Thursday, November 11, 2021

Remove or report duplicate businesses from bulk uploads - Google Business Profile Help [gg-business-en]

Remove or report duplicate businesses from bulk uploads

Remove duplicate locations in your account

If you add a location that's already been verified in your Business Profile, Google marks it as a "Duplicate location" in your account. The duplicate location is not shown in Google Maps. 

If "Access needed" is listed on a location, someone else previously verified it. Request ownership of that Business Profile if you're authorized to manage it. 

Important: Once a location is removed, it can't be recovered. Update the location you want to keep with any crucial information from the location you want to remove. If the location you kept is unverified, you'll have to verify it, even if the duplicate location you removed was verified. 

Remove multiple duplicate locations

  1. On your computer, sign into Business Profile Manager.
  2. Go to Manage locations.
  3. Check the box for each location you want to remove.
  4. Click "Actions" Remove location.

Report duplicate locations on Google Maps

To report a duplicate location on Google Maps:

  1. On your computer, open Google Maps.
  2. Select the location you want to report as a duplicate.
  3. Click Suggest an edit.
  4. Click Close or remove.
  5. Click Duplicate of another place.
  6. If available, choose the right location from the list.
  7. Click Submit.

Update your business address

Important: Do not create a new Business Profile if your business's location changes.

If your business moves, you can update the address in your Business Profile. After you update the address, you may be asked to verify it.

When you update your address, you can enter your opening date and post from the new location.

If you want to update an address but you don't own the Business Profile, you can request access from the profile's current owner. 

You can also report incorrect addresses on Google Maps.

Someone else verified my bulk upload location - Google Business Profile Help [gg-business-en]

Someone else verified my bulk upload location

Locations have two types of users: owners and managers. Each location can only have one verified owner. Whoever verifies the business information for a location will automatically become the location's owner.

You'll see the status "Access needed" next to locations that have been verified by another user. For help on resolving this situation, see Resolve owner conflicts.

Change the settings of your AirPods and AirPods Pro - Apple Support

Change the settings of your AirPods and AirPods Pro

Learn how to change the name of your AirPods and change what happens when you double tap your AirPods (1st and 2nd generation), press on AirPods (3rd generation), or press and hold on AirPods Pro.

Name your AirPods

  1. Open your charging case.
  2. On your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch, go to Settings > Bluetooth.
  3. Tap the More Info button  next to your AirPods. 
  4. Tap the current name.
  5. Enter a new name for your AirPods.
  6. Tap Done.

AirPods settings on iPhone  

Change the press-and-hold action on AirPods Pro

AirPods Pro have three noise control modes: Active Noise Cancellation, Transparency mode, and Off. You can switch among all three noise control modes in Control Center or Settings.

By default, when you press and hold the force sensor on the stem of your left or right AirPod, your AirPods Pro switch between Active Noise Cancellation and Transparency mode. You can change which noise control modes the press-and-hold action uses:

  1. On your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch, go to Settings > Bluetooth.
  2. Tap the More Info button  next to your AirPods in the list of devices.
  3. Under Press and Hold AirPods, tap Left or Right, then make sure that Noise Control is selected.
  4. Select the two or three noise control modes that you want to use with press and hold. If both AirPods are set to change noise control modes, a change to the press-and-hold action settings on one AirPod applies to both.

You can also set the press-and-hold action to allow you to use Siri. In the AirPods Pro settings screen, tap Left or Right, then select Siri. You can have one AirPod set for Siri and the other set to change noise control modes.

 

Change the double-tap action on AirPods (1st and 2nd generation)

You can choose what you want to happen when you double-tap one of your AirPods (1st and 2nd generation) or press the force sensor on the stem of one of your AirPods (3rd generation):

  1. Open your charging case.
  2. On your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch, go to Settings > Bluetooth.
  3. Tap the More Info button  next to your AirPods.
  4. Select the left or right AirPod to choose which AirPod you'd like to double-tap or press for Siri, playing or pausing audio content, or skipping between tracks.

