Well, not you specifically – but Schoology will not allow you to login if your iPad clock is wrong [or even set to the wrong time zone].
Here’s how to fix it:
Settings –> Privacy > Location Services turned ON
General -> Date and Time -> Set automatically
If your iPad clock is a few hours off [it thinks it’s still in California…], here’s how to bring it to Eastern time:
- Locations Services –> Turn ON
This will let the iPad figure out where it is.
While you are there, the iPad Guy suggests you make these changes:
- System Services:
- Leave these ON:
- Compass Calibration
- Emergency SOS
- Find My iPad
- Setting Time Zone
- WiFi Networking
- Turn these OFF:
- Location-Based ANTHING [Alerts, Ads, Suggestions]
- Frequent Locations
- Product Improvement – all 3 OFF
- Status Bar Icon ON
These will extend your battery life and better protect your privacy AND reduce some annoyances.
It will take a while for the iPad to update the time.
Want to speed up the process?
- Settings –> General –> Date&Time
- Turn “Set Automatically” Off
- Change “Cupertino” to “Atlanta”
- Then you can change the “Set Automatically” back on if you want to.
Here’s how to fix it if the time on your iPad is off by several hours:
- Settings –> General –> Date and Time
- If “Set Automatically” is turned on, turn it off
- Set the Time Zone to Eastern [or Select New York]
- You also need to turn Location Services ON [Settings–>Privacy–>Location Services]. They have to be on anyway to allow Find My iPad to work.