How to make and use templates in Google Docs – By Rachit Agarwal Android Police
A blank page with a blinking cursor is more intimidating than many people realize. Most of us need some help to get started, and that’s where the built-in templates in Google Docs come to the rescue. Whether you want to write a letter, create your resume, or jot down meeting notes, the templates in Google Docs provide you with a beginning you can build upon.
How to Free Up Space on Android: 8 Ways – By How-To Geek How-To Geek
It’s easy to use an Android phone for a while and slowly watch the storage space fill up with photos, videos, and download files. There are things you can do to take back some of that storage space.
These 11 Simple Chromebook Features Can Help Streamline Your Tasks – By See full CNET
Google’s ChromeOS is now more than a decade old and a lot has changed. In the past couple of years, Google revved up what you can do with a Chromebook, dramatically improving or adding tools to help increase your productivity, whether you’re working or learning from home, school, the office or somewhere in between.
3 Reasons to Have a Google Voice Number – By Anna Burgess Yang debugger.medium.com
I gave up a landline in 2009. The days of having a phone ring throughout the house were gone. So were the days of long-distance, not calling someone after 9:00 p.m., and listing a “home number” as the primary contact info on forms.
How to use Google Docs Meeting Note feature – By Irene Okpanachi Android Police
You’ve been able to create meeting notes in Google Calendar for a long time. Meeting notes help you store details unique to an event for better organization. You can take jottings, create actions lists, and share your notes with people whether you’re an organizer or participant. But with many events created from random Gmail messages covering your screen, Google’s Calendar may not be the best option if you want to stay on track with your work.
Hackproof Financial Accounts- Google Voice Number! – By CyberMedics YouTube
Hidden Google Pixel 7 Features That Will Make Your Phone Even Better – By Haamiz Ahmed SlashGear
Gone are the days of using Shazam for figuring out what that one song on the radio is. Why install a separate app for it when your Pixel phone can do it for you? Google’s handy automatic song detection feature can be easily enabled from the settings.
How to change Chromebook Tote to Quick Files in ChromeOS – By Kevin C. Tofel aboutchromebooks.com
Last month, Chrome Unboxed reported that the Chromebook Tote function introduced in ChromeOS 89 is getting a facelift. I’m not a fan of the Tote name, nor the function, personally. But some ChromeOS users like having quick access to recently downloaded files and that’s what Tote does. Google is changing the name of Tote to Quick Files and adding an additional feature. Here’s how to change from Chromebook Tote to Quick Files in Chrome OS.
How to easily find all keyboard shortcuts on your Chromebook – By Andrew Romero 9to5Google
ChromeOS is a fully capable operating system and makes Chromebooks a great option for users. While there are tons of keyboard shortcuts in ChromeOS, you only really need to know one. This guide will take you through using the keyboard shortcut hub on your Chromebook.
How to use the Pixel’s Magic Eraser ‘Camouflage’ tool in Google Photos – By Derrek Lee Android Central
Magic eraser is one of the defining features of the Pixel series. With it, Google’s latest smartphones can remove intrusive elements from your photos so that you can focus on what really matters. However, it’s not always perfect, so Google gives Pixel owners another means of highlighting the most important part of the picture, using a feature dubbed Camouflage mode.
How to create a pivot table in Google Sheets – By Daniel Allen Android Police
When it comes to making spreadsheets, there are different tiers of users. At the bottom is data entry. This is having enough knowledge to organize your information in a table for record keeping. One step up from this are the users that can perform basic manipulations on that data, such as finding sums and averages.
How to rearrange apps on the shelf and launcher on your Chromebook – By Arif Bacchus XDA Developers
Using a Chromebook or a ChromeOS tablet for work or school or at home for your personal things like social media and web browsing? You don’t have to stick to how it came configured out of the box, or how an administrator set it up for you. Like many other operating systems like Windows, you can customize the way ChromeOS looks and feels, so it can fit your own needs.
Most PRIVATE Password Manager – By Naomi Brockwell: NBTV YouTube
Don’t forget to set up your Android device’s safety features; here’s how – By Andrew Romero 9to5Google
Most Android devices these days have tons of safety features. These allow you to stay safe in dangerous situations, contact the authorities when needed, and even send automatic alerts when you’ve been involved in a car accident. Since those settings can be a literal life-changer, they should be set up just in case something were to happen. Here’s how you can do that.
Is Streaming Really Cheaper Than Cable? – By See full CNET
When Netflix began offering an online alternative to physical DVDs, it kicked off the start of a streaming-versus-cable debate that still rages today. Maybe you’ve joined team streaming and have no idea how much it costs for cable or satellite TV anymore.