I'm creating some training material and I have a mental block. I'm just looking for more words to use instead of Tips and Tricks...those get old. :) Like "Learn the Latest Tips and Tricks on your iPhone". I'm training on Microsoft applications and trying to think outside the box.
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If you're after something reasonably formal where the tips are not trivial in length, then I would suggest perhaps "Useful techniques". This seems to be reasonably commonly used (see this Google query: https://www.google.co.uk/search?q=useful+techniques for the sorts of examples; there are 238 mil results)
"Handy" adds a bit more of a friendly and informal to nature to it.
Or if you don't think it is too blunt for your use-case, then "Advice"