Thursday, April 5, 2018

Updates to Pages, Keynote, and Numbers

Last week, Apple announced updates to their iWork apps, Pages, Keynote, and Numbers. The updates provide teachers and students with new ways to create and collaborate.


The Pages app offers beautiful layouts, media integration, and styling options. With the update, Pages added the ability to collaborate in real-time, create and use new shapes and icons, annotate within the document, and create digital books.


Keynote, the app of choice for creating presentations on iPad and MacBook Air devices, offers stunning animations and creative editing features, The update to Keynote added real-time collaboration, new shapes, and the ability to present a Keynote live to any number of devices (similar to the way Nearpod functions).


Once thought of as just a spreadsheet application, Numbers offers much more. Numbers can be used to plan presentations, collect data for a lab report, organize thoughts and ideas like a workbook, and more. The update to Numbers added real-time collaboration and new shapes.

All these updates require an update available through the App Store or our Self Service app.

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