Late to meetings? Easily lose track of time? Try this Google Calendar Lab, which adds a handy countdown timer to your next meeting right in Calendar. You’ll always see what event is coming up next, in addition to a countdown to that event.
If you want to add extra notes that only you can see during a presentation, try using the speaker notes section in Google Slides.
“Get organized” was the second most popular 2017 New Year’s resolution. Gmail can help! Here are three underused features that can help you streamline your workday, stay organized, and clean up your inbox.
Bye bye, email tag. Calendly is a scheduling tool that syncs with Google Calendar and makes scheduling meetings super simple. No more prolonged back-and-forth email chains.
Are any of your employees on the brink of quitting? This free Google Forms survey template can give you clues. It assesses an employee on the 13 behaviors most predictive of a voluntary departure, and can help you predict turnover.
Meetings might be a necessary evil, but creating calendar events for them doesn’t have to be. Instead of creating your events manually, here are two useful shortcuts you can use. With just a few clicks, you can add events to Google Calendar right from Gmail–and all of the essential details will be automatically filled in for you.
2016 was an exciting year for G Suite. Whether it was improving existing features with machine intelligence or rolling out new products entirely, there were lots of updates that are helping us work faster and more efficiently now. Here’s a roundup of our favorite updates from 2016.
Are you a Google Slides master? If you’re not there yet, have no fear. Once you take advantage of these useful features, tricks, and shortcuts, you’ll be a Slides expert in no time.
If your organization uses multiple SaaS products, automating help desk tasks across them is a great way to work more efficiently and save time. Here are three common help desk processes that you can automate by using the Zendesk and G Suite integrations in BetterCloud.
If you use Trello and need simple presentations pulled together in an instant, we have some good news: Trello and Google Slides have a new API integration. You can now turn any existing Trello board or set of cards into a Slides presentation–all with just one click.