Tuesday, March 16, 2021

Disable AdSense reporting to an Analytics view - AdSense Help [gg-adsense-en]

Disable AdSense reporting to an Analytics view

The AdSense data that is linked to your Analytics view is visible to anyone with access to those views in your Analytics account. If you're concerned about users on your Analytics account having access to your AdSense data, you can disable AdSense data for individual views.

To disable AdSense reporting to a view:

  1. Sign in to the Analytics account you've linked to AdSense.
  2. Click the Admin tab.
  3. In the "Account" column, select your AdSense account.
  4. Click AdSense linking.
  5. In the "Analytics property" section for the view that you want to disable reporting to, under "Usage in Analytics," clear the checkbox next to the view's name.
  6. Click Save changes.

After you've disabled AdSense reporting to a view, the message "This report requires AdSense to be enabled for this view" is displayed on the Standard Reporting tab in Analytics when you try to run an AdSense report for that view.

Create, name, or copy a site - Sites Help [gg-sites-en]

Create, name, or copy a site

You can create a website for personal or business use with Google Sites.

Tip: This section is for new Google Sites. Get help with classic Google Sites.

Create & name a Google site

  1. On a computer, open new Google Sites.
  2. At the top, under "Start a new site," select a template.
  3. At the top left, enter the name of your site and press Enter.
  4. Add content to your site.
  5. At the top right, click Publish to publish your changes.

Rename your site

  1. On a computer, open new Google Sites.
  2. Find the site you want to rename.
  3. Click More More and then Rename.
  4. Type the new name and click OK.

Add a title

  1. On a computer, open a site in new Google Sites.
  2. In the top left, click Enter site name.
  3. Type the name of your site.
  4. Press Enter or Return.

Make a copy of your site

  1. On a computer, open the site you want to copy in new Google Sites.
  2. In the top right, click More More and then Duplicate site.
  3. Under "File name," enter a name for your copied site.
  4. Optional: To change the location of the site, click Change.
  5. Click OK.

Tip: If your site is large, it may not copy.

Change or re-use a URL

You can change your site's URL, or re-use an existing URL that you own. 

 

Change your website's URL

  1. On a computer, open your site in new Google Sites.
  2. In the top right, next to "Publish," click the drop-down Down and then Publish settings.
  3. Under "Web address," enter your desired URL. 
  4. Click Save.

 Re-use an existing URL that you own

If you want to use a web address that's currently in use or has been used in the past by a site that you own, change the URL of the existing site before assigning it to a different site. 

Step 1: Change the address of the existing site

  1. On a computer, open the site with the URL you want to reuse in new Google Sites.
  2. In the top right, next to "Publish," click the drop-down Down and then Publish settings.
  3. Under "Web address," enter a different URL. 
  4. Click Save.

Step 2: Reuse the address for a different site

  1. Open the site you want to use the URL for. 
  2. In the top right, click Publish
  3. Under "Web address," enter a URL. 
  4. Click Publish. The URL is now assigned to your new site. 

Tip: To reuse a URL that you own, you can also permanently delete the existing site before assigning the URL to a different site. Learn how to permanently delete a site.

Classic Google Sites

Tip: This section is for classic Google Sites. Get help with new Google Sites.

Change your web address

You can't change your web address, but you can create a copy of your site and move it to a new web address.

Tip: You can only copy sites you own.

  1. On a computer, open a site in classic Google Sites.
  2. At the top right, click More actions Settings and then Manage site.
  3. Click Copy this Site.
  4. Next to "Site Name," enter a name.
  5. At the top, click Copy.
  6. Optional: You can now delete the old site.

What’s new for enterprise in iPadOS 14 - Apple Support

What's new for enterprise in iPadOS 14

Learn about the enterprise content that Apple has released for iPadOS 14.

iPadOS 14 updates improve the stability, performance, or compatibility of your device and are recommended for all users. Device administrators can manage software updates using an MDM solution. 

