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Enabling and Disabling the Accessibility Bar for Visual & Mobility Impairment

Accountable2You now offers an Accessibility Bar for users with visual or mobility impairments in an effort to allow more efficient use of the device by these users. By providing these additional accessibility services, users who require these features can enjoy Accountable2You's monitoring services alongside these useful accessibility services, all functioning from a single application.

Accountable2You does this by providing a floating accessibility menu bar at the top of the screen, which provides immediate access to the accessibility features.

*Please note that this feature is intended for users with visual or mobility impairments. Users who do not require this service will likely not profit from this feature and we recommend that you leave this turned off for optimal use of your device.

Enabling Mobility Impairment Features

After you have initially setup the Accountable2You app, you can access this option from the settings menu of the app. To get there, open the Accountable2You app and click "Settings" (you will be prompted for your A2U password to proceed). Then, check the box next to "Enable accessibility features." The accessibility menu bar will then appear at the top of your screen.
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If the floating menu is in the way of any apps or status bars on your device, you can press the minimize button to hide most of the icons. Pressing the same button again will cause the icons to re-appear.
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Disabling Mobility Impairment Features

If you wish to disable/turn off the mobility impairment features, you can access this option from the settings menu of the app. To get there, open the Accountable2You app and click "Settings" (you will be prompted for your A2U password to proceed). Then, uncheck the box next to "Enable accessibility features." The accessibility menu bar will no longer appear at the top of your screen.
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