Web Apps Have Keyboard Shortcuts, Too — And Many Work Almost Everywhere – How-To Geek / by Chris Hoffman
Keyboard shortcuts aren’t just for web browsers themselves. Most of those web apps you use — everything from Facebook and Twitter to Gmail and Outlook.com — offer keyboard shortcuts you can use to speed things up.
- Getting to Know Gmail
- The Mobile App, Composing Mail, and Conversations
- Inbox Management and Labels
- Mail Filters and the Star System
- Attachments, Signatures, and Security
- Invitations and Vacation Responders
- Use Gmail as a Task List
- Multiple Accounts, Keyboard Shortcuts, and Remote Signout
- Use Your Gmail Account to Access Other Accounts
- Power Tips and Gmail
Print Pages as PDFs Without Installing Extensions.
- Open any web page inside Google Chrome, press Ctrl+P to open the Print dialog.
- Change the destination printer to “Save as PDF.”
- Hit the Print button and the current web page, document or Email will instantly download as a PDF document.
This is useful for downloading PDF copies of web pages that involve transactions, airline boarding passes, or a checkout page on a shopping website.
Send downloaded PDF via Email as a attachment, great for having a friend or hotel front desk print your boarding pass when you don't have a printer handy.
16 Incredibly Useful Google Products And Services You Didn't Know Existed by JILLIAN D'ONFRO Business Insider – NOV. 3, 2014
Google Apps Script is a surprisingly powerful scripting language often implemented using Google Sheets. It allows people to develop lightweight web applications, and those scripts run in the cloud on Google’s servers.