For information about general improvements, learn about iPadOS 14 updates.

iPadOS 14.4

  • Resolves an issue that prevented Quick Look from displaying password-protected Microsoft Office files.
  • Applications built with the Xamarin framework and installed via MDM will no longer fail to launch.

iPadOS 14.3

  • Resolves an issue that could cause AirPrint devices to not appear when managing printers with a configuration profile.
  • Devices will correctly prompt users to change their password after the defined Maximum passcode age from the Passcode Payload has lapsed.

iPadOS 14.2

  • When MDM defines a network via a Wi-Fi settings payload and disables the MAC address randomization option, the Private Address feature can no longer be manually enabled by users.
  • If the Global HTTP Proxy payload is configured to not allow direct traffic as a fallback, devices will no longer allow direct traffic when the PAC is unreachable. 
  • When a Private Address in enabled for a wireless network, the hardware MAC address will no longer appear in ARP traffic.

iPadOS 14.1

  • Always On VPN configurations without the CellularServices service will now connect to VPN over cellular. 
  • Third-party file provider applications will no longer show "Content Unavailable" in the Files app. 
  • Third-party VPN apps successfully reconnect following a network transition.

iPadOS 14

iPadOS 14 includes new features like per account VPN, single sign-on enhancements and other device management improvements. 

Device Management

  • The Installed Application MDM query minimizes impact on device load by specifying an array of items to return.
  • iPadOS 14 introduces a new Wi-Fi privacy feature. When an iPad connects to a Wi-Fi network, it identifies itself with a randomized MAC address. The MAC address randomization behavior only generates a new MAC address once for each WiFi network a device joins. A new random address will only be generated for a known network following "Reset Network Settings", "Erase All Content and Settings", or "Reset All Settings" actions. For networks defined by a Wi-Fi settings payload, this can be disabled with the DisableAssociationMACRandomization option.
  • The Setup Assistant settings payload allows for a list of setup items that can be skipped following automated enrollment and future updates. 
  • Managed apps can now individually be identified as unremovable by the user. 
  • Fonts installed via configuration profile will only be visible to apps implementing the Font APIs introduced in iPadOS 13. 
  • Devices now return correct DeviceCapacity values to the DeviceInformation MDM query
  • Web Clips installed by MDM will open in the specified app without prompting for user approval. 
  • Reinstalling an Exchange ActiveSync payload on a device will not cause a prompt for authentication. 
  • A device can successfully update to iPadOS 14 via MDM while in Single App Mode. 
  • Apple Configurator can now modify the home screen layout for iPadOS devices. 
  • For an account configured with the Exchange ActiveSync payload, the server returned via AutoDiscover will be ignored if a server is specified in the profile with the Exchange hostname key. 
  • You can upload a file from a managed source to a managed domain in Safari. 
  • The ListAvailableUpdates MDM command is only valid on supervised devices.

Mail

  • Exchange accounts on iPadOS 14 configured for OAuth with Microsoft cloud-based services (such as Office365 or outlook.com) will automatically be upgraded to use Microsoft's OAuth2 identity platform (v2.0).
  • Emails for Exchange calendar invitations that contain notes will no longer result in "This message is only partially downloaded" message. 
  • The sending account will not be auto-updated from a managed to un-managed account when composing a new email. 
  • Fixes an issue in Mail where new messages may not appear in the Inbox.
  • Mail no longer prompts repeatedly when the account password has changed. 

Bug fixes and other improvements

  • If an IKEv2 VPN payload omits any values in Dynamic SA parameters, the defaults in iPadOS 14 will be set to:
    • NEVPNIKEv2EncryptionAlgorithmAES256
    • NEVPNIKEv2IntegrityAlgorithmSHA256
    • NEVPNIKEv2DiffieHellmanGroup14
  • CryptoTokenKit now includes support for persistent tokens. Persistent tokens allow third-party extensions to use cryptographic items stored on a Smart Card or networked hardware security module (HSM). 
  • Safari displays a warning when connecting to websites that use TLS v1.0 or v1.1. 
  • Addresses an issue that could cause a device to become unresponsive when initiating an AirPlay mirroring session with an Apple TV.
  • Fixes an issue that prevented VPN connections from reconnecting 
  • Resolves an issue that could cause the Contacts app to quit unexpectedly if more than one source account is set up.

Information about products not manufactured by Apple, or independent websites not controlled or tested by Apple, is provided without recommendation or endorsement. Apple assumes no responsibility with regard to the selection, performance, or use of third-party websites or products. Apple makes no representations regarding third-party website accuracy or reliability. Contact the vendor for additional information.