 

Turn Automatic Ear Detection on or off

By default, AirPods sense when they're in your ear and receive the audio from your device. AirPods also pause and resume playback when you remove one of your AirPods, or stop playback—and won't resume—when you remove both. When you have Automatic Ear Detection on and you're not wearing your AirPods, audio plays through your device's speakers.

When you turn off Automatic Ear Detection, these features are off and all audio plays to your AirPods whether or not you're wearing them.

 

Set Microphone to left, right, or automatic

There's a microphone in each AirPod, so you can make phone calls and use Siri. By default, Microphone is set to Automatic, so that either of your AirPods can act as the microphone. If you're using only one AirPod, that AirPod will be the microphone.

You can also set Microphone to Always Left or Always Right. You can also set Microphone to Always Left or Always Right to always have either the right or the left AirPod use the microphone even if you remove it from your ear or put it in the case.

Published Date: 
Helpful?
Character limit: 250
Maximum character limit is 250.
Thanks for your feedback.

Start a discussion in Apple Support Communities

See all questions on this article

Resolve owner conflicts - Google Business Profile Help [gg-business-en]

Resolve owner conflicts

Each location on Google can have only one verified owner. If you see the status "Access needed" in your account, this means another owner has verified this location on Google.

When you add a location that matches a live location with a different owner, it is treated as a duplicate and will be ignored when importing your spreadsheet.

You have several options to address this issue:

  1. Check within your organization to see who you may need to coordinate with, including agencies your company may have hired to manage on behalf of the business. Learn more about how to share ownership of a set of locations.
  2. Request management if you'd like to request a transfer of ownership from the current owner or to be added as a manager. Learn more.
  3. Remove the location from your account if you'd like the current owner to continue to manage the location. Learn more.
  4. Leave the location in this state if you only use it to run Google Ads location extensions. Learn more

If you claimed the location with a different account and have forgotten that account's username or password, visit the Accounts troubleshooter to get help.

How to use Siri on your Mac - Apple Support

How to use Siri on your Mac

macOS Sierra and later brings Siri to your Mac, with new capabilities designed just for your desktop. 

Siri icon

  

Like Siri on your other Apple devices, Siri on Mac is your intelligent personal assistant, helping you multitask and get things done. For example, while you work on a document, you can ask Siri to send a message to your coworker saying that the document is on the way—without having to stop what you're doing.

 

Here are some of the many other things you can ask Siri to do. You can also ask Siri, "What can you do?"

  • "Show the PDFs in my Downloads folder."
  • "How much free space do I have on my Mac?"
  • "Play the top 40 jazz songs." 
  • "What's the weather in Lake Tahoe?"
  • "Find tweets from José Bautista."
  • "Search the web for images of the Eiffel Tower."
  • "Show me all of the files I shared with Cecilia last week."
  • "FaceTime Victoria."
  • "Add Laura to my 10 AM meeting."
  • "Show my photos from yesterday."
  • "What time is it in Monterrey, Mexico?"
  • "Find coffee near me."
  • Starting with macOS Mojave, you can use Siri to play a sound on a device to help you find it. For example, if you turn on Find My iPhone for your devices, you can ask "Where's my iPhone?" or "Where's my Watch?"


Ask Siri

To ask Siri, take any of these actions, then just say what you need:

  • Click the Siri icon in the menu bar, Dock, or Touch Bar.
  • If Siri is already open, click the Siri icon or the microphone iconin the Siri window.
  • Press and hold the Command (⌘) key and Space bar until Siri responds.
  • Say "Hey Siri" on a Mac that supports "Hey Siri." On notebook computers that support this feature, the lid must be open.

If Siri doesn't close automatically, click the x button or swipe right to close.

