5 Features of Google Keep
Google Keep is like digital Post-it notes but better! I highly recommend you switch from the notes app on your phone to using Google Keep. Because Keep is by Google you can access your notes easily on almost any device. Use the Google Keep app on your mobile device and then find the notes on the web at keep.google.com. Collaborate with your notes! Share a note with someone else, significantly increase your collaboration productivity. Search for notes, it is a Google product after all. Use the search bar at the top of Google Keep to easily find those notes you created, even if they have been archived.
1. Make a Multi-Media Note
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2. Integrate with Google Docs
Google Keep has 2 awesome ways to integrate with Google Docs. From Google Keep, click on the 3 dots and choose to “Copy to Google Docs.” The entire note will be created in a new Google Doc. But what if you’re already working on a document? From the Google Doc, use the Tools menu and choose “Keep notepad.”
This will open up your Google Keep notes right in the sidebar of the Google Doc. Drag the notes from the sidebar into the document. When you do create a multi-media note, the different elements are added separately to the Google Doc, allowing you to choose how to arrange it in the document.
3. Sort By Color
Click on the search bar at the top and you are taken to a screen that allows you to filter your search by color, or by the person you shared the note with. Take that standard note app! When I go to a conference I have a specific color I use for notes I take at a professional learning event so that I can easily pull them back up later. My to-do lists are always in blue. My brainstorm ideas are in green.
4. Hashtag (Label) Notes
5. Pin a Note
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