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Use Analytics with your site - Sites Help [gg-sites-en]

Use Analytics with your site

You can collect basic data from your website with Analytics.*

Tip: This section is for new Google Sites. Get help with classic Google Sites.

Step 1: Get an Analytics Property ID

  1. If you don't already have one, sign up for an Analytics account.
  2. Find your Analytics Property ID.

Step 2: Add the Analytics Property ID to your site

  1. On your computer, open a new Google Sites.
  2. In the top right corner, click Settings Settings.
  3. In the "Settings" window, go to Analytics.
  4. Enter a valid Analytics Property ID. It should look like: "UA-XXXXXX-X" or "G-XXXXXXX."

It can take up to 24 hours for data to show up in Analytics.

Step 3: See your data

  1. Open Analytics.
  2. View your data. Find out how to use Analytics.

Tip: Publishing a custom path to a page or renaming a page will create a new URL and might affect data tracking with Analytics.

Classic Google Sites

Tip: This section is for classic Google Sites. Get help with New Google Sites.

Use Analytics with your site

Add Analytics tracking

  1. On a computer, open a classic Google Sites.
  2. Click Settings Settings and then Manage site.
  3. Under "Statistics," click the Down arrow Down arrow and then Use Universal Analytics.
  4. In the text box, under "Analytics Web Property ID," enter a valid Analytics Property ID. It should look like: "UA-XXXXXX-X." To use a Property ID that begins with "G-XXXXXXX," you must convert to new Sites.
  5. At the top, click Save.

It can take up to 24 hours for data to show up in Analytics.

* Please note that Analytics is not subject to the Data Processing Amendment to Google Workspace. Please see the Google Analytics Data Processing Terms for more information.

Insert or delete images & videos - Computer - Docs Editors Help [gg-docs-en]

Insert or delete images & videos

You can add or remove photos, videos, or .gif files in Google Docs or Sheets. In Google Slides you can add photos, videos, or audio.

Add an image to a document or presentation

  1. On your computer, open a document or presentation in Google Docs or Slides.
  2. Click Insert and then Image.
  3. Choose where to get your image from.
    • Upload from computer: Insert an image saved on your device.
    • Search the web: Search the web for an image.
    • Drive: Use an image saved to your Google Drive.
    • Photos: Use an image from your Google Photos library.
    • By URL: Insert a link to your image or insert a .gif.
  4. Click Insert or Open.

Learn how to add images in Sheets.

Position & edit an image in a document 

  1. On your computer, go to Google Docs.
  2. Open a document.
  3. Click an image you want to move or edit. A pop-up window will open below with editing options.
  4. To change your image's layout, select an option:
    • In line 
    • Wrap text 
    • Break text 
  5. If you selected "Wrap text" or "Break text," you can change the position to:
    • Move with text
    • Fix position on page
  6. For more options, click Image options More and then All image options.
  7. In the sidebar on the right, select an image option:

    • Size & Rotation: Set the size, scale, and rotation of your image.

    • Text Wrapping: Set how your image interacts with the text around it.

    • Position: Set the position for your image in the document. 

    • Recolor: Change the color of your image.

    • Adjustments: Set the transparency, brightness, and contrast of your image.

Add an image from your desktop or the web

Drag an image

Important: This feature isn't available for Google Sheets.

  1. On your computer, click an image on your computer or a website.
  2. Hold and drag the image into your document.

Copy & paste an image

  1. On your computer, right-click an image on your computer or website.
  2. Click Copy 
  3. Go to your document, presentation, or spreadsheet.
  4. Click Paste Paste.

Tip: It may take a moment for your image to open.

Replace an image
  1. On your computer, open a document or presentation in Google Docsor Slides.
  2. Right-click an image you want to replace.
  3. Click Replace image.
  4. Select where you want to get your image from:
    • Upload from computer
    • Search the web
    • Drive
    • Photos
    • By URL
    • Camera
  5. Choose an image.
  6. Click Replace or Select.

Learn how to replace images in Sheets.

Add a video to a presentation

  1. On your computer, open a presentation in Google Slides.
  2. Click the slide where you want to add the video.
  3. Click Insert and then Video.
  4. Select where to get your video from:
    • Search YouTube
    • By URL
    • Google Drive
  5. Choose a video.
  6. Click Select.
Play a video during a Google Slides presentation

Google Slides now automatically plays videos like other animation or slide transitions. 

