7 Google Tricks to Learn During Spring Break!
7 Google Tricks to Try During Spring Break!
Who’s ready for Spring Break? I know I am! Spring Break is a great time to relax, vacation, spend time with loved ones and recharge. It is also a great time to sharpen your saw! So I have put together this quick list of Google tricks for you to try during your break. There have been some great updates to Google Apps over the last few months, and spring break is the perfect time to play and learn some new Google tricks! I kept this list short, so it doesn’t require much of your precious vacay. Below are seven new features from Google for you to test drive during your break.
The New Google Forms
2. Google Forms Notifications
3. View Individual Responses in the Google Forms Editor
4. Track Google Forms Responses
5. Google Forms Add-Ons
Google Docs Updates
6. New Templates in Google Docs
7. Voice Typing in Google Docs
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