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Using iOS

Introduction

An example of using the G Suite service on an iOS environment is shown below.

The contents shown here have been confirmed to operate under the following environment.

  • Device: Apple iPad Air
  • OS: iOS 8.0

The contents may differ depending on the device.

Using email

Making the setting to read email in Gmail.

When using a Gmail app

  1. Launch the Gmail app.
    If you do not have Gmail app, download Gmail from the App Store.

  2. On the Google account log in window, enter Keio Apps ID and log in.
    Check Keio Apps ID by this method.
    Log in without entering a password.

  3. Log in to keio.jp on the keio.jp log in screen.

  4. After logging in, you can use the Gmail App.

Using Calendar, Contacts

An example of setting up Google Calendar and Contacts to be synchronized and usable from an iPhone or iPad is shown below.

Preliminary steps for use

  1. Tap the "Settings" icon.

  2. Tap "Mail/Contacts/Calendar" - "Add account."

  3. Tap "Google."

  4. Enter your Keio Apps ID and tap [Next].

    Check Keio Apps ID by this method.

  5. Log in to keio.jp on the keio.jp log in screen.

  6. Set up synchronization with other services.

    Synchronize Contacts, Calendar, and Memo.

    Note: As for Mail, if you are not using your Keio Apps ID as your email address, this should be changed to OFF. If you do not change it to OFF, when you send an email it will be sent with the From field showing your Keio Apps ID .

Using Calendar

  1. Launch Calendar.

  2. Check that the calendar contents are being synchronized.

Using Contacts

  1. Launch Contacts.

  2. Check that the contact contents are being synchronized.

Using Drive

  1. Launch Google Drive.
    If you do not have the Google Drive App, download Google Drive from the App Store.

  2. On the Google account log in window, enter Keio Apps ID and log in.
    Check Keio Apps ID by this method.
    Log in without entering a password.

  3. Log in to keio.jp on the keio.jp log in screen.

  4. After logging in, you can use Drive.

Last-Modified: November 11, 2016

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