If Siri doesn't hear or understand you

  • Make sure that you're using macOS Sierra or later
  • Choose Apple menu  > System Preferences, then check your microphone selection in Sound preferences or Siri preferences. Or test with a different mic, such as the mic in your AirPods or Apple Earphones. If you're using a Mac mini or Mac Pro, you must connect a mic for Siri to hear you.
  • If Siri seems to hear you but not understand you, make sure that your language and dialect are selected in Siri preferences.
  • If Siri can't connect to the network or asks you to try again in a little while, check your Internet connection.


Ask Siri to find files on your Mac

Siri makes it easy to find files on your Mac, using various criteria. For example, you can ask Siri to "search for all the documents I opened this month." Then show "just the ones titled lesson."


Keep Siri results where you can find them

You can keep important information provided by Siri right in Notification Center . So you can easily access sports schedules, Twitter feeds, files that are related to your big project, and much more.

Just click plus sign at the top of your Siri results. Your information will stay up to date, so you always know where to find game times, trending topics, or important documents.


Drag Siri results

You can drag some types of information found by Siri into a window or application on your desktop. For example, after asking Siri to find an image on the web, you can drag an image from the results into a Pages document:


Edit your Siri request

To edit your request instead of making a new request, double-click your words in the Siri window, then enter your changes from the keyboard and press Return.


Change Siri preferences

Choose Apple menu  > System Preferences, then click Siri. Or just ask Siri to open Siri Preferences. You can adjust settings such as the Siri keyboard shortcut, the gender and dialect Siri uses, and whether Siri gives voice feedback. And if you're using macOS Catalina or later, you can choose whether to delete Siri and dictation history.

Learn more about Siri preferences.


Learn more

Published Date: 
Helpful?
Character limit: 250
Maximum character limit is 250.
Thanks for your feedback.

Start a discussion in Apple Support Communities

See all questions on this article

Set criteria for ad blocking in Verification - Campaign Manager 360 Help [gg-campaignmanager-en]

Verification

Set criteria for ad blocking in Verification

Update Verification settings to specify criteria to block ads from serving to:

  • A list of flagged domains
  • Content classifiers
  • Geographic targets

Flagged domains

You can choose an existing list or set up a new one. Campaign Manager 360 will check this list whenever an impression is available. Campaign Manager 360 will prevent your ads from serving to flagged domains and send brand-neutral ads instead. Note that you can only change the flagged domain lists for campaigns that have had impressions recorded. You can include second level subdomains (like blog.example.com) but parent and subdomains cannot exist on the same list. If your list includes subdomains, and you wish to add their parent domain, the subdomains will be deleted. If your list contains a parent domain, and you wish to add its subdomains, you must edit or delete the parent first.

What are flagged domains?

Verification monitors the websites where your ads appear, or where they are about to appear. You can create flagged domain lists in Verification as a way to check whether your ads are serving to inappropriate or unwanted domains that are not right for your content. Verification sends you alerts when your ads appear on the wrong domains, or when they appear on a domain outside an approved list.

Using ad blocking, you can also enable campaigns to prevent your ads from serving to these flagged domains entirely. This effectively blocks your regular ads from all sites under those domains.

Block content classifiers

You can also select one or more content classifiers to specify content that should prevent Campaign Manager 360 from serving an ad to a URL. 

  • Adult
  • Derogatory
  • Downloads & file sharing
  • Weapons
  • Gambling
  • Suggestive
  • Violence
  • Profanity
  • Drugs
  • Alcohol
  • Tobacco
  • Politics
  • Religion
  • Tragedy
  • Transportation accidents
  • Sensitive social issues

Note that you can use allowed domains in conjunction with flagged content to pinpoint where your ads can serve. For example, you might want your ads to appear on a particular site (say, example.com) that contains adult content, but to be blocked from serving on any other site with adult content. In that case, you would block the Adult classifier as shown above, but add example.com to a list of allowed domains. 

Block geographic locations

You can select which geographic locations ads will be allowed to serve in. All others will be blocked.

Manage the apps that you use with Sign in with Apple - Apple Support

Manage the apps that you use with Sign in with Apple

When you use Sign in with Apple, you can sign in to participating third-party apps and websites with your Apple ID. Learn how to view and manage the apps that you use with Sign in with Apple.

View the apps using your Apple ID

To see a list of the apps that you're currently using with Sign in with Apple and manage your preferences for each one, go to Apple ID settings on your device or sign in to your Apple ID account page. Learn more about Sign in with Apple

On your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch

  1. Open the Settings app, then tap your name.
  2. Tap Password & Security.
  3. Tap Apps Using Your Apple ID.

On your Mac

  1. Choose Apple  menu, then click System Preferences.
  2. Click Apple ID, then choose Password & Security.
  3. Click Edit.

On the web

  1. Sign in to appleid.apple.com.
  2. Go to the Security section. Under Sign in with Apple, select "Manage apps & websites." 
  3. Select Manage.

Manage your apps

In your Apple ID account settings, you see a list of apps that you use with Sign in with Apple. To view the information you originally shared with an app, select any app in the list. You can also view a link to the app's Privacy Policy or Terms & Conditions.

If you chose to hide your email address from an app and use our private email relay service, you can turn off email forwarding to your personal email address. You can also choose to stop using your Apple ID with an app or website.

Turn off email forwarding

To stop emails sent by a particular developer from reaching your personal inbox, turn off Forward To, then select Stop. Emails aren't forwarded to your personal inbox unless you turn email forwarding back on.

Change your forwarding address

If you use Hide My Email with a developer, you can change the email address that receives forwarded messages from that developer. You can select any email address you have on file in your Apple ID account:

  1. On your iPhone, go to Settings, then tap [your name].
  2. Tap Name, Phone Numbers, Email, then tap Forward to under Hide My Email.
  3. Choose the address you want emails to be forwarded to.

When you choose the email address, this applies to email from all apps and developers using Hide My Email.

Stop using your Apple ID with an app

To stop using your Apple ID with an app, select Stop Using Apple ID, then choose Stop Using.

When you stop using your Apple ID with an app, you're signed out of the app on your device. The next time you visit the app or its associated website, you can either select Sign in with Apple to sign in again, or create a new account.

If you choose to use Sign in with Apple again, you're signed in to the same account you previously used. Some apps might let you create a new password for your existing account so you can sign in again without using your Apple ID.

Some developers might use Sign in with Apple to give you an account for more than one app. If that's the case and you turn off email forwarding or stop using your Apple ID for one app, it applies to all apps from that developer.

Published Date: 
Helpful?
Character limit: 250
Maximum character limit is 250.
Thanks for your feedback.

Start a discussion in Apple Support Communities

See all questions on this article
No comments:

About ad blocking - Campaign Manager 360 Help [gg-campaignmanager-en]

Verification

About ad blocking

Ad blocking prevents your ads from serving to inventory where you do not want them to appear. This way you can make sure your advertiser's brand does not appear in the wrong context.

You can set criteria for what counts as inventory where you ads should not appear, as follows:

  • Create a list of flagged domains where your ads should not appear.
  • Set content classifiers that indicate ads should not appear on a site if it includes the kinds of content you specify.
  • Select geographic regions outside which you don't want your ads to be served.

Instead of sending your regular ads to sites that qualify for ad blocking, Campaign Manager 360 sends transparent pixels or an empty VAST response.

To get started, specify your criteria for ad blocking in Verification, and then enable ad blocking in Trafficking. See the FAQ if you have questions.

Ad blocking is not supported for: click trackers, tracking ads, or impressions served to mobile in-app environments.​

How to specify ad blocking criteria

Currently, you can specify three criteria that will determine what inventory is undesirable for your ads:

 

  • Domains - You can choose an existing list of domains or set up a new one. Campaign Manager 360 will check this list whenever an impression is available. Campaign Manager 360 will prevent your ads from serving to flagged domains. You can also create a list of allowed domains where your ads will always be served, regardless of whether they trigger content classifiers. You can include second level subdomains (like blog.example.com) but parent and subdomains cannot exist on the same list. If your list includes subdomains, and you wish to add their parent domain, the subdomains will be deleted. If your list contains a parent domain, and you wish to add its subdomains, you must edit or delete the parent first.
  • Content classifiers - You can select content classifiers to prevent Campaign Manager 360 from serving ads to domains that have particular kinds of content. Set these at the account, advertiser, or campaign level, depending on how widely you want these classifiers to apply.
  • Geography targeting - You can select locations (any of DMA® Region, State/Region, or Country) in which you want your impressions to serve, so that Campaign Manager 360 will not serve ads outside these locations. Select locations at the account, advertiser, or campaign level, depending on how widely you want them to apply.

