How to Sum a Column in Google Sheets [Mobile Apps & Desktop] – By Lee Stanton alphr.com
Google Sheets is undoubtedly a part of the modern business starter pack. This useful app lets you keep your data organized, clear, and up-to-date at all times. And it’s quite user-friendly!
How to See Basic Calculations Without Formulas in Google Sheets – By Sandy Writtenhouse How-To Geek
Are there times when you want to see a quick sum or average of your data, but don’t necessarily need the formula result in your spreadsheet? In Google Sheets, you can select the cells and see basic calculations without formulas.
5 Cheap Ways to Back up Your Precious Data – By Andrew Heinzman Review Geek
Computers like to break down when it’s least convenient. And, when that happens, you may lose all of your precious family photos, personal documents, or legally downloaded movies. That is, unless you back up your files first.
Formula suggestions, new for Google Sheets, will save us all – By Jules Wang Android Police
Spreadsheets: you build them up with data points, make the rules by dropping down formulae, then watch them not make sense when an exception occurs. We can’t help with you that, but maybe Google Sheets can make the interminable process more tolerable with its new context-aware formula suggestions.
How to Schedule Text Messages to Send Later on Android – By Simpletivity YouTube VIDEO
Want to send a text message and have it arrive in the future? If you have Android 11 or greater on your phone, you’re in luck!
How To Type With Your Voice In Windows 10 – By David Buck How-To Geek
If you’re tired of typing with a keyboard, entering text can be as easy as using your voice in Windows 10. The OS includes built-in speech recognition and dictation features. Here’s how to set them up.
How to Remove “Orphaned” Files Taking Up Space in Google Drive – By Joe Fedewa How-To Geek
Google Drive is a great free service, but it has limited storage. You might notice that your account is filling up quicker than it should. That might be thanks to hidden “orphaned” files. We’ll show you how to remove them.
How to Add Loyalty and Membership Cards to Google Pay – By Joe Fedewa How-To Geek
Google Pay is a one-stop-shop for making purchases using your phone. One piece of the puzzle is the ability to handle loyalty and membership cards. We’ll show you how to free up some wallet space.
Grammarly Makes you a Better Writer, Student or Professional – By dottotech YouTube VIDEO
By integrating into your Web Browser, Grammarly helps with writing and grammar where you need it most!
Build A Better Browser: Improve Your Browsing Experience – By dottotech YouTube VIDEO
Browser extensions allow users to add or modify the features of their web browser in order to improve its functionality. In this video, I show you how to build a better browser.
6 Hidden Chrome Features That Will Make You More Productive – By Gargi Ghosal www-makeuseof-com.cdn.ampproject.org
Though Google Chrome is one of the most popular browsers worldwide, not all users are aware of some great features that make it even better. If you’re not following every single update Google Chrome undergoes, it is easy to miss out on some wonderful features that can boost your productivity.
How to schedule an email in Gmail – By James Vincent www-theverge-com.cdn.ampproject.org
Google announced that Gmail would natively support email scheduling in April 2019, and the feature became available in desktop and mobile about a month later.
XDA Basics: How to right click on a Chromebook in three ways – By Jeff Springer www-xda–developers-com.cdn.ampproject.org
If you recently moved from a Windows PC to a new Chromebook, you might have noticed a few key differences. There are several design differences between the two operating systems, but there’s also a bit of a usability learning curve. In addition to a different list of settings, there are keyboard touchpad changes on Chrome OS. On Windows, right-click functionality is fundamental to the operating system itself, as you can access several important options within the right click menu.
6 Ways to Improve Your Dual Monitor Setup – By Whitson Gordon PCMag
If you’re using two or more monitors, there are a few things you can do to optimize your computer setup.
XDA Basics: How to copy and paste on Chromebook – By Jeff Springer www-xda–developers-com.cdn.ampproject.org
If you recently made the move to Chrome OS from a Mac or Windows PC, the new keyboard layout can be confusing. One of the first things you’ll have noticed is your new Chromebook keyboard doesn’t have a Caps lock key. After that initial shock subsided, you probably started thinking about your beloved keyboard shortcuts. When it comes to keyboard shortcuts, it’s hard to find a more important trio than copy, cut, and paste. Whether you use your laptop primarily for work or for play, you use this functionality daily.
Google Drive Tips You Can’t Afford To Miss – By Eric Griffith au.pcmag.com
Raise your hand if you remember Writely. A four-person company called Upstartle launched the online-only word processor in August 2005, taking advantage of a then-new browser technology called AJAX. It allowed users to instantly save and retrieve content generated in the browser but stored on the server. And it worked so well that Google bought Upstartle less than a year later. At the time, a product like Writely was unique (the software didn’t come on a CD), and considered a gamble.