To start a video and advance the slide, choose an option: 

  • Press any key
  • Click the mouse
  • Use a remote clicker
Tip: Update older presentations to automatically play in-format options, such as audio and video.
Change how a video plays in your presentation:
  1. Select the video.
  2. In the toolbar, click Format options.
    1. You can also right-click on the video, then from the menu, select Format options.
  3. In the sidebar, under "Video playback," choose an option:
    1. Play (on click): Video plays when you advance the slide. This is the default.
    2. Play (automatically): Video plays without any clicks.
    3. Play (manual): Video plays when you click specifically on the embedded video in the slide. This was previously the default.

Add audio file to a presentation

You can add .mp3 and .wav files stored in your Drive to a presentation. Learn how to upload files to Google Drive.

Tip: You can use .wav files from:

  • Chrome 
  • Firefox 
  • Safari
  • Microsoft Edge
  1. On your computer, open a presentation in Google Slides.
  2. Select the slide that you want to add the audio file to.
  3. Click Insert and then Audio.
  4. Choose an audio file.
  5. Click Select.
Share video & audio files in Google Slides

Access checker automatically suggests permissions for new users of presentations with:

  • Audio files
  • Video files

To ensure that a presenter can play a shared presentation embedded with video and audio files:

  1. On your computer, open a Google Slides presentation.
  2. Click Share.
  3. Add people or groups.
  4. Choose Editor, Commenter, or Viewer.
  5. Click Share.
    • Tip: Access checker is automatic and may suggest an update to permissions.
  6. Confirm changes.

Related article

Crop and adjust images in a document or presentation

Videos not appearing in embedded playlist - YouTube Help [gg-youtube-en]

Videos not appearing in embedded playlist

Some of the videos in your playlist may have had their embed option disabled by the uploader, or the video could have been age restricted. Private videos will also not play on your playlist unless they've been shared with you by the uploader. For best results, make sure that the content you've included contains only public videos that have the embed option turned on.

How to accept Apple Pay for your business - Apple Support

How to accept Apple Pay for your business

Learn what you need to let customers pay using Apple Pay at your business.

First, find your payment account details

Check your merchant account statement and terminal for the payment account details that you're using to accept credit or debit cards today:

  • Merchant account provider or Independent Sales Organizations (ISO)
  • Payment processor (Your payment processor and merchant account provider might be the same. For example, large volume or multi-location merchants are usually served by direct sales forces of the Payment Processor.)
  • Merchant account number or merchant ID (MID) 
  • Support number on your account statement or point of sale (POS) terminal 
  • POS terminal make and model 

If you don't know where this information is, you can learn where to find it

Learn how your business can accept Apple Pay

After you get the information above, call the support number for your merchant account provider on your statement or terminal and ask how to accept Apple Pay. Remember to ask if your terminal is NFC capable and if you can support Apple Pay. Then learn what to do next:

If your terminal is NFC capable and has the correct software

Make sure that your terminal works for each payment network (Visa, Mastercard, Amex and Discover), credit card, and debit card.

If your terminal is NFC capable but needs to be updated to accept Apple Pay

Your merchant account provider might update your terminal automatically, or you might need to make the update from your terminal. Contact your merchant account provider for help upgrading your terminal for each of the major payment networks.

Check the examples below to see some of the acceptance standards for Apple Pay on a few terminals and payment networks. For the current requirements for your terminal, please contact your Merchant Account Provider.

American Express

  • Software: ExpressPay
  • Contactless specification: 3.0
  • EMV specification: 3.0

Discover

  • Software: D-PAS
  • Contactless specification: 1.0
  • EMV specification: Any version of Kernel 6

Mastercard

  • Software: PayPass
  • Contactless specification: 3.0
  • EMV specification: 3.0

Visa

  • Software: PayWave
  • Contactless specification: VCPS 2.1.1
  • EMV specification: Any version of Kernel 3
     

The example shown above is for Ingenico Telium devices operating a minimum of RBA/UIA v12.x for contactless and RBA v 15.1.2 for EMV. The required terminal and network software version specifics can change depending on the terminal manufacturer, so the best way to get this information is to ask your merchant account provider.

