Google classroom is a learning management system (LMS) designed by Google and implemented through Google Apps for Education. Learn the various features within Google Classroom including the new 2015 updates such as Discussion Questions and Calendar integration. Read on to find out more.
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Whether your company has moved to Google Apps for Work or you school has started using Google Apps for Education, here are ten tips and tricks to use Google Drive more effectively and improve productivity. Video Tutorial Written Tutorial Shared Google Drive files are also found in Google Drive’s “Shared with me” Oftentimes, new users […]
Sharing within Google Apps was primarily designed for sharing with a small number of users. However, as Google Apps has expanded into schools and business, the sharing features cannot easily handle large groups of users by default. To accommodate sharing and collaborating with large groups of users, apps such as Google Contacts and Google Groups […]
Throughout this series, we have discusses why Google Drive is useful and how to share files stored in it. We’ve also talked about organizing files with folders and their subsequent share settings. However, the more difficult transitions users face when moving from Microsoft Office to Google Apps is the change in editing Microsoft Office files […]
Google Drive has both revolutionized and complicated how we manage our files. Sharing folders allows us to give other access to several files instantaneously. However, sharing folders add additional complexity to how file permissions work. Read on and find out three concepts to consider to share Google Drive folders correctly.
The subscription model for technology services is becoming more and more common. Reasons for this proliferation include guaranteed revenue for the software provider and consistent updates for the users. While users must become accustomed to both these changes, only one implies constant change: consistent updates. The inevitability is shown in the new changes in Google […]