Q&A: Ask The Post's Help Desk about the technology in your life – The Washington Post

We launched Help Desk almost a month ago to help you best navigate the technology in your lives. So far, we’ve received hundreds of questions (thank you) and we’re keen to answer them through our weekly Ask Help Desk column.
Have a question about the products, services and apps you use every day? What about technology in the workplace? The Post’s Help Desk team — Danielle Abril, Tatum Hunter, Heather Kelly and Chris Velazco — answered your questions on Friday. Here are some of the questions they answered:
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Teddy Amenabar, an editor on The Post’s audience team, produced this Q&A.
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