Holy cowabunga all my ninja turtle friends! Have you heard the latest and greatest?
Google Classroom is open to everyone. You are now allowed to have Classroom on your personal gmail accounts making PD, global collaboration, online learning, and more so much easier.
Check out the video and leave me a comment on what this means for you. I have big plans and cannot wait to roll them out this summer. I hope you are ready. Grab your coffee because this changes everything!
This tip will make your life so much easier. Don’t you hate it when you only have one screen, but really need two? Have you ever needed to have two things going on at once to get a job done? Do you need to work on a document while watching a tutorial or movie? Do you need a screen in the corner while you are working?
This tip will walk you through how to set it all up quickly and easily so you can watch Netflix while working…..I mean have two vital pieces of work information up and going at once to be more productive.
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UPDATE – This tip works only works on Chrome OS(Chromebooks). The new Chrome updated 54 has disabled panel enabling. If you are Windows 10 machine or other platform this may not work anymore.
I have been asked several times how to split screen on multiple devices. There are several extensions, apps, and more that can help with this. However, I wanted to share how to easily do this task on all platforms with no extra tools.
I cover how to do so on a Mac, Chromebook, and PC.
What other shortcuts, tools, tips, etc. do you use to split screen or to make your productivity flow smoother and easier when you work?
In education there are times when we gather data into a sheet and need to share parts of the form out to others. How does one do that so that it populates automatically over time without copying and pasting time and time again?
Warning: My goal is to take the questions people have about technology and provide solutions. This is just one solution. If you have other ideas or methods to solving the same issue, then please leave a comment or reach out so we can showcase the method. This is not the only method, but simply one that I use.
For those who don’t want to watch a video, here is a quick guide. To do this tutorial you need to have open
Existing spreadsheet with the data you want to move to another Sheet
The new Sheet you want to create
Grab the key from the URL of the Google Doc you want to import.
Write down or take a mental note of the columns or range you want to import. You can import entire columns by entering something like Tab Title!A:F. Or, for a specific range, something like Tab Title!A6:F100.
Go to your new Sheet that you are creating. Enter the following data in the Sheet where you want it to appear.