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Google Workspace Applications: Full Tutorial for Beginners

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Lessons in This Class

    • 1.

      Course Introduction

      1:40

    • 2.

      What is Google Workspace?

      2:41

    • 3.

      General Overview 1-5

      5:05

    • 4.

      General Overview 5-10

      4:01

    • 5.

      General Overview 10-15

      3:38

    • 6.

      General Overview 15-20

      5:52

    • 7.

      How to use Gmail

      18:57

    • 8.

      How to use Google Drive

      10:18

    • 9.

      How to use. Google Drive for Desktop

      9:44

    • 10.

      How to use Google Docs

      13:27

    • 11.

      How to use Google Sheets

      13:37

    • 12.

      How to use Google Slides

      20:12

    • 13.

      How to use Google Meet

      15:04

    • 14.

      How to use Google Forms

      20:06

    • 15.

      How to use Google Keep

      9:56

    • 16.

      How to use Google Translate

      7:45

    • 17.

      How to use Google Calendar

      13:38

    • 18.

      How to use Google Jamboard

      6:14

    • 19.

      How to use Google Photos

      8:34

    • 20.

      How to use Google Tasks

      6:05

    • 21.

      How to use Google Classroom

      15:46

    • 22.

      How to use Google Earth

      11:33

    • 23.

      How to use Google Chat

      9:47

    • 24.

      How to use Google Sites

      15:08

    • 25.

      How to use Google Drawings

      18:09

    • 26.

      Conclusion + Project

      2:03

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About This Class

Are you and your team ready to unlock the full potential of Google Workspace? Look no further! In this comprehensive course, you'll dive deep into the world of Google Workspace applications, gaining the knowledge and skills needed to streamline your work, boost productivity, and collaborate seamlessly.

Course Overview:

  • Course Introduction: Get started with an engaging introduction to the course.

  • Overview of Google Workspace: Understand the power and versatility of Google Workspace.

  • About Google Workspace: Explore the core features and benefits of this powerful suite.

Overview of Google Workspace Applications:

  • Overview 1: Dive into Gmail, Google Drive, Docs, Sheets, and Slides.

  • Overview 2: Explore Meet, Calendar, Forms, Chat, and Sites.

  • Overview 3: Master Keep, Drive for Desktop, Jamboard, Contacts, and Translate.

  • Overview 4: Discover Earth, Drawings, Photos, Tasks, and Classroom.

  • Quiz Questions and Answers: Test your knowledge with engaging quiz questions about Google Workspace.

Hands-On Training:

  • Introduction: Start with a hands-on introduction to the course structure.

  • How to use Gmail: Learn the ins and outs of efficient email management.

  • How to use Google Drive: Organize, share, and collaborate on documents effortlessly.

  • How to use Google Drive for Desktop: Make the most of desktop synchronization.

  • How to use Google Docs, Sheets, and Slides: Create and edit documents, spreadsheets, and presentations like a pro.

  • How to use Google Meet: Conduct seamless virtual meetings and collaborations.

  • How to use Google Calendar: Manage your schedule with ease.

  • How to use Google Forms: Create surveys and gather valuable data.

  • How to use Google Chat: Enhance communication within your team.

  • How to use Google Keep: Simplify note-taking and task management.

  • How to use Google Sites: Build professional websites effortlessly.

  • How to use Google Jamboard: Foster creative brainstorming and collaboration.

  • How to use Google Contacts: Manage and organize your contacts efficiently.

  • How to use Google Translate: Break language barriers with Google's translation tools.

  • How to use Google Earth: Explore and visualize geographic data.

  • How to use Google Photos: Store, organize, and share your photos and videos.

  • How to use Google Tasks: Stay organized and manage your to-do lists effectively.

  • How to use Google Classroom: Create a virtual classroom environment for teaching and learning.

  • How to use Google Drawings: Bring your concepts and ideas to life through drawings.

By the end of this course, you and your team will be equipped with the knowledge and skills to harness the full potential of Google Workspace, improving collaboration, communication, and productivity. Don't miss this opportunity to become Google Workspace experts—enroll today!

Let's embark on this learning journey together. Sign up now and take your Google Workspace proficiency to the next level!

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Dr. Rasheed

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I am Dr. Rasheed, a lecturer, speaker, and YouTuber with a PhD in Civil Engineering from Universiti Teknologi PETRONAS, Malaysia. A result-oriented, self-motivated professional with exceptional problem solving and communication skills.  I have a strong passion for sharing knowledge and engaging with audiences.

If you are looking to learn techniques, tips, and tricks that can elevate your productivity in life and in tech-related things, look no further. I am here to inspire you.

