Generally speaking, if I create a document in Google Drive, I keep it there. However, there are times where I do want to generate a PDF copy of the document to share with someone else or to publish in a different manner.
Fortunately, it is a very simple process to download a Google Document (or spreadsheet or presentation) as a PDF.
1. Open your document (or spreadsheet or presentation)
2. Click File -> Download as -> PDF
3. Choose your destination and click save
In this video, I’m going to show you how to use Google’s new videoconferencing solution for enterprise and education users, Google Meet. This product replaces Google Hangouts and is meant to make your video conferences easier to set up and use.
Many times, you will want to send an email out to a group of recipients without sharing everyone's email address with everyone else. This quick tutorial will show you how to open up the bcc: field in Gmail and add a contact group to it.
Google just announced the capability to add columns to your document in Google Docs! The video below demonstrates this feature in less than 60 seconds.
Guest poster Abby Fitzgerald from Bennington Elementary shows you how to set up contact groups in Gmail. This is quick and easy for email lists, just remember to keep it up to date!
The best way to get parent email addresses is to pull them in from SIMS, but first you need to set Gmail as your default handler for mailto: links (if you don't know what that means, don't worry - the video will explain!). From SIMS, you'll want to select the Apple Mail link, not the Outlook link from before.
Labels in Gmail allow you to organize and tag your message based on predefined criteria. This quick tutorial will show you how to apply and create labels for your Gmail messages.
Google defaults your Gmail to have conversation view on. If you prefer to have all your messages show up in chronological order, you can change the default view in the settings. The video below shows you how to do this.
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