Course Description: The new Gmail brings a revamped interface, to help you read, write and manage your emails more efficiently. Before you start sending and receiving emails in Gmail, learn how to sign in for the first time, navigate the interface, and manage and protect your accounts.
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Like any Google service, to begin using Google Sites you'll need to sign in to your Google account. Once signed in, you'll need to get to grips with the Google Sites interface, learn how to create new sites, and begin adding pages.
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Google Photos for iOS
Access Google Photos on your iOS device. Discover Google Photos for iOS, including account management, searching, album creation, and editing photos.
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Google Photos for Android
Google Photos is your cloud-based photo album and can be accessed on your Android device. Discover Google Photos for Android, including account management, searching, album creation, and photo editing.
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Creating Albums & Slideshows
Google Photos includes tools that allow you to organize your photos. Discover how to create albums, collages, and slideshows using Google Photos.
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Uploading & Editing Photos
To start using Google Photos, you need to upload your photos. Discover how to upload and edit photos using Google Photos.
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Sign-in & Navigation
Google Photos is your cloud-based photo album. Discover how to sign in and navigate Google Photos and configure the app.
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Google Keep for Android
You can use the Google Keep app for Android to stay organized from your mobile phone or tablet. Explore Google Keep for Android, from creating notes and pinning them to syncing and sharing and using widgets.
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Google Keep on the Web
Google Keep is a multiplatform, cloud-based notes application. Explore Google Keep on the web, from creating notes and checklists to embellishing notes with images.
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Adding Text to Drawings
Help clarify the content in graphics or diagrams by adding text. Discover how to work with text and labels in Google Drawings, use word art to create and customize titles, and run a spell check to check for errors.
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Using Drawing Tools
Explore drawing tools in Google Drawings. Discover how to work with tables, images, diagrams, and shapes, as well as how to organize elements in a diagram.
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Creating & Sharing Drawings
Google Drawings is a tool that lets you create and edit drawings. Explore the interface and tools, and discover how to create, manage, download, share, and add comments to a drawing.
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Using the Storage Tools
Google Team Drives is a cloud-based, team-focused storage solution designed to help you store and collaborate on files within your organization. Learn how to create new teams, add storage spaces, and import and create files.
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Explore methods of keeping organized with Google Team Drives, including how to sort, filter, and search for files. Learn how to use and manage folders for better organization, and configure your Google Team Drives settings.
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Using Formulas to Calculate & Manage Data
Discover how to use Google Sheets for common tasks like calculating the interest on a loan and comparing loans. This course will also teach you how to build formulas to find and manage duplicate values in your spreadsheets.
Google Sheets includes built-in formulas to extract and analyze data. Learn how to work with some of these formulas on both data and text values, and use the LOOKUP and VLOOKUP formulas.
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Using Basic Formulas
This course will focus on manipulating data and performing basic calculations using formulas in Google Sheets.
First, discover how to manually select and use formulas in a cell, as well as to get access to the full list of functions available in Google Sheets.
You will also see how to copy formulas to quickly fill out a table. Other functions will allow you to rank, count, and round values in a sheet. Google Sheets' functions are useful for manipulating text as well. For example, to replace specific characters or a text string. Finally, learn how to...
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Referencing & Managing Data
While working in Google Sheets, you will often use a cell value in a formula or another location.
Discover how to use absolute, mixed, and relative cell references in formulas or to extract values from other cells. These cell references will also be useful to create a formula with data from multiple sheets. Lastly, learn how to define data ranges for creating different types of menus using the data validation tool.
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Finding, Sorting & Filtering Data
There are times you may only want to work with particular data in a spreadsheet. Discover how to use the Google Sheets tools to easily find and replace data.
You will also learn how to sort your data and use filters to display only the data you need.
Google Sheets includes other advanced options for sorting and filtering data with colors and conditions.
In this course, you will discover other tools for filtering your data, such as filter views and slicers. Finally, learn how to group and ungroup your data to choose the information you want to...
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Working with others on a document
Easily share spreadsheets with your colleagues using Google Sheets collaboration features.
Discover how to share documents with others via email and select the most suitable format for sharing your spreadsheet. If you prefer to release your documents to a wider audience you can publish your spreadsheet via a link or by embedding code in a blog.
To work with other users in real-time, discover how to set up sharing options for individuals or to create a link available for anyone in your organization. You will also learn how to...
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Enhancing your documents
Improve the display of your data using the insertion tools in Google Sheets. Discover how to add more columns, rows, and cells to insert more data in a worksheet. You will also learn how to manage and customize rows and columns by changing their size and applying borders.
Spreadsheets in Google Sheets do not have to contain only data. Explore various methods for inserting images, including how to create, insert, and edit drawings, as well as hyperlinks. All these tools can be useful for creating first-rate headers for your documents.
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You can improve the appearance of your data by using the formatting tools in Google Sheets. Discover how to work with data types, apply color, align text, resize columns and rows, and use conditional formatting formulas.
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Inserting & Managing data
This course focuses on inserting and managing data in your worksheets.
Google Sheets includes a variety of tools for inserting, editing, and customizing data. Learn how to insert data and how to create an automatic list of numbers, dates, or codes. You will also see how to select a cell or a cell range for copying and how to use the 'paste special' options to reuse formats or formulas.
Finally, learn how to insert data with the Explore tool and how to improve your data with the Spelling tool.
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Creating & Managing documents
Explore the basics of creating, saving and managing spreadsheets in Google Sheets.
