We’ve covered lots of useful Chrome extensions for teachers here and here, but we can’t forget about students! Here are five great extensions that students can use to stay focused and improve …
When new hires show up at the office on their first day, they want to hit the ground running. Here are five critical steps for provisioning and onboarding so that you keep your organization secure and set up your users for success.
Can’t get enough of Chrome extensions? Here are five more great ones that teachers will find useful when using videos in the classroom, sharing content, and researching.
Adding text to images can be cumbersome. But there’s an easy solution that lets you add text to any image just by right-clicking, making the process seamless and quick.
If you don’t have the right software, filling out PDF forms on your computer can be a frustrating experience. Luckily, this (free) trick using Google Drive makes filling out PDF forms a breeze.
With Google Sheets, you can embed your spreadsheet onto an external or internal website and have the changes that you make on your spreadsheet automatically update on your website. This …
When creating an event in Google Calendar, it can be challenging finding a time that works for all your guests. The Suggested Times feature in Google Calendar automatically finds event times that all of your guests can attend.
Have you ever had a list of names in a spreadsheet and wanted to separate them by first and last names into two columns? Instead of wasting time with tedious copying and pasting, there’s a quick, easy way to separate text into columns in Google Sheets.
While Google Docs is great for working on a document online, there are many situations where you may need to share it with someone who doesn’t use Drive. Luckily, it’s very easy to email or download files as PDFs or Word documents.
Who doesn’t love emojis? Here’s how to jazz up your Google Docs with your favorite emojis.