Alas . . . it is that time of year when all kinds of changes are being announced, and whether they know it or not, LOTS of people have this question! The answer is YES . . . unless of course I am a really big fan of yours and I am mad that you're leaving. In that case, the answer is most definitely, "No, so you might as well stay."
Ok, ok fine. If you are getting ready to retire, leave your district, or graduate from your GAFE institution (as a student), and you want to preserve your Google account data, then you need to know about Google Takeout.
Just in case you have any pull... It would be nice to be able to have the ability to do a DRAFT watermark in both Docs & Sheets. I use both of these a lot and there is no easy way to do a DRAFT watermark right now .
Haha! You're cute to think that I have any Google pull whatsoever, but actually . . . I kind of do, and so do you! It's a bit of a hidden feature, but now that I know it's there (thanks to Alice Keeler), I use it all the time!!
I have a teacher who would like to send her Google Calendar in an email. How does one do this?
Sharing your calendar with family, friends, and colleagues is not only a really thoughtful thing to do, but it's very useful as well! Share your classroom calendar with parents so they can see your daily schedule. Create a new calendar so that you and your colleagues can plan lessons. The possibilities are endless once you know how to get it to them.
Without looking, would you be able to tell me how many emails are in your inbox? Is it more than zero? Is it more than 10,000??? Either way, you need to know about this.
Inbox Zero is the concept that you can (and should) keep your inbox at ZERO messages using this mantra: delete, delegate, defer or do. Here is some advice on how to make that happen: