25 Gifts for the Android User in Your Life – By How-To Geek How-To Geek
What does your choice of smartphone say about you? You may be asking that question if you’re shopping for an Android user. The good news is people who like Android will probably like a wide variety of techy gifts.
10 Best Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro Camera Tips and Tricks – By Sumukh Rao guidingtech.com
Google’s flagships have generally excelled at cameras and the Pixel 7 series is no different. While the hardware is capable, the one area where Google trumps most other manufacturers is in terms of camera software. The computational photography you get with the Google Pixel 7 series is what makes it one of the best camera phones out there.
Turn on your free VPN with your Pixel 7 and 7 Pro – Here’s how – By Andrew Romero 9to5Google
Google’s Pixel 7 and 7 Pro both come with a free VPN from Google as an added benefit for its newest Tensor G2-powered devices. This guide will show you how to run it and manage it to keep you safe online.
How to Move a Table in Google Docs – By How-To Geek How-To Geek
Select a table in the document with your mouse, and then click and drag it to move it. You can also right-click the table and Cut it, and then Paste it in the location you want to move it to. Modify the table’s properties to adjust its alignment.
Tables enable you to structure data efficiently in a report, essay, or research paper. However, after you create a table, you may realize you need to move it elsewhere. We’ll show how to move a table in Google Docs.
How to Make a Google Form (Complete Beginner Tutorial) – By Simpletivity YouTube
The Best Uses For Google Lens On Your Android Phone – By Julian Van SlashGear
Google has been stepping up its game when it comes to A.I. image recognition and cloud processing. In November 2022, the company expanded on some nifty shopping features in preparation for the holiday season.
How to Make a Venn Diagram in Google Docs – By How-To Geek How-To Geek
To make a Venn diagram in Google Docs, use the Insert > Drawing > New option to create a new drawing. Create multiple overlapping “Oval” shapes with the shapes tool to draw your Venn diagram. Use the “Textbox” tool to add text to it.
Your Gmail Account Has Unlimited Addresses – By Jake Peterson Lifehacker
One Gmail, one address. That seems right. After all, you have one phone number, and one home address. The same should be true for your email addresses, Gmail included. As it happens, though, your Gmail account has an unlimited number of addresses you can use whenever you want, fooling everyone from Netflix to spammers alike.
How to use split screen on your Chromebook – By Zach Traverso Android Police
Phones and computers, including our favorite Chromebooks, can access a number of apps and websites and can use them all at the same time. However, switching back and forth between windows can be tedious and confusing. Google has tried to solve this problem by building multitasking features into Chrome OS. Here’s how to use split screen mode on a Chromebook.
How to Check Your Voicemail on Android – By How-To Geek How-To Geek
To call voicemail on Android, open the Phone app, press the “1” key and hold it down. You can also read your messages by using your carrier’s Visual Voicemail app or a third-party app.
4 Chromebook security tips for data privacy and protection – By Kevin C. Tofel aboutchromebooks.com
Chromebook security may sound like an oxymoron to some, but it’s a real thing. This morning I read a great checklist on Michael Horowitz’s “Defensive Computing” site and was thrilled to see a section devoted to Chromebooks. Michael’s entire checklist is a recommended read when you have time, regardless of your device or platform choice. There are so many good suggestions here that I decided to surface some of them, along with a few of my own. Here are four Chromebook security tips for improving your data privacy and protection.
What is Last Account Activity in Gmail? – By Ask Leo! YouTube
How Do I Switch From Edge to Chrome? – By Ask Leo! YouTube
The new Gmail design is here to stay — Google will not let you use the old Gmail interface anymore – By Sanjana Prakash Tom’s Guide
If you have been using Gmail’s old design, get ready to shift to the email client’s look very soon — whether you like it or not.