If your terminal isn't NFC capable and you need to replace it to accept Apple Pay

See if your merchant providers offers a free terminal upgrade. In some cases, you might need to extend your agreement or contract to lease or purchase a new terminal.

Your new terminal should already have the latest software for each major payment network, so you can start accepting Apple Pay. Ask your merchant account provider to implement an EMV-certified terminal that collects CDCVM for the most convenient, fast, and secure payment experience. Learn more about EMV.

If you can't update your terminals or you get new ones

You might need to switch your merchant account provider to accept Apple Pay.

Create the best customer experience in your store

Help employees learn about Apple Pay and how it works in your store so that they can assist customers. And see how customers can use store and rewards cards with Apple Pay.

Order an Apple Pay signage kit

To let customers know that you accept Apple Pay in your store, you can order a signage kit that includes:*

  • Countertop cards
  • Decals and clings
  • Window posters
  • An employee training guide

This signage kit helps customers know that they can make safe, contactless purchases at your store using Apple Pay.

* Apple Pay signage kits are available only in the United States.

Contact us if you have issues using Apple Pay in stores

After some terminal updates, NFC might not work or you might not be able to use Apple Pay, even if it was previously working.

If Apple Pay stops working and you need help, contact us.

Get help finding your merchant account provider information

If you need to call your merchant account provider to see if you can accept Apple Pay, but you aren't sure where to find the information that you need, check the list below:

  • Merchant account provider: Your merchant account provider sends funds to your business checking account for credit or debit card transactions. To see who your merchant account provider is, find the statement that you use to make sure that you got the funds from customers who purchased goods in your store. That statement might be from your merchant account provider or one of the large payment processors that operate in the US. 
  • Payment processor: Your statement should have the name of your payment processor, but it might not have the name of your merchant account provider. 
  • Merchant account number or MID: Check your statement for your MID. Your merchant account provider or payment processor uses your MID to identify you. You might also find a support number to call on your statement. Some merchant account providers might have their own support lines, but others will route you to your payment processor.
  • Terminal make and model: This is the terminal that you use to swipe cards today. Your terminal can be from one of many terminal manufacturers: First Data, Ingenico, Verifone, Square, and Equinox. Check the front or back of the terminal to see the make or model. You might also find the support number for your merchant account provider or ISO on the terminal. 

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Information about products not manufactured by Apple, or independent websites not controlled or tested by Apple, is provided without recommendation or endorsement. Apple assumes no responsibility with regard to the selection, performance, or use of third-party websites or products. Apple makes no representations regarding third-party website accuracy or reliability. Contact the vendor for additional information.

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Can't sign up my domain for a Google service - Google Workspace Admin Help [gg-a-en]

Can't sign up my domain for a Google service

If you try to sign up your domain for a Google service such as Google Workspace or Cloud Identity, and you get an error message, here's what to do.

Which error message did you receive?

"This domain is already in use"

If you receive this message when trying to sign up for a Google service, it might be because:

  • You recently removed this domain from another managed Google account. It can take 24 hours (or 7 days if you purchased your account from a reseller) before you can use the domain with a new account.
  • You or someone in your organization already created a managed Google account with your domain. Try resetting the administrator password and we'll send an email to the secondary email you provided when you signed up, telling you how to access the account.
  • You're using the domain with another managed Google account that you own. If so, remove the domain from the other account.

Contact us

If none of these applies, the previous owner of your domain might have signed up for a Google service. Fill out this form and the Support team will get back to you within 48 hours.

"This domain has been registered and is in the process of ownership verification."

If you receive this message when trying to sign up for a Google service, it might be because:

  • You or someone in your organization already created a managed Google account with your domain and is in the process of domain verification. Try resetting the administrator password and we'll send an email to the secondary email you provided when you signed up, telling you how to access the account.
  • You're using the domain with another managed Google account you own. If so, remove the domain from the other account.

Contact us

If none of these applies, the previous owner of your domain might have signed up for a Google service. Fill out this form and the Support team will get back to you within 48 hours.

"This domain name doesn't exist yet."

You're getting this error message because the domain hasn't yet been registered with a domain host. You can purchase a domain when you sign up for a Google service.

