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Google Sheets Is Adding Colorful “Chips”

Spreadsheets are useful for a lot of things, and among those uses, there’s project/task managing. Google Sheets is one of the most easily accessible and useful spreadsheet services, and now, it’s getting a little friendlier f…

Say Goodbye to Paginated Google Search Results

Google’s iconic page picker has been a staple feature ever since the search engine was first launched in 1998. But now, it’s going away, as Google is implementing a new infinite scrolling feature on its search results on the …

How to Move a Table in Google Docs

Tables enable you to structure data efficiently in a report, essay, or research paper. However, after you create a table, you may realize you need to move it elsewhere. We’ll show how to move a table in Google Docs….

How to Hide a Slide in Google Slides

If you’d like to prevent a specific slide from appearing while you’re presenting or printing your presentation, rather than delete it you can hide that slide on Google Slides. We’ll show you how to do just that….

How to Tune Your Guitar With Google Tuner

Need to tune your guitar? Tuner apps can be expensive, and forgetting your physical tuner at home is the last thing you need when you’re about to start a gig. The free Google Guitar Tuner is a search away in your browser and …

It’s Now Easier to Google Your Favorite Food

The holiday season is a time of giving, getting closer to friends and family, and not least importantly, tasty food. Google’s Search component, which is still the company’s main product, is now making it easier to look up foo…

You Can Now Use Google’s VPN on Your PC

Google’s “One” subscription service not only lets you get more storage space across Google service, but it also gives you access to a VPN. Now, you can use it as a regular VPN client on Windows and macOS computers….

How to Make a Chart in Google Docs

If you want a graph in your report, proposal, or research paper, you can create one directly in Google Docs. There’s no need to worry about making one elsewhere and embedding it. Simply insert your graph and add your data….

How to Sign Out of Google on All Your Devices

Did you sign into your Google account on a public computer? Or are you logged into Google on a device you’ve lost? If so, you can sign out of Google on all your devices to prevent security mishaps. Here’s how to do it….

How to Use the Google Online Calculator

Google isn’t just for finding resources on the internet. The search engine also offers a free calculator built right in that you can use to perform both basic and complex calculations. We’ll show you how to use the Google onl…

8 Google Meet Features You Should Be Using

Google’s productivity apps, including Google Meet, are chock full of useful features. For example, did you know you can easily record a meeting inside the app? To make the most of your meetings and calls, here are several Goo…
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