One my of my readers notified me this week that she is having a problem with the instructions regarding Multi-screens on page 110. The first set of instructions are:
- Tap on Lessons.
- Tap on Sunday School.
- Tap on Old Testament: Gospel Doctrine. If it has not been downloaded, you will have to tap again to open it.
- Tap on Lesson 1.
My reader said that she does not have a Collection called “Lessons” and therefore unable to find “Sunday School,” and “Old Testament: Gospel Doctrine.”
I informed her that it is because the Gospel Library has changed to conform with the “Come, Follow Me” curriculum, which came after the book went to the printer.
The introduction of my book in “How To Use This Book” on page xviii, I state the following, “Since technology changes at a blinding speed, a book on using technology or a how-to book on using an application is temporary at best. As technology changes, so do the applications that operate within the confines of the technology. New options become available, and often the placement of the options within the application are moved, combined, or deleted.
In addition, the hardware will also change to take advantage of the advanced technology. For example, the smartphones we use today will likely be very different than what we will be using in five years.”
I then explain that the book is designed to be principle-based; I suggest reading Section Five on UI Awareness to help understand the principles of using a digital device.
The recent change in the church curriculum is an example of the above statement.
As to the confusion regarding the Multi-screen example in the book. It is possible that you will not have a problem because you haven’t updated your Gospel Library software and therefore, you still have the old Collection structure.
However, if you find that you are having trouble with the Multi-screen instructions because the folders in the directions no longer exist, then substitute any folders and manuals you want. For example, Come, Follow Me/Sunday School/Come, Follow Me–For Sunday School/February/Matthew 4:Luke 4-5.
The purpose of the exercise in the book is to demonstrate how to create Multi-screens, though it would be nice to have the correlation, it is not important if what you are creating are not related.
Please remember, I am here to help with any questions you have. You can reach me by email, or leave a comment on my website. I will always respond and do whatever is necessary to help you. For example, once I sent a short video on how to perform a particular operation.
Thank you for your support.