Out-of-office automatic email replies are useful to let people know that you aren't viewing or responding to your emails because you are on vacation or away for any other reason. Every email provider worth its salt has the option somewhere, including Outlook. If you use Outlook to manage other emails like your Gmail or iCloud accounts, you should go directly to the source to set up an out-of-office reply (i.e. log in to Gmail to set up automatic replies for that account).
YouTube is a popular platform for sharing videos with family and friends, or the internet at large. In fact, just like on Instagram and Twitter, many people have careers as "influencers" that drive people toward products. Whatever the case, if you want to share videos on a regular basis you'll want to create a YouTube channel for yourself. It may sound daunting but you can open a channel and start sharing your vids in just a few minutes, and you can do it all from your iPhone. Here's how:
Instagram offers a variety of options for customizing your visual brand, except for fonts - it has just one. Luckily there are plenty of resources to remedy this and give your captions and comments a little more personality. An easy on-the-fly solution is to use a web tool like Instagram Fonts or LingoJam. Here's how to do it right from your iPhone or iPad:
The Do Not Disturb feature on your iPhone allows you to silence calls and notifications when you do not want to be bothered. You can manually enable Do Not Disturb from your Control Center when you are at the movies, relaxing or in a meeting, or you can schedule a recurring time, like when you typically go to bed. You can also choose who can and cannot contact you when Do Not Disturb is enabled.
The out-of-office reply is a handy feature that lets you respond to emails automatically with a message saying that you are out of the office, or anything else you want it to say. Just about every email provider offers this feature, though Apple's Mail app does not have the option - you have to set it up on your Mac with Mail rules, and they are client-side, which means your Mac has to be on the whole time you are away in order to respond with your message.