Discover the multiple ways and places to save your spreadsheet, including on your computer and on Google Drive. Continue by learning how to save a workbook as an Excel, CSV or HTML file.
See how to manage a document's version history, and recover unsaved documents. Finally, learn how to configure your spreadsheet settings before printing or saving it as a PDF file.
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Navigating & Configuring
Google Sheets is a web-based spreadsheet program from Google.
Discover how to access the application and explore the Google Sheets home page. From this interface, learn how to open your spreadsheets for editing. You will also see how to customize the interface and spreadsheet view, and work with add-ons.
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Sharing & Collaborating on Documents
Google Docs makes it easy for others to work on a document with you at the same time. Discover how to share a document as an attachment or via a link. Learn also how to share your document with one or more team members of your organization. Google Docs allows you to configure and manage permissions for each individual.
In this course you will also see how to use the suggesting mode to track changes in a document. Other collaboration tools are also available, as comments, tasks assignments, and real-time chat to...
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Using Tables, Charts & Diagrams
An effective way to present data in Google Docs is in a table. Discover how to add and delete tables, insert and delete columns and rows, modify column and row size, and apply formatting to tables.
In a technical document, a diagram or chart is a good way of explaining your point. Discover how to insert and format diagrams, shapes, charts, and flowcharts in Google Docs.
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With Google Docs, you can emphasize a particular element of your document by using images.
Discover how to insert an image from different locations, as your computer or your Google Drive. After inserting an image, learn how to format and modify it by using the Image options. You will also learn how to add and edit hyperlinks and equations. Finally, see how to re-use content from different documents with Google Keep.
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Shaping & Formatting Documents
Make documents easier to read by changing the page layout in Google Docs.
Discover how to format documents by converting a title into a WordArt element. If you are working with list, conver it into a bulleted or numbered list with Google Docs. Learn how to organize the different parts of your document by adding page and sections breaks, as well as page numbers, headers, and footers. Lastly, see how to insert and customize a table of contents and a bibliography.
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There are numerous ways to improve the appearance of your text in Google Docs documents.
In this course you will learn how to change the aligment and line spacing to improve the readibility of your text. Next you will discover the different options to customize your text: fonts, colors, effects. You will also see how to text styles to automatically set text as titles or headings. This will be useful to create a table of contents.
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Using Research Tools
Google Docs gives you a suite of research tools to enrich your documents and manage your information sources.
Learn how to proofread your document before sharing it with others or use the dictionary to improve the quality of your text. You will also discover how to quote information from other documents or the web, and even select the citation format. Finally, see how to translate your document.
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Google Docs includes numerous tools and features for editing your documents efficiently.
First, learn how to choose the most proper view mode to work with a document. Google Docs offers three different options to edit, review or modify a document. Next, explore several ways to input and manipulate text in a document, and discover how to easily find and replace text.
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Saving & Managing Documents
Explore the basics of saving and managing documents in Google Docs.
Discover the several ways and places to save your document, including on your computer and on Google Drive. Continue by learning how to save a document as a Word, PDF, EPUB or HTML file.
You will also see how to get statistics for a document, including word count, and the number of lines or paragraphs in a document. Finally, you will learn how to manage a document's version history, and how to restore a previous or the most recent version of your documents.
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Connecting & Setting Up
Google Docs is a web-based word processing application from Google.
Discover how to access the application, explore the interface, navigate documents, use keyboard shortcuts, customize interface elements, and work with add-ons.
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Managing Files Storage & Settings
Once you get used to Google Drive, you may need to adjust the display or settings to make the application behave according to your needs. For example, you can automatically convert files to a format that can be edited within the Google Workspace. In this course, you will also learn how to use Google Drive from your computer: to download files, connect your online account with your desktop application, and use the synced applications.
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Sharing & Collaborating on Files
Once the files are stored on your Google Drive, the main purpose of this application is to enable you to share them easily. Then, it is worthwhile knowing how to manage the sharing options, how to see who has access to your documents and how to change its owners. For a better collaboration, learn to comment, to communicate and to work on a file at the same time as your colleagues.
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Finding & Organizing Documents
When you store and create a lot of files in your Google Drive, you may want to find them as quickly as possible. Learn the different ways to sort and view the details of your documents. Also, it is a good idea to organize your stroage area : create and manage folders to contain your files and use workspaces to be more efficient.
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Navigating, Storing & Creating Documents
Google Drive is a cloud-based storage solution included in Google Suite. Learn how to import files on this application and how to create new documents. In case you need to update them, you will always be able to view, edit and even delete your files. To work more efficiently, see how to use the priority view or the side panel options.
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Discover how you can customize your Gmail to fit your needs. Learn to add and manage tasks, configure your inbox and email display, and automate forwarding and delegation.
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Using the Calendar Tools
Get to grips with the new Google Calendar UI, and learn how to create events and reminders, as well as manage and personalize your calendar settings.
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Using the Contact Tools
A key feature of Gmail is the integration with Google Contacts. Learn how to add to, manage, and organize your contacts list.
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Professional or personal, it's important to keep your Gmail inbox organized. Learn how to manage your emails by creating labels and filtering out unwanted emails and spam. You'll also discover the new Snooze tool, which allows you to temporarily remove an email you have received, in order to deal with it at a later time.
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Discover the many ways to personalize your emails in Gmail with emojis, signatures, images and videos, and various formatting techniques.
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Sending & Receiving Emails
Become familiar with Gmail's functions such as sending, receiving, forwarding, and saving your emails. You'll also learn how to send and open attachments, modify send settings and create an out-of-office reply.