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The Ultimate Guide to G Suite

This post was originally published on this siteAs both an employee and small business owner, I adore G Suite. I’d consider it one of the best tools I have at my disposal, mainly because it’s so easy to use and incredibly multi-functional. Whether I’m collaborating with my editor on a …

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The Super-Simple Way to Create Your Own Google Forms Templates

This post was originally published on this siteWhether you need to collect employees’ take-out orders for a team dinner or create a feedback form for customers, Google Forms is undoubtedly one of the most useful free tools at your disposal. Google Forms provides 17 pre-made templates, varying in subject from …

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The Short & Sweet Guide to Google Keep

This post was originally published on this siteI have a confession to make: organization does not come naturally to me. To give you a better idea of what exactly we’re talking about here, this is what my phone home screen looks like on any given day: Not too pretty. In …

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The Ultimate Guide to Google Forms

This post was originally published on this siteWhether you’re collecting customer feedback or applications for a job opening, Google Forms is undoubtedly one of the best free form tools at your disposal. Google Forms integrates seamlessly with other Google products, such as Sheets, allowing you to make sense of all …

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The Ultimate Guide to Google Slides

This post was originally published on this siteSlide decks are ubiquitous in the business world. To present new findings or strategies, train new employees, and even sell your product, you’ll often use a deck to easily convey information and visually engage an audience. One of the best tools for creating …

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How to Create a Quiz in 5 Minutes With Google Forms

This post was originally published on this sitePop quizzes always seemed unnecessary and annoying during school. But in the working world, they can be quite useful — you can use quizzes to engage an audience or make sure your new employees understand team protocols. If you want to create a …

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