Hello! The chill in New York provided us the perfect excuse to curl up with a blanket and a pot of tea while making sure the last of our accounts with an authenticator app as a second factor had those authenticator apps configured on both our current phones and backup phones. One of Liz's accounts is an unused Snapchat namespace grab (an account that goes entirely unused but exists so no one else can use Liz's most commonly used username), and Liz was particularly unhappy to have to download the Snapchat app and temporarily give it camera access just to reconfigure two-factor authentication.
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Tip of the week
If you want to upload a photo from your phone to a service like social media or email, there are usually two ways to do it: you can open the service's app and access your photo library or camera from there, or you can take a photo and use your phone's "Share" feature to send it to the service. Sharing a photo via the first approach will often prompt you to give the app direct access to …