As you may have noticed, another year draws. What you may have missed is all the tips and tricks we've packed into the Field Guides of 2018, and here are some of our favorite hackers and time-saving, from exporting Fitbit data to finding hidden Windows menus that we think are worth marking again.
1) Turn on the phone's one-handed keyboard
The phone comes with a built-in keyboard for easier one-hand operation, which we explained in our guide to using your oversized phone. Press and hold the command button (Android) or the emoji button (iOS) on the keyboard to find the alternative display mode.
2) Set quiet times for your inbox
In our post on taking control of your messages, we presented an Android app that you may not have seen called Silent for Gmail. It acts as a non-interference mode especially for your email messages. It's just on Android, but it's free and it's easy to set up.
3) Perform your e-mails in Outlook.com
If you prefer Microsoft's e-mail client, check out the Sweep feature we mentioned in our Outlook.com tip guide. Select a message in your browser, then click Sweep button on the toolbar to create a quick rule based on it – which will then filter out similar messages.
4) Turn off Apple Watch
We covered a whole host of Apple Watch tips this year, but here is one of the best: Put your hand over the laptop to mute it. You must enable this first, but via Tap My Watch Sounds and haptics and Cover the Mute in the Apple Watch app on the iPhone.  5) Find out what's really new on Netflix
The Netflix interface doesn't always make the best job of flagging what is really new on the platform from month to month, but Upflix for Android and iOS will, so you don't & # 39; Don't miss anything. We presented the app in our guide to amazing add-ons for your favorite tapes.
6) Get your browser to suggest password
There is now no excuse to use passwords that are easily guessed: In Our Guide to Making Passwords Right in 2018, we highlighted how Safari and Google Chrome can now suggest strong passwords when setting up new accounts, and remember them too.
7) Keeping the Clipboard History in Windows  The rollover in the update of Windows October 10, 2018 was a feature to expand the Windows clipboard history: From Settings, select System and Clipboard and Clipboard and turn on the history and sync features. If you need to retrieve the entire clipboard history, press the Win + V keys.
8) See the first app you've ever installed
What was the first app you ever installed on Android or iOS (or both)? As part of Gizmodo Memory Week, we told you how to find out and tap your profile picture Purchased in the App Store on iOS or My Apps and Games then Library