If you already registered your domain name with a domain host, check that the spelling of the domain name you entered matches with the registered name. Keep in mind it can take up to 72 hours for Whois directories to be updated with your new domain ownership.

"Google does not currently support this domain name."

The domain that you're trying to sign up with isn't supported by Google policies. Please sign up with another domain name.

"Google Workspace does not currently support domains in this country."

The domain that you're trying to sign up with is in a country that Google doesn't support. For more information, see Countries or regions where Google Workspace is available.

Contact us

If you're still having problems signing up with your domain, contact us and our Support team will get back to you within 48 hours.

Use TalkBack to browse the web with Chrome - Google Chrome Help [gg-chrome-en]

Use TalkBack to browse the web with Chrome

You can get spoken feedback when you use TalkBack in the Chrome browser.

To learn more, complete the TalkBack tutorial.

Explore pages with reading controls

To cycle through the reading controls:

  1. In Chrome, open a page.
  2. Swipe down then up, or up then down, until you reach the setting that you want.
    • You can choose a setting like Headings, Links, or Words.
    • On some devices, you can also three-finger swipe.
  3. After you choose a reading control:
    • To move forward: Swipe down.
    • To move back with the chosen setting: Swipe up.

Reading controls in Chrome

  • Headings: Navigate by headings.
  • Links: Navigate by different kinds of links, like visited, unvisited, or active.
  • Controls: Navigate by controls like form fields, buttons, or menus.
  • Characters: Explore one character or one word at a time.

Add or remove items from reading controls

  1. Open TalkBack settings.
  2. Select Customize menus.
  3. Select Customize reading controls.
    • You can add items like lines, paragraphs, landmarks, or reset to default.

Explore pages with a keyboard

If you use an external keyboard with your Android device, you can use TalkBack keyboard shortcuts to navigate pages.

Read articles in simplified view

You can read some pages in a simplified view that focuses on the content.

  1. In Chrome, open a page.
  2. Go to More options: Swipe left once, then double-tap.
  3. Go to Settings: Swipe left several times, then double-tap.
  4. On the Settings screen, select Accessibility.
  5. Turn on Simplified view.

Tip: When simplified view options are available on a page, you hear a notification. Explore the screen toward the bottom to Show simplified view. To start, double-tap.

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Change your iCloud settings - Apple Support

Change your iCloud settings

iCloud settings lets you choose which apps on your device use iCloud to stay up to date. Learn how to change your iCloud settings, or turn off iCloud completely. 

When you turn on iCloud for an app, its information is safely stored in iCloud and automatically kept in sync across your devices. When you turn it off, the app will no longer connect with iCloud, so your data will exist only on your device. You can choose which apps on your device you'd like to use iCloud, or turn off iCloud completely. 


Choose which apps to use with iCloud

Learn how to find your iCloud settings on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch, Mac, or PC.

On your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch

  1. Go to Settings > [your name]. 
  2. Tap iCloud.
  3. Tap to choose which apps you want to use iCloud.

On your Mac

  1. Choose Apple menu  > System Preferences, then click Apple ID. If you're using macOS Mojave or earlier, you don't need to click Apple ID.
  2. Click iCloud.
  3. Select or deselect each app.

Some features aren't available or are listed differently in earlier macOS versions. 

On your Windows PC

  1. Open iCloud for Windows.
  2. Select or deselect each app. Learn more below. 
  3. Click Apply.

Some features aren't available on your PC, or are listed differently, depending on whether your computer has Microsoft Outlook 2016 or earlier installed.

iCloud Mail, Contacts, Calendars, and Reminders

If you have Outlook installed, use iCloud Mail, Contacts, Calendars, and Tasks in Outlook. If you turn off Mail, Contacts, Calendars, and Tasks, the iCloud information remains available in Microsoft Outlook, but it isn't updated iCloud and your other devices.

If you don't have Outlook installed, use iCloud Mail, Contacts, Calendars, and Reminders in your web browser on iCloud.com.

iCloud Reminders are called Tasks in Outlook 2016 or later.

Bookmarks

If you select Bookmarks, and your computer has Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox installed, click Options. Here you can select the Windows browsers whose bookmarks you want to keep up to date with bookmarks in Safari on your iOS, iPadOS, and macOS devices. Learn which browsers you can use with iCloud for Windows.


