It’s frustrating when emails clog up your inbox. Especially emails that don’t require any action, but are just from people who want to keep you in the loop.If your Gmail inbox is overflowing, chances are you’re a victim of the
Without careful consideration tailoring learning for every single one of your students could land you in one huge mess! Multiple submissions in countless formats, submitted by hand, digitally, by fax . . . overwhelming for sure! While the idea of
G Suite users will sometimes be presented with a login challenge before they can access their account. This normally can be done by receiving a verification code on their phone, but sometimes this is not possible, such as with students. Employee IDs can be set in G Suite and then used for login challenges, even in the case where the users aren’t employees.
Gmail’s label feature is very powerful and useful, however it can be quite confusing for people who have spent most of their working lives using ‘folders’ in other email applications. In this blog post, I’ll explain everything you need to know about how labels work in Gmail.
Google Sites is an extremely powerful tool for curating resources for your students. If you are already familiar with Google Sites you might be wondering how to extend its use and curate even more engaging activities for your students.
Here at Using Technology Better, we have team members located in three different countries and across four different time zones. We also work regularly with clients from across the globe. This can make scheduling meetings and working collaboratively challenging! However, Google Calendar has three really useful features that can help make this much easier.
Hearing your colleagues swear black and blue they haven’t seen your document is frustrating. This handy feature in Google Docs, Sheets, and Slides means you’ll never have to second guess whether they have or haven’t ever again.