So many terms and processes that everyone else seems to just now – right!

When you don’t know where to start – Start here.

Tech Savvy Basics will show you (not tell you), but SHOW you:

  • How and Why to use the right Web Browser
  • What is The Cloud? and How to use it
  • Easy tech tools to format images for your online blog, course, digital product, business etc.
  • Easy to understand Videos with Demonstrations for Mac and Windows users (with Captions)
  • Cheat Sheets (listing step by step what to do)
  • Transcripts of all the video’s

Modules

  • Welcome
  • Course Outline & Objectives
  • FAQ’s
  • Need Help?
  • Resources

Using one of the best web browser apps is essential to having a good browsing experience.

Below are a few I recommend and one that I don’t.

In this lesson I discuss the benefits of each and how to download them for either a Mac or Windows device for Desktop, Laptop, Tablets and Smart Phones.

Recommended Browsers:

  • Google Chrome
  • Microsoft Edge
  • Mozilla Firefox
  • Apple Safari

Not Recommended as it has been superseded by Microsoft Edge and no longer updated or supported.

  • Internet Explorer

Saving your files in “The Cloud” is essentially another way of saying and using cloud storage.

In this lesson I’ll discuss the more popular cloud storage options and explain what “The Cloud” really is.

  • Google Drive
  • iCloud
  • Dropbox
  • Microsoft OneDrive
  • Amazon Web Services
  • External Storage Options

Note Taking and productivity apps have come such a long way since the FiloFax diary.

Do you remember those?  The old paper and pen method of remembering everything.

These days there are quite a few options, and the best for you just depends on how you like to work.

In this lesson I’ll demonstrate pro’s and cons for each of the below to give you a few different ideas you may like to try out for yourself.

  • Digital Planners
  • ClickUp
  • Notion
  • Microsoft OneNote
  • Mac Note
  • Evernote

Whether you want to capture a diagram or image for your research as a writer or blogger, or for use in creating images and video’s for your online course, digital product and blog, there are many ways to action this.

In this lesson I’ll demonstrate a few of my favourite options and why I like them, and how I use them every day.

  • Snagit
  • Snip
  • Canva

Extra's

  • All the lessons contain video tutorials so you can follow along in real time
  • Plus each video has captions if you want to follow without the sound
  • Under each video is a full transcript and a checklist for a quick reference “How To”
  • All the lessons contain video tutorials so you can follow along in real time
  • Plus each video has captions if you want to follow without the sound
  • Under each video is a full transcript and a checklist for a quick reference “How To”

What is Web Hosting? and when do you need to understand it?

    • If you want to setup your own website you’ll need at a minimum:
      • a domain
      • email for your domain
      • a website
    • This bonus I’ll discuss with you a few of the more popular options for websites.

 

The difference between WordPress.com and WordPress.org and why you need to know this.

    • This is not always obvious and is important to know the distinction as the type of online presence and volume of traffic you one day expect can be affected by your choice.

Want to create an online course and not sure where to start with which software you need?

    • Which online course software you use is very dependent on the type of hosting and website you go with, so I’ll take you through some options and my lessons learned on this journey over the past 5 years.
    • You’ll be more informed and ready to make

Pre-Launch Sale ends Sunday 31st October, 2021     |     Access to course Monday 1st November, 2021

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Now I’m using my experience to create Digital Products and Online Courses to help you become your best Tech Savvy self

Hey there, I’m Kylie.

I’ve been involved and enjoyed working with Technology (software and applications) for over 30 years now either learning myself, or implementing for small business & large corporates and teaching users how to use that tech.

Over the years I’ve been very successful at implementing and teaching others how to use various applications and software and was often head hunted as a consultant in The United Kingdom, The Republic of Ireland, New Zealand and my home country of Australia.  In fact, I was able to spend 20 years travelling and living where ever I wanted because of my skill and experience.

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