Updated 5 Google Apps Challenges

Going through my Google Drive resources folder I found this Google Slides with 5 challenges for Google Apps. The image for Google Forms was still green (instead of purple) so you know it was needing updating. Basic Challenges These challenges would be for those newer...

Google Docs: Check the Comments

Step 1 Click The Comments Icon When collaborating in a Google Doc, Sheets, or Slides all of the document comments are collected in one place. Next to the Share Button You will find the comments icon next to the Share button in Docs, Sheets, or Slides. It looks like a...

Google Docs: Copy a Version

Extract a Previous Version as a New Document In Google Docs, Sheets, Slides, and Drawings versions are automatically saved. There is no save button because Google Apps saves for you! Back in the day when I used Microsoft Word I would frequently make copies as I worked...

Google Docs: Name This Version

Get in the Habit: Name This Version Version history is an essential component of Google Docs, Sheets, Slides, and Drawings (sorry no Forms.)  One of the advantages to Google Apps is NO SAVE BUTTON. The reason there is no save button is because Google Apps periodically...

Tag You’re It: Email Collaborators

Keep Collaboration Going with Email Collaborators In Google Docs, Sheets, Slides, and Drawings you can use the File menu to choose “Email collaborators.” This will allow you to notify your collaborators of what you did to the document and request them to...

Google Docs: Document Outline

Utilize Document Outline in Google Docs While you can insert a table of contents directly into your Google Doc there are good reasons why we do not want a table of contents in all (or hardly any) of our documents. They take up a lot of room that you have to scroll...

Go slow with Brownell

Go Slow Online Workshop

Math Recess with Dr. Chris Brownell.
http://alicekeeler.com/goslow