Five little Google Sheets tricks I taught my dad – By Helen Havlak The Verge
I was recently working remotely next to my dad, and realized just how many time-saving little Google Sheets shortcuts I take for granted. These aren’t advanced formulas or pivot tables; just simple tricks to save you time if you work with basic organizational spreadsheets. Some of these are old Excel tricks; but some even my Verge colleagues only discovered recently.
Google Photos just let me copy text from a photo into my web browser – By Mitchell Clark The Verge
The desktop Google Photos website seems to be getting the ability to scan for text in an image and turn it into copy-and-pasteable text, thanks to Google’s Lens technology (via 9to5Google). Lens has been available in many places on Android for a while, but its optical character recognition (OCR) feature coming to the desktop could make Google Photos an easy and free way to get real-life text onto your computer.
How to Send Emails to Undisclosed Recipients in Gmail – By Ben Stockton How-To Geek
If you’re looking to send an email in Gmail to a large number of undisclosed recipients, you may wish to hide their email addresses from others. It’s easy to do using the blind carbon copy (BCC) feature.
How to Insert and Edit Tables in Google Docs – By Sandy Writtenhouse How-To Geek
If you want to display data, images, or objects in your document, you can use a table. We’ll show you just how easy it is to insert a table in Google Docs and edit it to your liking.
The 7 Best Webcam Lights to Make Your Next Call Look Great | By Eric Schoon Review Geek
Lighting is one the most important elements of your webcam setup, but it’s often overlooked. To perform their best, cameras need a controlled amount of light—if it’s too dark or too bright, it can heavily affect the video quality. So let’s look at some simple, home-office-friendly solutions to this problem so you can look better on your next video call.
How to Use Google Search’s Spell Check Everywhere on Chrome – By Shubham Agarwal How-To Geek
We’ve all been there: looking up a word on Google just to find out how it’s spelled. No matter the typos, Google usually knows what you want to type. Thankfully, Google allows you to use its spell-check feature everywhere in the Chrome web browser.
How to Pin a File or Folder to Your Chromebook’s Taskbar – By Shubham Agarwal How-To Geek
If you own a Chromebook, you probably spend most of your time on cloud services. But every now and then, when you do need to access local folders or files, Chrome OS lets you pin files right on the bottom taskbar or “Shelf.”
How to Hide Gridlines in Google Sheets – By Ben Stockton How-To Geek
If you’re working in Google Sheets, you should already be familiar with its grid-like interface, where cells are separated by borderlines called gridlines. If you want to hide these gridlines from view, however, here’s what you’ll need to do.
How to remotely control a Chromebook from another computer – By Kevin C. Tofel aboutchromebooks.com
Chromebooks have long supported remote desktop access to other computers. You just install the Chrome Remote Desktop extension, follow the directions and you’re off. But a common question I get, mainly for troubleshooting reasons is: How can I remotely control a Chromebook from another computer?
Do You Need A Mesh WiFi Network At Home? – By Farhan Gazi imoney.my
Mesh WiFi is the next biggest thing in wireless connections; as evident from home broadband providers now offering it as part of their subscriptions.
What Is A Mesh Home Network? – by Glenn Musser SeniorTechGroup.com
Mesh networking is a way for information to pass through several nodes that are directly connected to one another. A mesh WiFi router and its satellites act as extenders that allow you to get better WiFi signals encompassing a larger area. With Google WiFi, the satellite mesh units connect wirelessly to the base unit but can also be connected using Ethernet cables. My Home Network Diagram
What Is Mesh Wifi? Smart Home Must-Haves – By Undecided with Matt Ferrell YouTube VIDEO
What Is Mesh Wifi? Smart Home Must Have. If you’re anything like me, then you probably have dozens of things like phones, tablets, laptops, game consoles, media streaming boxes, and smart home devices all vying for a solid WiFi connection. A mesh wifi network may be the answer.
What Is Google One, and Is It Worth Paying for More Storage? – By Joe Fedewa How-To Geek
Google One is a service that you might have seen advertised, but aren’t familiar with. You might wonder how it’s different from Google Drive, and why does it require a paid subscription? We’re here to answer those questions.
Chrome just got a big upgrade for scrolling through your tabs — how to try it now – By Richard Priday Tom’s Guide
Navigating tabs in Google Chrome is about to get much more convenient.
How to Set Up Your Own Website the Easy Way – By Harry Guinness How-To Geek
It’s never been easier to set up your own website—and you’ve never had more options. Here’s what you need to know to get that website up and running.
How to Use Google Calendar 2020 – Tutorial for Beginners – By Teacher’s TechYouTube
In this video tutorial, I will show you how to use Google Calendar. Google Calendar will help you spend less time managing your busy schedule. With Google Calendar, you can quickly schedule meetings and events and get reminders about upcoming activities, so you always know what’s next.