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Thursday, September 6, 2018

Google Calendar Tips 2


Tip 3: Appointment Slots

Adding Appointment Slots to your Calendar


Sending the Appointment Link to Others


Signing up for an Appointment Time Slot

Users MUST have a Google account.

Friday, August 31, 2018

Tuesday, August 28, 2018

Where are my Gmail Contacts?


Yes, your contacts from Outlook migrated to Gmail!

Google puts your Contacts in a stand alone application, much like your cell phone. To find them, go to your Google Apps Launcher (waffle) and then Contacts.


Within Contacts, click on Directory to see all of your organization's students and employees.

Create a NEW Contact:
Click the sign in the bottom right-hand corner and add as much or as little  information as you prefer. These contacts will show under Contacts (not Directory).

Create a Group Contact
Email groups are created in Contacts by applying Labels.
1. On the left menu, click + Create Label. Name your group.
2. While in Directory, Contacts, Frequently Contacted or Other Contacts, EITHER:

  • Choose the individuals for your group by putting a check mark next to their name and then selecting. Choose the preferred label.




    • OR search for contacts using the search bar and click to open their profile. Click on More (3 dots) and choose the correct label.



    Email a Group Contact
    To email a group- in the 'To' field, start typing the group name, then select the group from the list that appears. You will see a list of contacts in the 'To' field.

    To Delete a Group Contact
    Hover over the Label Name and select the Remove (trash can) icon.

    To Share a Group Contact
    Click here for directions to share a Group Contact list with others.


    Tuesday, August 14, 2018

    Google Drawings Goodness 4

    Google Drawings is a versatile app that can be used to create instructional activities, flyers, handouts, infographics, cheat sheets, and more! Utilize this fourth set of short tutorials to continue learning.












    Tuesday, August 7, 2018

    Google Drawings Goodness 3

    Google Drawings is a versatile app that can be used to create instructional activities, flyers, handouts, infographics, cheat sheets, and more! Utilize this third set of short tutorials to continue learning.

    Using the Eye Dropper Tool


    Grouping Objects


    Ordering Objects