Why You Should Move Your Group Chat to Discord – By How-To Geek How-To Geek
There’s an abundance of apps for group chats. Facebook Messenger, iMessage, WhatsApp, Telegram, the list goes on. One app you may not have considered is Discord, and it just might be the perfect solution for your family or friends.
How to Add Bullet Points in Word – By How-To Geek How-To Geek
To add bullet points in Word, press Ctrl+Shift+L (Windows) or Command+Shift+L (Mac). Or, click the “Bullets” button in the ribbon’s “Home” tab. You can start a preformatted bullet list by typing * (asterisk) in a blank line and pressing Spacebar.
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
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.
Coping with Gray Text – By Ask Leo! YouTube
The Best Password Managers to Secure Your Digital Life – By Scott Gilbertson WIRED
Password managers are the vegetables of the internet. We know they’re good for us, but most of us are happier snacking on the password equivalent of junk food. For seven years running, that’s been “123456” and “password”—the two most commonly used passwords on the web. The problem is, most of us don’t know what makes a good password and aren’t able to remember hundreds of them anyway.
Say Goodbye to the To-Do List (Your Calendar is Better!) – By Simpletivity YouTube
How to Use the Google Online Calculator – By How-To Geek How-To Geek
Type equations into Google to use it like a calculator. Use operators like * to multiply or / to divide. You can also search Google for “calculator” to view a more traditional calculator interface.
How to edit PDFs on a Chromebook natively – By Kevin C. Tofel aboutchromebooks.com
Earlier this week, a reader emailed me asking how to edit PDFs on a Chromebook. She wanted to know what the best app might be for downloading, filling in, editing, and then sending out PDF documents. The downloading and sending are the easy parts. Here’s how to edit PDFs on a Chromebook natively, without using a third-party app.
How to Turn Off RTT on iPhone – By How-To Geek How-To Geek
As the name suggests, RTT (Real-Time Text) is a feature that allows you to make and receive calls on your iPhone using text. It’s an accessibility feature aimed at helping hard-of-hearing individuals or those with speech difficulties.
How to Turn Auto Capitalization Off or On in Google Docs – By How-To Geek How-To Geek
Prevent Google Docs from automatically capitalizing your text by choosing Tools > Preferences and unchecking the box next to the “Automatically Capitalize Words” option. Later, you can re-enable the function by checking the box next to the feature.
How to Add or Subtract Time in Google Sheets – By How-To Geek How-To Geek
Format the cells containing times as either a specific time or duration with Format > Number > Time or Duration. You can then use standard + and – operators to add and subtract the times in calculations.
Email Alias – How to Set Up a Professional Email for Free – By Eamonn Cottrell freecodecamp.org
How to create an email alias – Forwarding mail from the alias to a Gmail account – Sending mail as the Email Alias
13 Google Sheets Date and Time Functions You Need to Know – By How-To Geek How-To Geek
When you use a spreadsheet for things where the timing is essential, you likely include dates and times. Google Sheets offers a collection of functions for formatting, converting, and calculating dates and times to help with your data entry.