Getting Started with Gmail

With Gmail, your email are stored safely in the cloud where you can get to them from any computer or device with a web browser. You can also quickly organize and find important email, add your professional signature to email you send, and read and draft email when you don’t have an internet connection.

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Stay Organized with Google Calendar

Google Calendar is a free web and mobile calendar that lets you keep track of your own events and share your calendars with others. It’s the ideal tool for managing personal and professional schedules. It is both simple to use and very powerful. If you have a Google account, you have access to Google Calendar.


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How to use Google Drive

You can store your files securely and open or edit them from any device using Google Drive.

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What can you do with Google Docs?

With Google Docs, you can create and edit text documents right in your web browser—no special software is required. Even better, multiple people can work at the same time, you can see people’s changes as they make them, and every change is saved automatically.

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What can you do with Google Classroom

  • Keep track of classwork and materials.
  • Share resources and interact in class stream or by email.
  • Submit assignments.
  • Get feedback and grades.

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Get started with Hangouts

You can use Hangouts to:

  • Start a chat conversation or video call.
  • Make phone calls using Wi-Fi or data.

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What can you do with Google Meet?

With Google Hangouts Meet, you can hold impromptu video meetings on the go, virtual training classes around the world, remote interviews, and much more.

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