You make these choices in Verification Settings. Get started

How ad blocking works in Campaign Manager 360

When you enable ad blocking, here is what happens:

  1. When a request is made to Campaign Manager 360 to serve an ad, Campaign Manager 360 checks if the inventory matches your ad blocking criteria:

    • Is the inventory on a flagged domain (a domain where you don't want to show ads)?
    • Does it include undesirable content (content that matches a content classifier)?
    • Is it serving outside the geographic targets you've specified?

    (Ad blocking only affects display and in-stream placements, so Campaign Manager 360 only checks the domain for these placement types.)

  2. If it detects any of these conditions, Campaign Manager 360 does not send any of your standard ads—this applies to all sites, pages, and sub-domains under the domain. Instead, Campaign Manager 360 sends invisible content (a transparent pixel or empty VAST response).

Ad blocking is enabled in Trafficking on campaigns, and can be controlled for specific sites and placements within the campaign. 

How do you choose what to send to a domain that meets your criteria for ad blocking? Your options depend on the placement type.

Display placements

For display placements that trigger blocking criteria, Campaign Manager 360 blocks your regular ads and sends a transparent pixel instead. The user does not see any ad content. In fact, the user cannot even tell that a placement is there. The placement is transparent, so it looks exactly like the rest of the page. It has the same background color.

Billing and reports

Campaign Manager 360 logs these impressions as blocked impressions. These impressions count toward your ad serving fees.

In-stream video placements

For in-stream video placements that trigger blocking criteria, Campaign Manager 360 blocks your regular ads and sends an empty VAST response instead. The user will not see any video content from Campaign Manager 360.

The empty VAST response is valid, but has no content. This ensures that the video player will not show an error. Most publishers will choose another video ad from another advertiser once they receive the empty VAST response.

Billing and reports

Campaign Manager 360 does not log impressions for empty VAST responses, and there are no ad serving fees for these impressions.

Other placement types

Ad blocking does not prevent ads from serving to other placement types. Your regular ads will serve if the impression is eligible. Ad blocking only affects display placements serving to desktop and mobile web inventory and in-stream placements.

How ad blocking affects your campaign

  • Currently, ad blocking affects only standard ads on display placements and in-stream or VPAID creatives on in-stream video placements.

  • Ad blocking does not protect placements on mobile apps or interstitials. Ad blocking does not prevent delivery for click tracker ads or tracking ads.

  • Ad blocking does affect impression pixels that you might have assigned to track impressions on ads that are not served by Campaign Manager 360, if they are on display placements serving to desktop and mobile web inventory.

Pre-bid blocking

You can do pre-bid and post-impression blocking on different platforms as follows:

GDN

GDN placements do pre-bid blocking (exclusion) based on Verification settings. Note: The exception is when you have one GDN ad group that's mapped to multiple Campaign Manager 360 placements from different networks. In this case, GDN can't choose which settings to use.

Display & Video 360

You can do pre-bid blocking on all classifiers in Display & Video 360, with brand safety targeting.

Campaign Manager 360

You can do post-impression blocking on a subset of standard classifiers in Campaign Manager 360.

Why ad blocking is useful

Ad blocking is useful because you may not always know which particular site your ad will end up on for each impression. One common case is when you have placements on a network rather than a specific site. Networks can include many possible sites. Some of those sites might be wrong for your ads.