Turn off iCloud

If you sign out of iCloud (or delete iCloud), iCloud no longer backs up the information on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch. Learn more about what iCloud backs up. You can still back up your device from your computer.

To stop using iCloud on your devices, learn how to sign out of iCloud

If you turned on automatic downloads for music, app, or book purchases, your purchases are still downloaded to your devices.

Learn more

Information about products not manufactured by Apple, or independent websites not controlled or tested by Apple, is provided without recommendation or endorsement. Apple assumes no responsibility with regard to the selection, performance, or use of third-party websites or products. Apple makes no representations regarding third-party website accuracy or reliability. Contact the vendor for additional information.

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Import bookmarks & settings - Google Chrome Help [gg-chrome-en]

Import bookmarks & settings

You can switch browsers without losing your settings and all the bookmarks for your favorite websites. Depending on the browser you used, your settings can include the following info:

  • browsing history
  • default homepage
  • bookmarks
  • default search engines
  • saved passwords

Add bookmarks to Chrome

To import bookmarks from most browsers, like Firefox, Internet Explorer, and Safari:

  1. On your computer, open Chrome.
  2. At the top right, click More More.
  3. Select Bookmarks and then Import Bookmarks and Settings.
  4. Select the program that contains the bookmarks you'd like to import.
  5. Click Import.
  6. Click Done.
From the Google Toolbar on Internet Explorer
  1. Open Chrome.
  2. Go to google.com/bookmarks.
  3. Sign in with the same Google Account you used with Google Toolbar.
  4. On the left, click Export bookmarks. Your bookmarks will download to your computer as an HTML file.
  5. At the top right, click More More.
  6. Select Bookmarks and then Import Bookmarks and Settings.
  7. From the drop-down menu, select Bookmarks HTML file.
  8. Select Choose File.

From all other browsers

  1. On your computer, export your bookmarks from the browser as an HTML file.
  2. Open Chrome.
  3. At the top right, click More More.
  4. Select Bookmarks and then Import Bookmarks and Settings.
  5. From the drop-down menu, select Bookmarks HTML file.
  6. Select Choose File.

If you haven't created any bookmarks in Chrome, the bookmarks show up in the bookmarks bar.

If you already have bookmarks in Chrome, the bookmarks are in a new folder labeled "Imported."

On a Chromebook

  1. Open Chrome.
  2. At the top right, click More More.
  3. Select Bookmarks and then Bookmark manager.
  4. At the top left, click Organize.
  5. From the drop-down menu, select Import Bookmarks from HTML file.
  6. Upload the saved HTML.

Open your bookmarks

  1. At the top right, click More More and then Bookmarks.
  2. If you already had bookmarks in Chrome, look for a new folder named "Other bookmarks."

Learn more about saving, viewing, and editing bookmarks.

Get bookmarks on all your devices

Turn sync on in Chrome with the same Google Account on all your devices. By default, your bookmarks will sync on all of them.

Learn more about getting your bookmarks on all your devices.

How bookmarks are imported

If you didn't have any bookmarks in Chrome, the imported bookmarks appear in the bookmarks bar.

If you already had bookmarks in Chrome, the imported bookmarks are added to the "Other bookmarks" folder at the end of the bookmarks bar.

Learn more about using the bookmarks bar.

Move bookmarks to another browser

If you decide to use a different browser, you can take all your Chrome bookmarks with you.

  1. On your computer, open Chrome.
  2. At the top right, click More More.
  3. Select Bookmarks and then Bookmark Manager.
  4. At the top, click More More and then Export Bookmarks.

Chrome exports your bookmarks as an HTML file. Use this file to import your bookmarks into another browser.

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Change text, image, and video sizes (zoom)

You can change the size of text, images, and videos for one webpage or for all webpages.

 

Zoom in or out on your current page

Use the zoom options to make everything on a webpage larger or smaller.

  1. On your Android device, open Chrome Chrome.
  2. At the top right, tap More Organize and then Settings.
  3. Select Accessibility.
  4. Next to "Text scaling," drag the slider until you can read the example text comfortably.
    • Tip: To zoom in on pages that try to prevent zoom, check "Force enable zoom."

For more zoom options, learn how to use magnification.

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