Google recently updated the Calendar app for iOS and added a few new features. Here’s the lowdown.
If you juggle multiple calendars, you probably waste time checking all of them to see whether or not you’re actually free on a given date. By connecting your personal calendar to your work calendar, you can check all of your most important commitments in a single glance (and keep the info private).
Goodbye, wonky formatting. Hello, beautiful emails. Here’s how you can design emails in Google Docs and then convert them to Gmail drafts with one click–all without losing any formatting.
When you write an email, you probably depend on Gmail to auto-complete the recipient’s email address in the “To” field. But if that address is no longer in use, you can remove those auto-complete addresses from the list so they won’t pop up anymore. Here’s how to do it.
What’s the population of New York City? What does South Korea’s flag look like? How many calories does an egg have? You can access the power of Wolfram Alpha’s computational knowledge in Google Sheets and get instant facts, data, and calculations, all without leaving the window.
To make your browsing experience even better, here are four great hidden tricks in Google Chrome that can save you time and increase your efficiency.
Out with the old, in with the new. The Gmail app for iOS has undergone a makeover, and it’s the biggest overhaul of the app in almost four years. Here are three fantastic new features that you’ll love.
Assistant.to is a Chrome extension that integrates with Google Calendar, letting you schedule meetings right from your compose window. It cuts out the back and forth between meeting participants, making it a fast, easy way to book meetings.
If you struggle to stay informed with the latest news, we’ve got you covered. Here’s a really cool tip that lets you push live news headlines right into Slack using Google Sheets and Apps Script.
Calling all Harry Potter fans: You can truly feel like a wizard now, even if you never got your Hogwarts acceptance letter. Google announced recently that you can use your Android phone to cast three Harry Potter spells.