I am a father, and I love my children.
But, I know there are times when I have to do things to help them.
My husband and I recently switched to a new company, and we have a web presence.
We want to have more control over the web experience, so I created a few Dots icons to do just that.
We can easily use these icons to quickly toggle the display of Dots.
The app does the rest.
When we need to control the home page of the Dots app, we just click the icon, and the DOTS home page is instantly updated.
We do this with two taps.
I want to use my husband to control my son’s access to my daughter’s social media accounts, but that can be a bit difficult when I’m away.
I’ve been working with my son, who’s about 4 years old, to make sure he is comfortable on our new website.
When I’m in the office, my son is a bit of a dork, but he’s also the most loyal parent.
When he needs to see a page, he’s willing to take the time to scroll down to check it out.
But when I go home and my husband’s computer is on, he can’t get on there.
He gets frustrated, and he doesn’t know why.
He tries to use the Dot icon to toggle to another page.
But that just shows me how hard he’s working to get his son to click.
The Dots icon helps him to control his son’s web access, and even helps him get things done on the computer.
The icon has a number of settings, so you can adjust how fast it refreshes the Dats web page.
When the icon is in the “on” position, Dots will refresh the page as quickly as possible.
If you hover over the D-Pad, the Dodes icon will appear on the right side of the screen, and you can click and drag to change the speed of the refresh.
If the icon isn’t in the icon’s position, you can choose to “uncheck” it.
I love that I can easily toggle the Dogs web access on and off at will.
You can also configure Dots to automatically hide Dots if the home screen isn’t a big deal.
The icons have a “back” button that allows you to hide the Dottos web app icon, as well as other settings.
When you hover the D.pad over the icon on the home or desktop page, Dottots will automatically switch to another icon on your home screen or desktop.
Dots is designed to make it easy to control what your child sees and does with their Dots social media profiles.
The apps icon is customizable and you are able to customize the icons on your device.
If Dots isn’t available on your mobile device, you will be able to set up Dots on a Windows PC or Mac using the Dota web app.
You don’t have to be a web expert to use Dots, and it’s easy to use.
I can be as creative as I want.
You simply drag and drop an icon, set its size, and Dots lets you choose what size and color you want to display it.
It even allows you edit the color of the icons so they look different for different people.
I found the DOT icon to be an extremely simple and easy-to-use icon to use, especially when I am not able to work from home.
You could easily customize the Dotes home page with icons that you find in any app, or you could customize your own icons and customize the look of your own home page.
I think that Dots could be a great app for parents who want more control, and don’t want to spend hours every day making changes to the Dotos home page to change what Dots does for them.
The only downsides are that D.ots doesn’t have any built-in support for sharing, and if you’re not comfortable making changes or changing the Dets icon color, you may want to switch to a more powerful Dots solution.
D.ot has a free trial for the first two months and a $0.99 monthly subscription for additional months.
For more information about D.dot, visit the Dopes website.
Read or Share this story: http://detne.ws/1jxwG7p