Did you know that you can customize your Temple email address by creating an alias? An alias is a nickname used to personalize your @temple.edu email address and you can have up to five email aliases for your account. An identifiable email address is easier to share with colleagues and students.
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Information Technology Services produces technology news items called TECH Bits geared primarily to Temple University faculty and staff. TECH Bits are distributed via e-mail on a weekly basis during the semester. An archive of these messages appears below. For more information about Temple resources, visit the Faculty or Staff websites.
Did you know that you can customize your Temple email address by creating an alias? An alias is a nickname used to personalize your @temple.edu email address and you can have up to five email aliases for your account. An identifiable email address is easier to share with colleagues and classmates.
As we start a new semester, please help spread the word about Temple’s technology resources available for students.
Take advantage of these resources available for Temple University students:
Office 365 & OneDrive Subscription
Are you ready? The fall semester is coming fast. If you have any technology needs, now is the time to get your requests in. Soon Information Technology Services staff will be busy assisting students. Below are a few items to consider:
Ever create a PowerPoint containing a number of slides that need editing before it’s ready to go? Instead of scrolling through slide by slide to edit, try organizing your slides into sections.
If you're working on a document in Word, Excel or PowerPoint 2016 and you're not sure about using a word or reference or particular terminology, stay in the program and try out Smart Lookup:
Highlight the word, right click and select Smart Lookup.
Highlight the word, click Review on the menu and then Smart Lookup.
To keep web browser performance running smoothly on your smartphone, it’s a good idea to periodically clear out the browser cache (pronounced cash). The cache is a holding area where your phone temporarily places web pages that you've viewed.
The web browser also saves cookies, such as your shopping preferences for various web sites, and a history of the web addresses you have visited.
As the cache fills up, it can slow down your browser's performance. To resolve this issue, do some digital housekeeping by following the instructions below: