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Cite your sources with Explore in Google Docs

Students writing research reports, analysts crafting whitepapers, and others looking to credit their sources can now insert citations as footnotes with the click of a button in Explore in Docs on the web.

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New time-saving features in G Suite for Education

G Suite for Education helps students move from collecting ideas to creating projects and papers as quickly and easily as possible. Google Docs achieves this by facilitating collaboration, making it easy to work on any device, and weaving in machine intelligence to handle the more mundane elements of getting work done.


New Features in Google Docs

Andreas shows off some of the new features in Google Docs (and some old ones) including formatting tools, columns, and table of contents with page numbers.


Explore in Docs, Sheets and Slides makes Work a Breeze

Explore uses Google smarts to help you create amazing presentations, spreadsheets and documents in a fraction of the time they used to take…so you can get on with what’s most important in your life. It’s like having a researcher, analyst and designer by your side.


What you love about Google Search — now for Drive

Innovation is critical for business success, so we’re constantly trying to build tools that enable our customers to do more. Starting today, you can use Natural Language Processing (NLP) and other new and improved features in Drive search on web to find files easier and faster. You’ll also see a couple of highly-requested Google Docs features that have been added based on your feedback (thank you!).

6 awesome uses for Revision History

It used to be that all we had was the final version of a student’s work. We couldn’t see revisions, trial and error, and collaborate work with others. However, with Google Apps that is not the case. Google provides you with your own personal time machine in a tool called Revision History, which lets you see every change ever made to a document, when the change was made, and who made the change. This powerful tool is available in Google Documents, Slides, Sheets, and Drawings.

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How to Migrate data away from Google Apps

When it comes time to leave Kenston, and you want to take you Google Apps account data with you, there are several options. First, make sure you create your own personal email account, so you can migrate your data to someplace, if you want to keep using it. You can also just download and store the data for later access.


Tracking Changes in Your Google Drive

I’ve been working a lot lately with smaller teams in our organization on various projects, and keeping track of what is up-to-date, who has changed what, and whatever else has happened can be a real challenge. Some new functionality in Google Drive has made keeping up-to-date and effectively tracking changes easy. Let’s explore a few ways to track changes and manage the flow of information.


Top 10 Google Apps for Your iPhone

If you’re like most people, you probably have a phone, and chances are you have either an Android or an iPhone. I have the latter, and thought I’d share the top 10 Google apps I use almost daily. Here they are, in no particular order – all are free to download, and some can connect to multiple Google accounts at the same time.