Tech Tip Thursday March 10, 2016

Do you have to-do lists all over your classroom or home? Have you ever gotten to the store, a meeting, or anywhere else and realized (too late) that you left your list at home?

You Should Check Out Google Keep!

Google Keep allows you to create notes, lists, and photos that sync to all of your devices through one Google account! So, create the list on your desktop at home and pull it up later on your cell phone while you're at the meeting or in the store!

How Does It Work?

First, download the Google Keep app in your app store.

Then, log in using your Gmail account.

Teacher Tip: All you need to unlock the wonder of Google is a Gmail account! If you have one, you already have access to everything Google - including Google Drive!

Click, "Take a Note".

Then, start making your lists! It's THAT easy!

Every note in your account will automatically save and sync to any device that has the Keep app installed!

You can also use Keep on your desktop! Click the link below to bookmark it now!

Select colors and add labels to quickly organize notes! For example, color all of the notes pertaining to work blue!
Do you need a reminder for an item on a to-do list?

Pick a Date, Time, or Location for a list and Keep will automatically send you a reminder!

Need to remember to pick up some groceries? Set a location-based reminder to pull up your grocery list immediately when you get to the store!

Want More Information?

Please Contact Me!

Laura Sprinkle - Digital Learning Specialist
Created with images by Dean Hochman - "post-it notes" • Dean Hochman - "post-it notes" • TiBine - "tool work bench hammer" • bonnie-brown - "Day 18: Most Used Apps" • hurk - "iphone 6 apple ios" • kaboompics - "laptop office work" • keenicon - "clocks time wall clock" • cocoparisienne - "folding map road map travel route"

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