Another case is when your tags pass through multiple tag management systems, including bidding platforms. If you specify ad blocking criteria ahead of time, Campaign Manager 360 can use ad blocking to keep your ads off the wrong sites.

Ready to set up ad blocking? Start with our steps to specify blocking criteria.

Enable ad blocking in Trafficking - Campaign Manager 360 Help [gg-campaignmanager-en]

Verification

Enable ad blocking in Trafficking

Use this article to enable ad blocking on campaigns, sites, and placements in Trafficking.

At this point, you should have a list of flagged domains applied to your account. If needed, you can find steps to flag domains here .

Set up ad blocking in a campaign

  1. Open your campaign properties in Trafficking.

  2. Open the Verification settings section.

  3. Check the "Ad blocking" checkbox to enable ad blocking. (Uncheck this box if you ever need to disable ad blocking.)

  4. Under "Criteria," there should be a flagged list assigned to your campaign. If not, you'll need to click Manage flagged domains in Verification to set one up. For help flagging domains, see flag domains step in this guide.

  5. Save your campaign. In your campaign header, you should now see that ad blocking is set to "Enabled."

    • View exceptions: Even when a campaign uses ad blocking, some sites can disallow ad blocking in their site properties. If any sites disallow ad blocking, you will see two indications:

      • Campaign Manager 360 will offer a list of exceptions in the campaign header, next to "Enabled."

      • Campaign Manager 360 will show "NO AD BLOCKING" next to these sites and their display placements, in the "Name" column.
    • View brand-neutral ads: You can show or hide brand-neutral ads in your campaign. Next to the campaign search box, set "Brand-neutral ads" to Show if you want to see all the assigned brand-neutral ads and brand-neutral creatives in your campaign.

Update ad blocking settings on sites

If specific publishers or networks prohibit ad blocking, you can disable this option in that site's properties. To update ad blocking settings for a site:

  1. Navigate to the site's properties page from a campaign or go to Admin > Sites from the account level.
  2. Open the Verification settings section.
  3. Check or uncheck the option to Allow ad blocking on this site.
  4. Click Save.

Update ad blocking settings on placements

If a publisher doesn't allow ad blocking on specific placements, you can enable ad blocking for that entire site, but disable the feature for placements. To update ad blocking settings for a placement:

  1. Navigate to an existing placement or create a new one.
  2. Open the Verification settings section.
  3. Check or uncheck the option to Allow ad blocking for this placement.
  4. Click Save.

Reporting

  • Report Builder: View clicks and impressions on brand-neutral ads and brand-neutral creatives in your standard reports. Add the "brand-neutral" filter for both creative type and ad type in Report Builder.

  • Verification: View the number of blocked impressions for each flagged domain in your list. Display blocked impressions by choosing them on the "Columns" drop-down on the Overview page.) During the beta release we will only block on domains. We're developing additional blocking capabilities.

  • Active View and event tags (not supported): Active View and event tags are not supported for brand-neutral content. This means that for impressions on flagged domains, you cannot capture Active View metrics or log information for vendors with event tags.

Submit tax information for a disregarded entity - Google AdSense Help [gg-adsense-en]

Payments

Submit tax information for a disregarded entity

When completing your W9 tax form, make sure the "Name" line includes the legal name for which you'll be filing a federal tax return. The federal tax classification and taxpayer ID number should be associated with the legal name on the "Name" line.

If you're a single member Limited Liability Company (LLC) that is a disregarded entity, then the "Name" line on your W9 needs to be that of the owner of the LLC (who would file a federal tax return), and not the LLC business name. The tax classification and taxpayer ID number for the owner of a single member LLC that's a disregarded entity could be one of three options:

  • The owner is an individual/sole proprietor. In this case, please choose individual/sole proprietor as the tax classification and enter a SSN.
  • The owner is a corporation or partnership. Please choose corporation or partnership as the tax classification and enter an EIN.
  • The owner is a regarded LLC company (i.e., partnership, C corporation or S corporation). Please choose LLC as the tax classification and enter an EIN.

