Take2↝4Tech V1 I8 11.30.16: Trashing Email & Searching for Trashed Emails, Google Apps Offline, Changing Email Subscriptions/Preferences, #Hashtags - Using without a Twitter account
Today I have 4 time-saving videos included below with brief descriptions. If you ever want to access any of the previous Take 2 4 Tech's please look at my previous posts (below this one). Thanks for watching!
What happens to your trashed gmails? How can I find emails that I know are somewhere in my account? Watch this video to learn more.
Learn how to use Google Docs, Sheets, and Slides without a wifi connection by watching this video. It can help you prevent loss of your work. This video is for both staff and students.
This video will show you how to unsubscribe from an email list and also change email subscription preferences (like your email address).
How can an educator use a hashtag? Watch this video to find out how to search without a twitter account.
Here is the article with educational hashtags: The Complete Guide to Twitter Hashtags for Education
Take2↝4Tech V1 I7 11.15.16 - Workstation Changes, Notes in iCloud, Hiding Labels in Gmail, and Wayland is having a Playdate!
Taking the time to personalize your workstation can help you efficiently access programs and websites faster as well as aesthetically enhance your experience while working on the computer.
This video will show you how to change your desktop background and set a screensaver.
This video will show you how to move desktop icons, add program icons, and add programs to your Start Menu or Task bar.
This video will show you how to make an internet site shortcut on the desktop of your computer.
This video will show you how to create drawings and use dictation in the Notes App on iOS devices.
This video will show you how to hide a label (folder) that you have created in Gmail. The folder will still be there, but will not show up in the top portion of your Mailbox. It will show up in the lower portion of your mailbox, below Categories. This can help you better manage your more important labels (folders) by cleaning up your mailbox.
Wayland is having a Playdate on March 25, 2017! Come join this "unconference" where we will explore different technology tools that you can use in your classroom. Find out more information and sign up by clicking on the Playdate picture above.
This week I am focusing on Google Drive after working with many teachers and seeing some struggles with it. Hopefully these videos will help you to organize your Google Drive so that you can easily access what you need.
This video (above) will show you different ways to organize your Google Drive on your iPad using the Google Drive App.
This video (above) will show you different ways to organize your Google Drive on your computer using the Chrome browser.
This video will show you how to upload a file from your computer to your Google Drive. This will allow you to work on the folder contents at work, home, or anywhere that you are connected to the internet. If you able to transfer all of your important school folders to your Google Drive, then you can work from home at your convenience if you so choose.
As always, if you need further help with any of these suggestions or if you have a suggestion, please do not hesitate to contact me.