She got an iPad Mini with 64 gigs and let her stepson get games and free apps for it. When she came to TNNA, she did not know that to turn the iPad on, all you had to do was open the case. Then she learned her iPad had the wrong case, which made it difficult to use all of the functions. What functions?
As Apple illiterate as Cheryl is, still she felt awkward asking knitCompanion guru Sally to show her how to use a mobile device. Overnight, Sally loaded knitCompanion onto the iPad and in the morning gave Cheryl kindergarten level instructions on how to use it.
Next, Cheryl was allowed to tap on knitCompanion and instead of having to rely upon Sami Seymour, a knitCompanion’s mascot sheep, she was given a tour of the app by Sally. It was like having a personal guide in a foreign country with your own driver. Thanks so much, Sally!