Select the appropriate combination for your situation and submit your tax information. If you have additional questions, reach out to your tax adviser or the Internal Revenue Service (IRS).

Request ownership of a Business Profile - Google Business Profile Help [gg-business-en]

Request ownership of a Business Profile

Get started

If a Business Profile on Google has already been verified and you're authorized to manage the profile, you can request ownership from the current profile owner. If you try to access a claimed multi-location profile, you can also verify as a site manager.

If you can't find a "Claim this Business" or "Own this business" link on the Business Profile, you're likely already an owner for the business. On your profile, search for a "You manage this business profile" badge.

Learn how to claim ownership of a Business Profile from a Product Expert:

  1. To find the Business Profile you want to request ownership of, use either of these methods:
    • Go to business.google.com/add.
      • Enter the name and address of the business, then choose it from the search results.
    • Find your business on Google Search or Google Maps.
      • Under the Business Profile, click Claim this business.
  2. Click Continue.
    • You'll get a message that says someone else verified the profile. If you're authorized to manage the profile, you can request ownership from the current profile owner.
  3. Click Request access and fill out the form.
  4. Click Submit.
Tip: The current profile owner will get an email that asks them to contact you and you'll get a confirmation email.
Service-area Business Profiles

To request ownership of a service-area business from the current Business Profile owner:

  1. Go to business.google.com/add
  2. Enter your business information.
  3. Click Continue.
  4. Complete the verification process.
    • Verification by postcard takes a few days. After you're verified, you'll get an "Owner conflict" dialog that indicates the location is a duplicate.
  5. Click Request access.
Tip: The current profile owner will get an email that asks them to contact you and you'll get a confirmation email.
Bulk-verified accounts

If you have a bulk-verified account, you can follow the storefront business instructions above or request ownership of an existing Business Profile:

  1. Upload the profile information via spreadsheet.
  2. In Business Profile, open the uploaded profile.
    • You'll get an "Owner conflict" dialog that indicates the profile is a duplicate.
  3. Click Request access.
Tip: The current profile owner will get an email that asks them to contact you and you'll get a confirmation email.

What to do after you've requested ownership

After you request ownership, the current profile owner has 3 days to respond. To check the status of your request, sign in to Business Profile or click the link in your confirmation email.

  • If your request is approved: You'll be notified by email and can manage the Business Profile.
  • If your request is denied: You'll be notified by email, and you can still suggest an edit to the profile. Also, you might be able to appeal the denied request.
  • If you don't hear back: If you don't get a response after 3 days, you might have the option to claim the profile yourself. To claim a Business Profile:
    1. Open the original confirmation email you received about your ownership request.
    2. Find your request and follow the instructions on-screen to verify. Alternatively, sign in to Business Profile, and look for a "Claim" or "Verify" button on your dashboard. 

Tip: The option to claim a profile is not always available.

Related resources

How to use the Force Touch trackpad - Apple Support

How to use the Force Touch trackpad

Learn about the Force Touch trackpad, its features, and how to use it.

Force click with Force Touch trackpad

The Force Touch trackpad lets you Force click by pressing on the trackpad and then applying more pressure. This allows you to take advantage of added functionality in many apps and system features on your Mac.

To see a video of a Force click, choose Apple menu  > System Preferences. Then choose Trackpad, click the Point & Click tab, and hover the pointer over the Look up & data detectors checkbox.

macOS Trackpad Preferences window


What you can do with a Force click

Here are some examples of what you can do with a Force click:

