Scrolling back through recent posts, I see that it’s been awhile since I’ve shared about nuts and bolts technology which can make life better for educators – inside or outside of the classroom.
So, here’s a quick post about cool and useful ways to utilize Google tools.
First, how often do you use Google Now on your phone, tablet or Chromebook? I don’t look at the “cards” or use the voice activated search (the “OK Google”) as often as I could. But now, having discovered this amazing list of functions, I’ll surely use it with greater frequency.
If you don’t have time to click and view the list, you can take the shortcut the author suggests:
If you’re too lazy to scroll this list, you can also access a list of voice commands on your phone by tapping the mic and saying “show me what you got”.
And, thanks to Time magazine for this list of “11 Google Tricks Which Will Change the Way You Search”
BTW: The Google Image above is not from my Google Now, although I wish I was in San Francisco today!