Ask the Organizer: How do you organize your iPad?

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Ask the Organizer: How do you organize your iPad?
I really like me iPad. I want to use it more and more and eventually {in a pinch} use it in place of my laptop.
When I first bought it one year ago I wrote a post about Why I like the iPad Notes Feature.
Today I want to share with you how I organize the apps and ebooks on my iPad.
1. Sending pictures to my computer
finally figured out how to get my photos OFF of the iPad. Using an apple cable I can connect the iPad to my computer and transfer the photos to my computer.
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2. Sending my eBooks to my iPad.
I buy and read A LOT of eBooks. I prefer to read them on my iPad through the Kindle app. I thought to do that, I had to buy the book through Amazon. BUT YOU DON’T!!
There is an app called send to Kindle that you can download on your PC. Once the app is installed, go to the eBook you want to send to your Kindle and right click on the book. The send to Kindle app will be a clickable choice.
3. Take some time to organize your apps!
I have 3 pages of apps. The first page is family related.
This page is business related.
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And the final page are apps I haven’t started using yet, or I use less frequently.
So, what about you? I know there a MILLION more ways I could use my iPad. What is your favorite?
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Lisa Woodruff is a professional organizer, author and speaker. Over the past 15 years Lisa has created systems and encouraged hundreds of women as they have organized their time, home and businesses.

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  1. I am still fairly new to my iPad, however I create folders for specific purposes. For example, I have a folder called productivity and within that folder I have my calendar app, my notes, my printer icon, my calculator and any other items I may use to be productive. I have another folder called social media, one called faith (where i keep my devotional apps), etc.

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