  • Look up: Force click text in a webpage or Mail message to see more information about the text from sources like Dictionary, Wikipedia, and more.
  • Addresses: Force click an address to see a Maps preview of that location.
  • Events: Force click dates and events to add them to Calendar. 
  • Flight numbers: Force click an airline flight number to get details about the flight.
  • Link previews: Force click a link in Safari or Mail to see an inline preview of the webpage.
  • Tracking numbers: Force click a tracking number in Safari or Mail to see shipping details in a popover.
  • File icons: Force click a file icon to see a Quick Look preview of the file's content.
  • File names: Force click a file name in the Finder or on your desktop to edit the file name.
  • Dock: Force click an app in the Dock to access App Exposé. This shows you all open windows for that app.
  • Mail: When composing a message with an image or PDF attachment, Force click the attachment to activate Markup. This lets you annotate the attachment.
  • Messages: Force click a conversation in the sidebar to see details and attachments, and Force click a buddy's token in the chat header to see their contact card in a popover. 
  • Reminders: Force click a reminder to see more details.
  • Calendar: Force click an event to see more details. Force click a meeting attendee to see their contact card in a popover. 
  • Map locations: Force click a location in a map to drop a pin there.
  • iMovie: If your iMovie Timeline has an animated map or globe, Force click the map or globe to access a Style menu.
  • GarageBand: You can use Force click in the following ways.
    • Force click a region to rename it
    • Force click a note in the Piano Roll Editor or Score Editor to delete the note
    • Force click an empty area of a software instrument track area to create an empty MIDI region
    • Force click an empty area of a Drummer track area to create a Drummer region
    • Force click an empty area of an Audio track area to add an audio file
    • Force click an empty part of the Piano Roll Editor or Score Editor to add a note
    • Force click the automation area of a region to add automation points at region borders
    • Force click a region while dragging to zoom in on the timeline
    • Force click the area below the last track header to open a New Track dialog


Other Force Touch trackpad features

  • QuickTime and iMovie: You can vary the pressure you use on fast-forward and rewind buttons. This will accelerate the speed at which you fast forward or rewind.
  • iMovie: When dragging a video clip to its maximum length, you'll get feedback letting you know you've hit the end of the clip. Add a title and you'll get feedback as the title snaps into position at the beginning or end of a clip. Subtle feedback is also provided with the alignment guides that appear in the Viewer when cropping clips.
  • Spotlight: You'll feel a notch when moving the Spotlight search bar back to its standard horizontal or vertical position.
  • Preview: You'll feel a notch when you align shapes, text, and other markup elements with each other. 
  • Photo arrowing: When you arrow through Photos in an Album or a Moment, you can apply additional pressure to go faster.
  • Rotate photos: In Photos, when you choose Crop and then rotate a photo, you'll feel a notch when the rotation of the photo is at zero degrees.
  • GarageBand: You'll feel feedback from your Force Touch trackpad when you do the following.
    • Move the Track Volume slider to the 0 dB position
    • Move the Track Pan knob to the center position
    • Reorder tracks to a new drop position
    • Move window borders to the point when windows appear/disappear
    • Move Track Header borders to the point when header elements appear/disappear
    • Move main application window to the point when Control Buttons appear/disappear


Change trackpad settings

To adjust the pressure you need to click your trackpad, follow these steps.

  1. Choose Apple menu > System Preferences.
  2. Click Trackpad.
  3. Click the "Point & Click" tab.
  4. Find the Click slider and adjust the slider to your preference. Note that the sound of the click changes with the click pressure setting.

To turn off Force click, deselect the "Force Click and haptic feedback" checkbox. This will disable the functionality described in the Trackpad preferences pane.

A few of the examples of what you can do with a Force click only work if "Force click with one finger" is active. You enable or disable this in the "Point & Click" tab under "Look up & data detectors."

On some Mac notebooks, you can turn off the sound of your trackpad's click by selecting Silent clicking.


Force Touch trackpad must have power to click

Your Force Touch trackpad doesn't click when it's turned off, because it needs power to provide haptic feedback (like clicks). This applies to Magic Trackpad as well as Force Touch trackpads built into Mac notebook computers.

Published Date: 
Helpful?
Character limit: 250
Maximum character limit is 250.
Thanks for your feedback.

Start a discussion in Apple Support Communities

See all questions on this article
No comments:
Newer Posts Older Posts Home

Search This Blog

Review guidelines for customizing a number format [MS]

Review guidelines for customizing a number format Excel for Microsoft 365...