Have you ever had so many tasks to do and can never remember them all? If so, Google Keep is the app for you. Unfortunately, I fall victim to distraction much too often. This Google App has improved my ability to keep my homework schedule on track by providing notifications to keep track of assignments.It also keeps track of everyday events to cover you from your own forgetfulness.
Steps To Get You Started:
1. Open your web browser. In your Omnibox ( also known as the address bar) navigate to “keep.google.com”.
*TIP*:you will need to sign in to a google account or create one
2. To create a new note, simply click on “take a note…” located in the rectangle located at the center of the screen. and begin typing
3. To delete unnecessary notes from your list, click on the more button, ( the button located in the bottom corner of your note with 3 stacked dots) then click on “delete” at the top of the drop down menu.
4. By clicking on the “remind me” button on the bottom of your note, you can then set a date and time to notify you.
5. You can also create a list by clicking on the “new list” button located on the right side of the rectangular bar that says “take a note…”. It is also possible to click on the checkboxes and mark out an item.
How Can These Tips Be Of Use To You?:
Google Keep is an effective resource to students or teachers how to manage their time wisely through reminders in google keep. This application has helped to keep my homework schedule on track by providing notifications reminding you when break time is over, to keep track of assignments based upon classes, and keep track of what you need to be done as to not forget important events.
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Zachary Bingham is a senior currently attending Ash Grove High School.His favorite after school activities are playing video games, watching anime, and creating programs. Knowledge fuels his day to day life as well as exploring new ideas. Prior experience with technology he has had is taking OTC Computer Information Science classes for 2 years. He also has had experience with programming languages such as Python, C#, HTML, and CSS.