When we first started this blog, Liz did a post on why you should be using Google Chrome (if you aren’t already). In addition to using chrome, you should also be signing in to Google chrome on your personal device. If you see your name like this:
Then you are signed in to chrome. When moving through Google pages and apps, you will remain signed in. It will also remember you when you shut down and restart. DO NOT USE THIS FEATURE ON A SHARED COMPUTER. If you see this:
Then you are not signed in. You can be signed in to Google WITHOUT being signed in to chrome. As noted in the picture above, signing in to chrome will sync your tabs, bookmarks, history, and your other settings. View this page for more information and instructions.
In addition to this super useful feature, check out G Suite Training. This icon appears in the top right hand corner of your browser on most G Suite apps (Drive, Docs, Slides, Sheets). It autopopulates as an extension on your pages.
Depending on the page, it will give tips and tricks or instructions on how to use it (as interactive lessons). It invites you to learn about features that you may not have already known about. Here’s an example for Google Docs:
You could use it to learn how to use a feature, explore new features that you didn’t know about, or refresh your memory on something you haven’t used in a while. Check it out and let us know what you think!