Sometimes we do our best thinking late at night and we want everyone to know what our idea is. Problem is, sending an email at 3am might not be the most considerate thing to do. Using Gmail's 'Schedule Send' feature, you can record your thought and have it automatically email your recipients at a time that is a little more socially acceptable. You can watch the video below to see how Schedule Send works or check out Google's official guide available here: https://support.google.com/a/users/answer/9395629?hl=en.
Many people rely on Google for many things throughout the day. We use GMail, Google Drive, YouTube, Chromebooks, and many other items that access our Google Accounts without ever really thinking about it. Sometimes though, it may be a good idea to take a break and find out who and what is exactly accessing our Google Accounts. Watch the video above to see how easy it can be to see what is happening with your account and control what can access it.
The end of the school year is coming soon and the need to help graduating Seniors, retiring staff, and others moving out of the district, move their Google type things to a new account will be upon us. To help those with this need I created a little informational guide and video that shows how to use Google Takeout Transfer.
Direct Link to Guide | Direct Link to Tutorial Video
The new Google Sites is now available for personal Google accounts! Thank you to fellow edtech awesome person Melinda for letting me know!
Have you ever sent an email before you really meant to? Or maybe you sent one that you immediately regret sending? Well, there is a little hidden feature in Google Mail that will let you retract the email. This feature only works for a couple of seconds after sending an email, but it can truly be a life saver!
Check out the video tutorial below to see how easy it is to enable this Gmail Lab.
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