How to Adjust Photo Lighting with Google Photos on Pixel – By Joe Fedewa howtogeek.com
Lighting is, arguably, the most important ingredient when it comes to taking a good photo. If you have a Pixel phone, you can fix lighting after the fact with a feature in Google Photos called Portrait Light.
How to Scan a Document to your Phone – By Kevin Stratvert youtube.com VIDEO
In this step-by-step tutorial learn how to scan documents using your iPhone or Android phone and get the absolute best quality scan. In this video, I use the free Microsoft Office app made to scan the documents. Save as a Word document, PDF, or an image.
Learn how to setup Chrome Remote Desktop to remotely access your computer from anywhere using your Google Account and a browser. It’s currently free with a Google account. Works with Windows, Mac, Linux & Chrome and you can access from any device with a browser or your phone or tablet using the app.
Google Sheets Now Automates Data Entry With Smart Fill – By Andrew Heinzman reviewgeek.com
is taking the tedium out of spreadsheets with Smart Fill, an AI-powered feature that automatically retrieves and fills out data based on context. Smart Fill was first announced by Google in June and will roll out to all Sheets users by November 5th.
How to Send Text Messages from Your Chromebook– By Shubham Agarwal howtogeek.com
OS offers a handful of ways to keep your Chromebook and Android phone in sync. One of its features allows you to access your SMS inbox and respond to texts from your Chromebook. Here’s how to set it up.
Chrome OS 86 Stable Channel arrives on Chromebooks: What you need to know – By Kevin C. Tofel aboutchromebooks.com
this week, Google announced the Stable Channel release of Chrome OS, although the Acer Chromebook Spin 713 I recently reviewed hasn’t received the update yet. There are a few other Chromebook models that haven’t as of the time of writing; you can look for your Chromebook here to see if the update is available. Instead of waiting for the update and sharing all of the latest features in it like I normally do, here’s a rundown of what you need to know about Chrome OS 86.