking irrelevant questions, negative body language, refusal to engage in any of the activities etc.

2. If the rude participants are in a group, split up the group by doing an activity in which you shift people around in the room. My favourite is to use numbers to divide people into groups as it ensures people who are sitting together are not in the same group.

3. Move the rude participants to the front of the room. Basically near you. Now shower them with your keen attention.

4. Redirect their attention by making them participate in the training activities. Use persuasion.

5. For one off comments, say “interesting point of view, lets discuss in the tea break”, and move on without getting affected.

6. If they are asking questions or expressing views, give the participant a patient hearing and try to see it from their perspective. Let them fully express themselves, then if the question is pertinent to the topic answer it. You can also ask for their permission to park the question and answer it later. If they feel heard they will allow that.

7. Be assertive. Tell them that while you appreciate their views, you have differing views. You could also say that since their concern is not the concern of the majority you will handle it post the session.

8. If time is not permitting then tell them you will discuss it with them in the break. Then do not forget to do so.

9. Do not let it get personal. It should not be your view vs. theirs. Ask other participants for their take on the issue / question. Then wrap up with summarizing the views.

10. Humour if used appropriately, can work wonders.

Hey folks, I know you all must be having great fun using WhatsApp. WhatsApp is all about chatting, sharing images and videos with all your friends, relatives and many others. This article will help you explore WhatsApp more and have more fun out of it.

Here are 10 tips, tricks and apps to get more out of your WhatsApp:

1. Hide “Last Seen” Timestamp

-WhatsApp shows a “last seen” timestamp by default. However, you can disable this time stamp on both iOS and Android. 

-For iOS users: all you need to do is go into Settings > Chat Settings > Advanced and set Last Seen Time stamp to Off.

-For Android users: third party apps such as Hide WhatsApp Status is there for help. It works by disabling your WiFi and data connection when you open WhatsApp.

2. Backup And Restore WhatsApp Chats

-WhatsApp allows automatic backups of your chats, however there is also a manual option to do it. 

-For iOS users: Settings > Chat Settings > Chat Backup, then tap Back Up Now.

-For Android users: Settings > Chat settings and tap Backup conversations to create a backup. To backup media you will need to use a file manager to copy the media folders in /sdcard/WhatsApp/Media. 

-However, if you want to restore a backup you will have to uninstall and reinstall WhatsApp. 

3. Lock Your WhatsApp

-For Android users: use WhatsApp Lock. 

-For BlackBerry users: use Lock for WhatsApp.

-You can then protect WhatsApp by a PIN (WhatsLock) or a password (Lock for WhatsApp). 

4. Create Shortcuts For Important Contacts

-For Android users: simply long press on the group or contact you want to create a shortcut for. Tap on Add conversation shortcut on the menu that pops up and you have shortcut right on your homescreen.

-For iOS users: third-party apps such as 1TapWA are there to help.

5. Stop WhatsApp Images from Appearing In Gallery Or Camera Roll

-For iOS users: go to Settings > Privacy > Photos and then turn the WhatsApp switch off.

-For Android users: create a .nomedia file in WhatsApp’s images or video directories by using a file explorer such as ES File Explorer (Navigate to the images or video folders, tap the ‘New’ button in the lower left, pick ‘File’ and create a file named .nomedia)

6. Change Your WhatsApp Phone Number

-You don’t need to uninstall and reinstall WhatsApp everytime you change numbers on the same phone.

-Go to Settings > Account > Change number. Enter your old phone number in the top field and then your new phone number in the bottom field and press Done. Verify your new phone number, and you’re good to go!

7. Install WhatsApp On An Android Tablet

-Get the latest version of the WhatsApp .apk. Then download SRT AppGuard. Install both.

-Run AppGuard first. Select WhatsApp from the Dashboard then press Monitor. At completion, scroll down and disable read phone status and identity under Phone calls. WhatsApp will now successfully run on your tablet.

8. WhatsApp Chat Heads On Android

-Using WhatsApp Chat Heads you can add chat heads for your conversations.

-The chat heads are also customisable, and come with specific LED colors, notification sounds and chat head colors for each of your contacts. 

-Advisory: The app requires root access. Plus, it’s also still in beta.

9. Get Messaging Statistics On Android

-WhatStat provides information on your ‘top’ friends, most active times of the day when your friends and groups use WhatsApp as well as message distribution for both one-on-one and group chats.

10. Get WhatsApp notifications On Desktop / Laptop

-You need to install Desktop Notifications on your Android phone. Install either the Chrome or Firefox extensions depending on your choice of browser. Link the extension to the app using the code provided and you’ll now get WhatsApp notifications on your desktop.

Source: EFY Times

Objectives :

  • What is APN Setting for Airtel USB Modem?
  • What is APN Setting for Idea USB Modem?
  • What is APN Setting for BSNL USB Modem?
  • What is APN Setting for Vodafone USB Modem?
  • What is APN Setting for Aircel USB Modem?
  • What is APN Setting for Tata Docomo USB Modem?
  • What is APN Setting for Reliance USB Modem?
  • What is APN Setting for Uninor USB Modem?

 

Airtel APN Setting :

Profile Name: Airtel
APN : airtelgprs.com
Access Number: *99#

Idea APN Setting :

Profile Name: Idea
APN : Internet
Access Number: *99#

BSNL APN Setting :

Profile Name: BSNL
APN : bsnlnet
Access Number: *99#

Vodafone APN Setting :

Profile Name: Vodafone
APN : www
Access Number: *99#

AirCel APN Setting :

Profile Name: Aircel
APN : aircelgprs
Access Number: *99***1#

Tata Docomo APN Setting :

Profile Name: Docomo
APN : tata.docomo.internet
Access Number: *99#

Reliance APN Setting :

Profile Name: Reliance
APN : rcomwap
Access Number: *99#

Uninor APN Setting :

Profile Name: Uninor
APN : Uninor
Access Number: *99#

Enjoy internet surfing now.


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