Did you recently purchase your first Research In Motion Ltd (NASDAQ:BBRY) smartphone? If so, you are just like many who are giving this brand a chance. With the Z10 and Q10 picking up momentum, a growing number of people are looking to get their hands on one of these devices.
No matter if you are new to BlackBerry or have been relying on the brand for many years, you may need a little bit of help when it comes to using the device. While the booklet that came with your smartphone is a great help, you don’t have to stop there. Instead, you can turn directly to the Research In Motion Ltd (NASDAQ:BBRY) BlackBerry blog for assistance.
Recently, the company posted this blog: Five Tip Friday – BlackBerry 10 Typing Tips
As you can see, the name says it all. With this blog post, BlackBerry is hoping to help those who are not sure of how to type on their new device. While you may think this is easy enough to figure out on your own, there are others who don’t know what they are doing and need a little bit of assistance.
It may sound crazy to take typing tips from Research In Motion Ltd (NASDAQ:BBRY) BlackBerry, as opposed to learning on your own, but you never know what you are going to pick up along the way. This is particularly true if you have never used a BlackBerry device in the past.
So, what types of tips are you going to receive when you turn to this smartphone company? Here are the five areas covered:
1. Inserting Accented Characters & Symbols
2. Turn on CAP Lock
3. Enable and use predictions
4. Create Text Shortcuts
5. Add unique terms to your personal dictionary
Even if you only pick up one tip directly from Research In Motion Ltd (NASDAQ:BBRY), it is better than nothing. This will go a long way in helping you better your typing experience.
It is nice to see BlackBerry putting in so much time as it attempts to personalize the company and stay in touch with its users. Tips like these can really help people who are new to BlackBerry or who have not used one of these devices for a long time.
Research In Motion Ltd (NASDAQ:BBRY) is definitely pulling out all the stops in an attempt to win over consumers.