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1. Course Introduction: Hello guys, and welcome to this course on Google work space mastery. A cloud computing, productivity and collaboration tools all crafted by the brilliant minds at Google. I'm Dr. Rashid, a lecturer, a speaker, and a passionate tuber. I've been using Google work space over the last two years for everything digital, from file creation to sharing, to collaborating and teamwork with my students, my fellow professionals or creators, and my fellow educators, whether you are a teacher, entrepreneur, a student, or a creative, or any digital content creator. And you're searching for a one stop platform that houses a bunch of handy tools for creating, storing, educating, and running your business. And this course is for you. In this course, I'll walk you through the top 20 applications in Google work space, including Google Docs, which comprises of docks, slides, and sheets, Google Drive, Gmail photos, calendar, classroom forms, hang out, keep maps, drawings, jamboard, and many, many more. This course designed for beginners who are eager to dive into the world of Google platforms. Because, because it is designed to be hang on, all you need is just an internet connection, a computer, and your willingness to learn something. If you're ready, grab a cup of coffee, sit back, relax, and let's dive into the world of Google Workspace. See around. 2. What is Google Workspace?: In this class, we need to look at the Google work space as a whole. What is it and what are some of its capabilities? So the first thing we need to understand is that Google Work Space is initially known as G Suite. So if you hear G Suite, you are still referring to Google Work Space. And it's designed for productivity tools. Okay. It's a combination of different productivity tools from mail drive, meat calendar, and so on. You'll find all of them. Explain all of them in detail on how to use each and every one of them. It equally promotes collaboration so easily you can connect it to your students and from anywhere from any device you can digitize your content. You corres pointer messages. And we can store your data very easily and we can analyze them online. It's like an all in one tops platform for all the productivity tools that you need. It is designed to ease communication in that everything can be done from the comfort of your home or from the comfort of your tablet. With any device, maybe tablet or handphone, you can have access and still go on with your work. It is designed to ease communication all then it is as well made to enhance efficiency. So you'll be very efficient. You know what to do and you can do it from anywhere, from any device. You can access your files and data from anywhere. So efficiency is increased tremendously and then it can be applicable to individuals, team works teams. If you want to launch it for an organization, it's very possible you can own it and all your staff can have access and create accounts and start using it. And you will have seamless transitions and communication, and productivity and collaboration with this very tool. So we just look at the different applications just now in that it can assist you in document creation very easily. You can create a document and it's a very, very good alternative to Microsoft Office 365 and other paid Word Office platforms. So you can, like I said, enhance communication and you can analyze your data very easily and visualize it here. And everything is completely free of charge. So we're going to go into practical usage of each and every one of these tool and gradually we'll explain it and give some examples of how to use it. So in the next class, we're going to look at overview of the first five applications that we're going to consider for this course. Until next time, thanks for watching and we look forward to seeing you in the next class. 3. General Overview 1-5: Okay, welcome back. In the last class, we talked about the overview of Google work space. What it is and what it does, some of its benefits to professionals, students and lecturers. In this class, we're going to go a bit deeper into the overview of at least five of these applications. And let's just have a general overview, understanding of what they are and what they do. So for this class, we're going to look at the first five, which is Gmail, Google Drive, and we'll look at Google Sheets, Google Slides, and Google Docs as a whole. So the first one is Gmail. As we all know, Gmail is an interface for sending, receiving, and organizing e mails. And it offers robust search capabilities, spam filtering, and integration with other Google workspace applications. So from mail, we will have access to all the other applications within Google workspace. I'm going to show you in detail how to have access to all these as we go in detail to explain mail. The second one is Google Drive. Okay, Drive. As you hear the name, it's really, really, very important. And it's a cloud storage service to store, share, and collaborate on document spreadsheets, presentation and other files. Okay, you can store other files and you can easily share them just by copying the links, changing the authority. And you can share with your colleagues, with your friends, and they can easily access the data. So it's a storage platform you can store and share your data. It offers similar synchronization and accessibility across devices. You can use any device. Once you have Internet connection, you can log in to the Google service, Google Workspace, and you can access Google Drive. You will be able to synchronize your data and share them and use them or work on them accordingly. Then the third one we have is Google Docs. This one is, this is a collaboration word processing application that enables multiple users to work together on the same document in real time. This is like the alternative of Microsoft Word. It's basically designed for texting, text editing, a document creation, karate letters, or any kind of report from here. And you can export it very easily. And you can even export it or download it in docs file and even open it in other platforms like Microsoft Word or WPs or thereabout, it offers essential formatting tools and features for creating, editing, and sharing text based documents. So just like were you have a Microsoft Word, that's how Google Doc works. But the fourth platform that we have is Google Sheets. This is like the alternative of Microsoft Excel. So it's for data creation, data management, and even analysis of data. You can do everything from here. Google Sheet is a spreadsheet application that facilitates data organization analysis as well as visualization. You can create your data, you can analyze, and you can visualize the result of showing in detail how to do some of those actions within Google Sheets. And then it supports functions, formulas, and charts, making it a very powerful tool for managing numerical data. So it's all up to you if you want an alternative to Microsoft Excel, This is a call for you, this is a very good alternative for you. The fifth one is Google Slides. Google Slides is equally an alternative to the Microsoft Powerpoint that we have, so it's for slides creation and presentation tool. So we can see that Google Slide is a presentation application that allows users to create dynamic and visually opinion slide text. Okay, so you can easily create your slide and deliver presentation even within the presenter view. It's very possible with this very application. So you can see that it offers various templates, transitions, effects, and collaboration features. You can do all that a work collaboratively with others and you can have different kind of features like animations, transitions, and so on. You can add all that within this. So this is a total alternative to Microsoft part. This brings us to the end of this class where we discuss the first five applications, just an overview of them so that you can have an understanding of what they are and what they do, what you can use them for. In the next class, we're going to look at the next five applications that you can learn. This includes Google Meet, Google Calendar, Google Forms, Google Chats, and Google Sites. We're going to explain in detail all of these platforms or applications so that you can have general understanding of what they are and what you can use them for. Until next class. Thanks for watching, and I look forward to seeing you in the next class. By 4. General Overview 5-10: Hello and welcome back. In this class, we're going to look at the second overview of the Google Work Space platform, which includes applications like Google Meet, calendar forms, charts, and Google sites. So Google Meet is a video conferencing and communication tool that enables users to hold virtual meetings, webinas, and video calls. Generally, if you've used Zoom or Web, as this is the Google alternative to it, you can use it to conduct your online meetings, to do all your schedules, your tutorials. You can teach people. And you can connect with people regardless of the allocation globally, you can connect very easily. It's a video conferencing platform and it offers features like screen sharing, charts, and integration with Google Calendar. I will in detail explain practically hand or how to use Google Meet in the subsequent classes. So the seventh application that we're going to consider is Google Calendar. And Calendar is a scheduling application that helps users manage appointment events and meetings, okay? So it helps you to manage your appointment. You can schedule things and you know when it is due. You can cancel out or you can schedule or you can ev, be able to create your zoom meetings or Google meet meetings within calendar, flat around accordingly. You can put in details of events. I'll show you how to do that in detail and it offers shared calendars. You can share your calendar so others can book reminders and integration with other Google workspace very easily. You can integrate your calendar with all the other Google workspace for ease of access and productivity enhancement. The eighth, the next one is Google Forms. As we all know, Google Form is a survey and data collection tool that allows users to create customizable forms, quizzes, and questionnaires. Okay, you can use this whether you want to receive feedback from an event that you've conducted with Google Forms, you can have access or you can create these forms and you can receive feedback directly. And it goes beyond that. It is connected with Google Sheets. You can analyze and visualize your data also connecting from Google Forms, and you can see responses are automatically collected and organized in Google Sheets. Just like I've said, you can easily synchronize and connect them with Google Sheets for ease of analysis and visualization. The next one is Google Chat, okay? As the name implies, this is like the replica or an alternative to the normal Whatsapp that we used to have. Google Chat is a messaging application designed for team communication and collaboration. Okay, very easy, You can communicate and collaborate. Can even create groups. It offers chat rooms, direct messaging, and file sharing capabilities. So it's very, very powerful. I'm going to show you in detail how to use this feature to connect and collaborate with your coworkers and friends. And the next one is Google Sites. So Google Site, as the name implies, is a website building tool that allows users to create simple websites, okay, without coding knowledge. It's just a drag and drop platform that enables you to create your own website within Google Workspace. I'll show you in detail how to use it as well. It is useful for creating project sites, internal portals, and informational website. It's all boiled down to you. We'll go into detail, into understand some of these features and how to use them. This brings us to the end of the second overview of the Google Workspace applications. In our next class, we're going to look at other applications like the Google Keep, Google Drive, Google Jamboard, Google Contact, and Google Translate. Stay tuned until next time. Thanks for watching, and I look forward to seeing you in the next class. But 5. General Overview 10-15: Hello guys, Welcome back. In this class, we're going to look at the overview of five other applications including Google Keep, Google Drive for Dex Store, and Google Jamboard, Google Contact and Google Translate. So Google Keep, as the name implies, is a note taking application that lets users capture and organize notes, lists, images, and voice recordings. You can do all that within Google Keep. And why I like it is because it's easy to access with just a few clicks. You have access to all your data, to see your schedules, to see your storage, to see your voice opers and review and make comments or there about collaborate very easily. Notes are synced across all devices very easily. Within keep, you can sync your notes within all the devices. Next we have Google Drive for desktop, okay? Google Drive for Dektop, as the name implies, is an application that you can have for your desktop that functions or that helps you synchronize your data across the platforms. Google Drive for Desktop is a synchronization tool that helps users access their Google Drive files directly from their computer, from their computers, Explorer. So it's very easy to have access to your files. And you can make them to be offline so that you can have access to them even when you're not online. The next one is Google Jamboard. Jamboard Images, the traditional white board for the digital age, enabling teams to collaborate and brainstorm creatively no matter where they are located. So you can collaborate with your team and you can brainstorm on different ideas using Google Jamboard. It promotes interactive features, real time collaboration, and integration with other Google work space. This you can find very easily within Google Jumbo, and then the next one is Google Contacts. As the name implies, Google Contact is a contact management application. It allows users to store and organize their contact information very easily in case of loss of device or change of location. Once you have your e mail address or logging, you'll have access to all your contacts. Contacts can be synchronized across devices and accessed easily in Gmail. And then features include contact groups. You can create groups of contact labels and automated contacts and updates very easily. You can create all of the next we have is Google Translate. So right nowadays, it's easy to translate any kind of text to any language of your choice through the help of Google. Google is on top when it comes to translation of content to any language of your choice. As the name implies, Google Translate is a language translation tool. It provides translation between numerous languages. As I have said, it offers text and speech translation as well as image translation. Very easily you can do that. Google Translate is available as a web service and mobile app application. Okay, so you can have it as a mobile app or anywhere within your browser. Within your computer, you can sink for translation. And within a few clicks you see the translation. And it's available on all the applications. You can translate the document very easily. This brings us to the end of the third overview of the platforms that we're going to cover in this class in this course. In the next class, we are going to look at other Google applications like the Google Google Drawings, Google Photos, Google tasks, as well as Google class. Until next class. Thanks for watching. I look forward to seeing you in the next one. By. 6. General Overview 15-20: Hello guys and welcome back. In this class, we're going to look at five more applications overview of five more applications that you can use within Google work space. These include Google F, Google Drawings, Google Photos, Ble tasks, as well as Bogular Classroom. The first one is Google, as the name implies, is a virtual glue and map sets. Okay. Very easily, you can search and view in different locations, globally. Virtually it allows users to explore interactive three D maps of the world. You can have three D or two D maps according to your desire. Okay, some places are well mapped out so you can easily go on Tre D, you can see the clarity and everything in Tre D of a particular place. Then you can see, users can view satellite imagery, maps, terrain, and historical imagery. Yes, it's very easy to have access and we look into all of these features. And then Google F is used for educational, geographic and navigational purposes. You can use it for navigate across and you can use it for educational. If you want to study some contos or variation of some features or slopes within a particular bring, you can use Google Maps. It's very easy to and it's going to give you much data on that. So we're going to go in detail to see how you can use Google Maps. Next we have is Google Drawings. It's very easy. Google Drawings is a web based diagramming and illustration tool. Okay. Very easily you can create diagrams and illustrations to express and explain your ideas. It is part of Google work space and it's used for creating simple drawings, diagrams, and flow charts. You can easily were few charts diagrams and you can analyze and explain your concept using this platform. And then we can see it has collaborative features, making it easy for multiple users to work on the same drived simultaneously. So it's very easy to collaborate with people work on Google Drawings. And then we have Google Photos. Google Photos, also, as the name implies, is a cloud based photo and video storage service. It offers free storage for photos and videos of sta resolution. So you can easily move your photos and videos and you store them in Google Photos very easily. And within few clicks you, we'll have access to them on your Mobat or on your desktop. As you so wish you can organize, edit, share your data across devices. It's very easy to do all these. Some of its features include facial recognition and automated album creation. So want to look into the details of how this is done within the Google workspace. And then we have the Google Tasks. Google Tasks is to do list and task management application. Okay, when you want to have ease of access to your tasks and to do list, you can easily do that with the help of Google Task. Okay? It is integrated into Gmail, Google Calendar, and Google Workspace as a whole. It's integrated and users can create, manage, and organize tasks with due dates and sub tasks. Very easily you can do that. So it is a simple but effective tool for keeping track of tasks and goals. So very easily you can be able to keep track of your task, your daily, weekly, or monthly task. You will know exactly where, where you need to be and what are some of the task, your daily task, have you achieved them? Or if you've achieved them, can carry them over to the next day of the about. It's very easy within Google tasks to manage all of your schedules and they will have Google Classroom. Google Classroom is an online educational platform for teachers and students. They can connect to streamline assignments. You can streamline assignments, assignment management and resource sharing Can share documents, maybe folders, maybe files, maybe electrodes. You can share all that and then you'll be able to access and grade students based on their performance or based on the assignments they have submitted. You can grade them within digitally. Everything is done digitally, and then it's integrated with Google Work Space for efficient collaboration. Very easily, you can integrate and have access to other platforms as well from Google Classroom. It facilitates remote learning and classroom organization. Once you use Google Classroom, it becomes very easy for you to organize your tools and stay organized with your students. Stay connected with your students. They can commence, they can share, they correspond to any kind of assignments or any kind of query that they may have. Okay, so this brings us to the end of the top 20 platforms or top 20 applications that we'll have. An overview just explaining an overview of the top 20 applications that we have within Google work space. Now in the next class, we're going to look at in detail. We'll take each and every one of them and explain it in detail what it does with some practical guide and examples so that you can understand. And it's going to be hands on free to bring out your system connected to the Internet. And you start following as we are. We'll take one application after the other. You can take in your own and carry out some very basic things. Also to have a better understanding, because it's hands on thing, it's not enough for you to just learn about it. You have to get your hands dirty to be able to practice what we're teaching, okay? So in the next class we are going to look at Gmail as a whole. How to use Gmail, how to create an account, how to manage it, and go in detail on how to use it. Until next time. Thanks for watching, and I look forward to seeing you in the next class. Wife. 7. How to use Gmail: Hello and welcome back. In this class, we're going to look at how to use mail. The mail is our first platform, and so let's go into an incognitor mode so we can try to see how we can create an e mail. Okay, So once you Google, we can come to the top right, over here to the Google apps. Once you click, you'll be able to see all the applications. Okay? Google applications that you have access to. You can see all of them over here. So you have the option to move them across if you want, you can arrange them for ease of access. You can move them across and just change the allocation. But for today, we want to look at Gmail. For this tutorial, we want to look at Gmail. So we can just easily bring our Gmail to the top. You can see it over here. Once you click on this, it's going to open a Gmail for you. Okay? So because I have my Gmail account opened, that's why you see it like this. So if you don't have your account open, it's going to bring you to this very platform. You can either input your email if you have any. If you don't have, you can go ahead and create one. I'll show you how to create one. It's easy and it's free of charge. So this is the first method to access Gmail. If you don't want to follow that method, you can come to the browser and just for Gmail.com And it's going to bring you over to the same very platform, this very platform. So you're free to sign in if you have an e mail. If you, like I said, if you don't have, you can come over here and create an account. You can create account for personal use for my child or for my business, okay? So for my work or for my business. So let's say I'm going to create one for my personal use, Okay? And over here, you have to give in your first name, a last name. Okay? And then you can click on Next. So you specify your birth month. Okay? Your date of birth on the agenda. For example, you can specify, you can choose from the available emails. 27 at this is create your own. You have the option to choose from these two. You can go ahead and create your own. I want to create my own. Because of the nature of business, I do so hetcadery@gmail.com So I can just go ahead and click and say it's not available, so hcademyetil.com Let's see, it says it's available so you can put in your password. Okay, I can just go ahead and click on next. Then it's going to ask me to provide a recovery e mail in case of problem or in case you miss your password, you can recover your E mail very easily. So let's say I have this e mail, let's say next. This is optional. You can skip if you want. And then you can provide phone number independent on your country. You can just put in your country and provide the phone number. Okay? You can say next. And you have the option also to skip this if you are interested. Okay. So it's going to review this, your account. Then you can say next. And you can say, I agree with the terms and conditions. You can say no thanks to this. You can see right now we've just created a brand new e mail address from scratch. So whenever you create an e mail, you will be able to have access to the inbox. This is when you, when you send an e mail to you, it comes directly into your inbox. Except in some cases it can go into the span or the Ab. But most certified or correct e mails, you find them at your E mail, at your inbox, and then you have the tad item. Okay? If you go through an E mail and you like a particular one, based on importance, you can start it and you find it over here, so it can be separated from the other. So for ease of access, And then you can have snoozed, anyone you sloth, you'll find it here. If you send an e mail, you'll find it in the sen items, okay. And then you can see draft. Drafting is when you start writing an e mail and you didn't send it, it's automatically saved in the draft. And then you have more other features. Like you can mark the e mail as important and you can start chats if you want to use Google Chats. Later I'll show you how to do that. You can schedule events are different things, and then you can check out all your E mails. In cases when you have multiplingGmail accounts, you can incorporate all of them and you'll be able to see all the e mails that you have. And sometimes some e mails go into spam if you check your spam regularly. Also, sometimes you may find very relevant e mails in the spam as well. Trash. Whenever you delete an e mail, it goes to trash. Okay. So you can recover it or you can delete it permanently. Anything deleted from the trash, it is deleted permanently after some given time, Google is going to wipe it out. So let see how you can categorize your e mails. Okay. Accordingly. You can categorize them. And then you can manage your levels according to accordingly. And then you can create levels also, if you want to create levels where you can classify your e mails. So this is where you search for anything within your e mail. Okay? You can carry out such, you can search for any e mail that you are looking for within your email email list. Then you can come over here. Anytime you want to send an e mail, you can come to compose and you can see you have to write the e mail address of the sender, okay, of the receiver. And then you have to have to write the subjects, why are you sending this message to him? So maybe you can see analysis of results, for example, is the subject, okay? You can click here. If you want to see BCC and CC, you can just click over here. You can see this is BCC. If you want to CC, see the difference between C and C. Bcc is if you are sending an E mail, okay, And you have multiple other e mails, like five other e mail addresses. If you send them, you want to send the same analysis of result copy. Maybe two of the editors or two of the directors within your company for example. I can say they can. For example, you are sending the e mail to all of these. The difference is that when you them, this particular receiver is going to see these two guys, that they have received equal message. But when you copy this and cut and then use BCC, this message is going to go to this receiver. But he will not see that. You will not see that they being copied to these guys. You will not be able to see that. That's the difference between CC and BCC. Let's say we're using BCC and they will write the email hello and find attached the analysis of results for the project. Thank you. Now we've just written a simple e mail and we can send it directly by just clicking on send, we'll send it. Or we can click on this small arrow to shed unit for another time. If you don't want to send the e mail now, you can send it later. Can send it tomorrow, next, tomorrow, however I want it. And you can play around with the phone style from here. You can play around with all of these features. You can change the phone style. You can change the size it, okay. You can make it huge, can make the text huge. As soon as you select, you can change it to make it large, or you can bold. You can utilize, you can underline, you can change the coloration accordingly. You can change the color accordingly. And then you can change the alignment. Can align left, right, center. You can do all that, and you can add in bullets. Okay? In cases where you have some nist items, you can add bullets, or you can change the indenting. You can increase spacing for the indent, okay, or the about. You can see you can add quotation or you can add strikes through also through your text. Very easy. And then down here, you have the option to attach files with this, you can just click and attach a fire, assuming this is the analysis you are looking out for. Okay, So let's say this Google work space training, I can just select and click on. Okay. This is the document I want to send to him. So you can see it's been added into our e mail. Okay. So you can add multiple if you want to add more. And then you can remove by just closing on this, this staricle. Once you click, you're going to remove that. And then you can come over here if you want to add a link. Maybe there's a link you want him to refer to. For example, you can just come down here and see Epic mentorship, for example. I want him to refer to this. Let's remove this coloration of the background as if he comes within this e mail. I want to attach a link. I can just click here and I can attach a web address, For example, Google.com I'll attach to this. Anytime he clicks on this, he's going to take him to Google or to this website accordingly. Then you can have different types of G. You can see them of different types. You can attach them to your e mail and the sending meanings. Depending on the type of e mail you are sending, You can personalize it. You can make it formed. You can create it with some images to make the e mail sound natural and friendly. Okay? And then you can connect items from Drive. For example, if you have some items that you stored in your Google Drive, you can easily collect them or connect them with this particular account. And you can send or receive, you can send the documents to the receiver. Okay. And then down here you can insert photos if you have any photo within the Google photos or within your albums, or you can upload from a URL if you have a URL. So very easily you can upload. But the next is you can trouble the confidential mode to enable this e mail that this is a confidential e mail so nobody can have access to it. And then you can enable the user of signature. If you have a signature attached, I'll show you how to attach a signature and send to your e mail. So once you write and you are comfortable with what you've written and you like what you saw, you want to just send it directly. All you need to do is just to come down here and ask Clive and send and you'll be able to send this to the person. Okay? So you can see now you have sent the E mail if the person who are at the receiving end. Check his phone or can check his E mail. He's going to receive it. This message you have sent to find it at the send item over Heare. This is the e mail that you have to send. Alternatively, you may want to look at the settings from Gmail. You have the option to access the other Google features, like you can see some of them here. We have the Google Keep, we have Google Tasks, we have Google Contact, and so on. And you can add apps also to be able to visualize from here. And then you can check out on settings if you want to play around with some very basic things. For example, the default right now you can have the default density is set to this. If you want, you can make it comfortable to change the looks or compact to change the looks. Also, these are just different views, so you can check out the different themes. If you want to change themes, you can click over here to customize the theme. Okay, so right now you can see if there are different themes. If you want you can just select any and once you clop on Seve, it's going to take that theme. You can see, just check, change the theme. And you can see the e mails. You can check the inbox. You can check the other features also directly. So all is from this tab, you can check. And I think that we fight at the default one, the plain one, which is white. We can go ahead and change the inbox type. You can change it from this one to default to important first. However you want it, if you want the inbox to be rearranged to contain important documents first or messages that you've marked as important, you can just click Arrange them like that, or Read first. You can see or Start first or Priority inbox. You can change all these accordingly and then you can change the reading mode also down here. But then this is the general settings that once you come over here and click on it, you will have access to all the general settings over here. You can change from the language to the phone numbers. You can attach phone numbers, your country code, as well as maximum size for a particular page in the E mail. You can change all the default reply mode is a reply or reply to all. You can change all the, you can check enable Hova action or send or receive archive. You can temper with holds from here the default textile, you can make it default like the previously. We've changed how we've changed the style, the sizing as well as the coloration. You can make default from here. Okay, images, You can always display excellent images within the e mail if you want to. You can enable all that Nable dynamic E mail grammar spelling auto correct. You can enable all the disable as you saw. So these are some very basic corrections. Smart Compose, you can write suggestions through the e mail and you can have smart composer and personalizations as well. Lodges Smart reply. You can enable all these Audis able accordingly. One of the most important ones is the stars of Shack. If you want to categorize them, you can see different kind of stars. The one that is in use currently, if you start a document is going to show this yellow sign. If you want the other signs, you can just drag and drop. So you can start an e mail according to importance. So if you click on this blue sign, you can mean something. This e mail is office related. Or if you click on this yellow sign, it means it is house, home, or personal related. Or this one is office, business related, directly. Okay. So you can categorize them accordingly. You have keyboard shortcuts, you can enable them. All this able from here. Bottom levels. Bottom levels, you can enable all this able. You can add in your picture to your e mail from here. Okay. So be able to appear much more professionals professional. And then you can add signature. Signature is important. You can just add the signature. The signature name just signifies is this for office or for business for example, this is office. So I can say ABU, this area for example, this is the university I work. So I can see abuse area. And then this becomes the signature. So you define how you want it. So for example, at the end of the e mail, I wanted to take in this Do sheet and then I put a finer and then at the end you can see I put my phone number. Okay. So it's very easy. Once you have this, you can create multiple email signatures depending. So this is for my university. I can create one for my business, for example. I can see for Epic mentorship I can create one. Then I can go ahead and give the same details however I want to customize it. And you have access to all of these text editing features. Like if you have select, you can play around with the texts phone style, You can bold, you can utilize, you can underline, you can add in coloration to it or attach your photos accordingly within the e mail signature. All right, And down here, you can signify setting the default. Which one do you want to be? Default? Is it the B one or you want it to be no signature. As default, you can select between the ones that you have and make one the default E mail. And then down here you can enable the vacation responder in cases if you're traveling, maybe you're going on vacation, you want to set in auto response to your e mail. You can just go ahead and give it a subject, I'm out. Then you can put in the content however you want it. So this now becomes the fourt e mail that your respondent, anybody that sends an e mail to your box inbox, is going to automatically receive this reply once you specify the dates that you're going to be out. For example, the first day I can make it today, 13th of September. And then the last day, maybe I'm going to go for one week or two weeks. For example, one week, let's say I'll be back on the 20th. So within this specified period, whoever sent you an E mail is going to receive an auto respond. Because now we're starting today, so I'm out on vacation. You can see that the label is now showing that I'm on vacation and I'm going to come back after some time. So once you send an e mail address to my inbox, this auto response is generally going to come to your e mail. You're just going to receive an auto reply and that is going to be the content of the e mail. So once you're back from the vacation, you can just say end now, and then everything now ends. So whoever sends an e mail, you're going to receive it directly. So these are some very basic things that you can label or disable. And as soon as you don't, you can save all these and you see that everything is being saved. If you have the time, you can go ahead and check out the labels, the inbox, and see accounts and import information settings, filters and block addresses. You can add or remove addresses. You can block E mail addresses. In cases where you receive spam, e mails or disturbing E mails, you can block people from here. Then you can check our forwardings, add ons, chatter meets however you want. You can check out all these features. But the general settings are the most important at this point for you to get used to the e mail system. So this is your inbox and by default we've designed it to work function like this. We have important or read first and they'll start messages first. We've changed it if you want to, you can take it back to the normal and then we'll be able to see our e mail locally. Okay. So I think basically we have covered everything about the e mail started from how to create to sending, to receive an e mail. You're going to see it, of course, in the inbox. And if you want to send attachment, you see how to send attachments and all that. So I think this brings us to the end of this tutorial of this class on how to use Gmail Create account and use it in general. I hope you enjoy this video. Thanks for watching. In our next class, we're going to look at how to use Google Drive. Okay? One of the applications within Google work piece. So until next time, thanks for watching, and I look forward to seeing you in the next class. Bye. 8. How to use Google Drive: Hello guys and welcome back. In this class, we're going to look at how to use Google Drive. Okay, Google Drive is very, very important within the Google Workspace that you've explained earlier on in the overview. It's a complete storage and file management platform. You can store your data, you can store your videos, audio files, and everything within your drive. It's just basically a storage platform and you can share them directly here and you just one click share the link. And anyone with the ink, dependent on the authority that it defined, he can download or he can view, or he can edit the document accordingly, can collaboratively work with the people. But for now, to access mail, you have two methods, okay? The first one is you can come to the Google Apps over here. Just click on it and you'll be able to see Drive over here. Okay. So you can see, you can move it up also for quick, for ease of access. And once you click, it's going to land you on a fresh Google Drive like this one. Okay. So this is Google Drive over here. You will be able to drag and drop your files, You can sing them, whether they're media or audio video. You can drag and drop them here. So everything is housed on my drive. Usually you are giving 159 gigabyte of size for free to use. This is the first method to access. The second method is you can still come to your search bar and your sites for Drive.google.google.com Okay? And once you hit and Enter, it's going to bring you over to this very platform as well. So it's the two ways you can access from this drive. You'll be able to access different other applications as well. For example, when you come to this new, you'll be able to have access to Google Docs. Okay? Google Sheets and Google Slides, Google Forms. And you can see many more over here. You can connect Google Drawings, Google Maps sites, and so on. And you can add other applications as well to have access to them directly. So once you click on your of these, it's got directly taking to Google Slides or Google Docs as the case map. Today, we are not after this and for this class we are not after Googledcss. Just to show you another feature added within the Google Drive so you have access to my computer from the computer you're on, you'll be able to work on the computer. If you have shared an item or if anything is shared with you, you'll be able to see it here. Okay. You can check out recent, any document that you've worked on or you've uploaded, you'll see it on recent. Okay. Start items. If you start any item, you'll be able to see it over here, Pam as well, Sam, like inbox, you'll be able to see the bin when you delete an item. You'll be able to see over here and down here, you'll be able to see the storage status. How close are you to exhausting the free storage, okay? So you'll be able to see Funct. Then at any time you can delete the content from the bin and then you have more storage. You can bring in your files over here. You can search just like in the other apps or in the other general. You can search directly any document that you have saved here and you can create file. So you can create file. You can upload a file or folder. For example, you can say New folder and you can make it my document. And you'll have this as a folder within the Google Drive. Okay? Under my drive, if you want to create multiple, you can just click and then you can have My Masters. All your document related to Masters can be saved over here, so you can click to open them. And then once you open a particular folder, you can drag and drop different kind of media, different kind of files. So this is the first way you can drag and drop. For example, you can come over here, you can select any file, for example these two. I can select these two, drag them and drop them here. And they'll just be uploaded in my drive and they'll be stored here, so you can see they're being uploaded from here. Okay, so you'll be able to monitor the progress. This one has just been uploaded and you can see the both of them have been uploaded. You can be able to see who is the owner, It's me. And then what is the last days they have been modified? You can see the sizing of the file, You can see and other features as well. You'll be able to add other people, collaborate with other people on the same file. So all you need is just to click over here and you'll be able to add the e mail address of those people. So for example, I want to collaborate with this guy. I can write him a message directly. I'll say this is the file, okay? And you take notes and you can see the actions over here. You can be a viewer, a commentor or editor. You can set all that before sending to him or you can edit as well. Anybody with this link or who is Adelphia can edit or can do anything according to. Then you'll be able to see the details, the properties of that particular file, where it is and what are some of the features are in the activities that were done on that file. You be able to see it over here. You'll be able to see the history of the activities done. Yeah, you can always close on this. You can see this file has been shared with this guy. Okay, It's been uploaded. This when it is uploaded and I created the shared item on this. All right, so. This is it. This is the first method to drag and drop items. Or you can upload directly, maybe coming back to my drive, you can upload directly. You can upload a file, okay? Or you can upload a complete folder. For example, let's say I want to upload a file. I want to upload this simple image. See I've just uploaded it. And it is going to stay here. See it has been uploaded. From here. You can click and you'll be able to see preview of that particular image. And then you can be able to open it with different applications or you can download it from here. We can download if you want it on your text, we can click download. You can see it's just being downloaded. And then over here you'll be able to add it to, um, you add comments to it. You can add the comments to this particular document. Or you can come to the three dots and do many other things. For example, you can share, you can move, you can add it to stead, or you can rename it, or you can check out the details or you want to open it in a different tab. You can do all that from here. This is about file import. You can upload a file and you can upload a complete folder. So let's upload a complete folder and then let's see how it is being done. So for example in my dex I have small folder, for example, this one that I called pa file is just a folder I can click and it's going to upload it directly, See it's being uploaded. And you'll be able to see the progress down here it is being uploaded and it has been uploaded. Okay, so this is about uploading files. You can change the view from here, this is the normal list view, you can change it to grid view or list the out. I think I prefer it like this for ease of access there about from here as well. You can be able to have access to all of these features. You'll be able to have access to most of the other Google apps and you can add some within the Google Drive. You'll be able to have access to other applications. I work on them directly. This is Drive, this is my documents. This is what is inside my documents. If you want to share it with someone, for example, I want to share this complete folder in my document. Alternatively, you can select and you can right click on it. On the right clicking, you can see you can open it with these apps and you can download. You can rename you, can She? Okay. Sharing means you can copy the link or you can check out the share item. You can organize them in folders in different colors. You can give folders coloration for ease of access and ease of recognition. You can see you can give color. Maybe you can save green color to this. So I can, by green color I mean this folder. And by red color I mean this fold access. Then you can check out the file information, details, activities and such. Within paper, you can search, conduct search within that particular folder. And then you can move it to be, once you click move the bin, it's going to go directly to the bin. Like I've explained, anything deleted, you can come to the bin and you see it over here. We have the option also to restore it. We'll delete it forever. Once you click delete forever, and then we're back to my drive and we're back over here. So you want to share this document. Is my document. You correct? Click on it, Come to Share, Come to Share over here. And then you'll be able to write the e mail address of the person. But then before you write the e mail, you'll see the people who have access to this. It's this guy. And then if you want to set in the control, you can come down here and say, restricted anyone with this link. Now you can give the control. He can be a viewer, he can be an commentor, or he can be an editor like I've explained earlier. You can send the control from here directly. Then we can write his e mail if you want. Okay, so let's say I want to collaborate with this guys, We can write some e mail. Oh, you can just go ahead and copy the link. You can see now the link has been copied. And once you pass this, once you send this to him and he passed the e mail, he's going to give him access to that particular Fot directly. Okay. So this is the duty of Google Drive. It's very, very nice. You can send him, and he's going to receive this as an e mail. So as women, I want to collaborate with my friend with Epic mentorship. So I can say Epic Mentorship one, this e mail. All right? And I can write this message, find the file here, and we're I send this and it will be log into anywhere and you log into your Gmail. Okay? So if I log into my Gmail, I'll be able to have access to this and you set as an Eip sent to me. So once I click, I'll be able to have access to it directly. So this is basically how to use Google Drive to share your documents, to store your data, to store all kind of documents and files from here. And you can have access to them from anywhere. So in the next class, we're going to look at Google for Desktop. Okay, How to get the app and how to download and install it. And then we can proceed to see some very basic things that we can do to play around with our files. So until next time, thanks for watching, and I look forward to meeting you in the next class. Why? 9. How to use. Google Drive for Desktop: Hello and welcome back. In this class we're going to look at Google Drive for Desktop. In the previous class we've talked about Google Drive in general. How to import our media or our files and manage them and table them. How to share them to our colleagues and co workers. But in this class, we'll look at how to use Google Drive for desktop. It's easy because sometimes you may want to have access to your data offline. Google Drive for Desktop can give you that opportunity to offline or online your data. Or to your opportunity to keep your files on the cloud and not on your computer or both of them in cases when you may find yourself in another location that may not have network connection. So it is really very important to start with. Let me show you the two ways to get to Google Drive for desktop. If you have your drive opened, for example, right now I have my drive opened, you will be able to see it down here at the bottom, at the bottom left, If you have not installed it already, you will see the link to have the desktop fashion. But if you have installed it, then you will have to download it somewhere else. So the second method is you can come to Google. All right. You can just come to Google and then you can search for Google Drive for desktop, just like so You can see it over here. And you can go for the first option, which is Google Drive. On that Google, you can see it, so you can just see Drive. Third Google Drive. Okay. So what you should pay attention to here is this one. Download for desktop, okay? Download drive for desktop, and it's available for IOS as well, and Android. You can find this even on your mobile device, so you can download and use it as you, so, so you can just go ahead and click on this. Whether you're operating on Windows or Mac operating system, it's going to give you the needed version. Okay. It's automatically going to detect and it's going to give you the version you need. So once you launch it, you can open it from your Google Drive from your launch park over here. So you can see once you launch it or alternatively, you will still be able to see it at the top here, at the top of the status bar, so you can see it here drive. Once you click, you'll be able to monitor all the activities that you've done on the drive. Okay? All the files that you've synchronized. If you've synchronized the file, you'll see it ticked. And if it's not synchronized, you'll see it with some sign which maybe I'll show you later. And then this is telling you the status of all of these files. Everything is up to date, which means they've all been uploaded to the cloud. Okay. So if you have any notification, you'll be able to see it over here. And this moment I don't have any. You can search directly within the Google Drive. You can search for files, you can search for any documents that you want to use. Then still, from here, you can come to this gear icon, which is one of the most important things pay attention to. Once you here on the gear icon, you can set up preferences. These are the two things you would like to, there are two things are very important to understand when it comes to Google Drive for Dekstop. The first one is, you see your computer. This is Macbook Pro. And you can add any folder within the Macbook that you want the Google Drive to synchronize. Over here, you can just select any folder. You can just navigate to wherever you have that folder and you can just name it. You can just select that folder, and as you click on Open, it's going to ask you these two questions, okay? The first one is you want to synchronize the Google Drive or you want to back up the content of this folder in Google Photos, which usually is photos and videos. I would like to keep it up in the Google Drive. I just want to synchronize it on Google Drive. But if you want to go with Google Photos as well, you can synchronize the videos and photos over there. You can say okay to this. And this is now going to be added to the list of folders that I have within my system that have been synchronized to Google Drive. So everything inside this folder will be synchronized to the Cloud. So this is the first one. You can select, any folder within the system and synchronize it and connect it with Google Drive, which means all of its content will be synchronized to your Google Drive. So you can as well go to the second option, which is, so in this case, I forgot to save, so you can see. So which means everything here is going to be synchronized. The second one is the Google Drive. So the Google Drive, you will usually find it at any of your File Explorer, you can see it over here, Google Drive. So whatever is in your drive, whatever is in my drive is being synchronized over here. So as you click to open, you will see all the data that I have within my drive and all of it. When you see this cloud sign, it just simply means that they are already on the cloud but they are not on the system. Okay. They are on the cloud but not on the system. I'll show you how to make them available on the system in case if you don't want to keep them on cloud. So over here you have access to Google Drive. So you have two very important settings. You can stream files, which means you can store all my Drive files in the cloud only, and I don't want to keep them on my system. So by that you will have more space except for files that you've attempted to open or you try to make offline. Then it will be stored on your, on your system and you can mirror the files, which means you can have copies of them on your system and copies of them on the cloud. This selection gives you less space on your computer because the files are going to be still around within your system. And it's good for offline access in cases where you have found yourself in a place where there is no network, you can still work accordingly. So it's very, very, so the choice is yours. You can just make the choice accordingly. So what I wanted to show you is on a given drive, for example, this one, if you want to make a file to be an offline file, you can select any file. And if you want to make it available offline, you can just right click and come down here and say Access. You can see available offline. You can just select this and it's going to be made available offline with this green tick. It means it is available offline and you can still have it online as well. And if you want to remove it on the system and make it available online only you can still come back right, click it and just come down and say online and it's going to delete a copy of that that has been saved on your system. So that's the duty of Google Drive or Desktop. It enables you to play around with the files and save your space and time. And maybe sometimes to enable you half quick access to the data. So you can still come back here to the drive at the top and you can still come to the preferences, You can check out offline files, and you'll be able to remove some catch files. And you can check the size of offline files accordingly. And then you can still come back and still on the gear econ, you can see error list if you have any error. And then you can pause synchronization in cases when you don't want to synchronize. Maybe you don't have enough data you can synchronize. Or you can check out other things. And you can quit the Google Drive for textop. Whenever you want to add any file to the Google Drive for Desktop, you have the option to add from here, you can just drag any file, just drag and drop, and it's going to be synchronized to the drive. Or you can come to my document where we have that back, my backup file. So you can see these are files are added that are backed up on the drive. You can still add more if you want them to be added. Also, you can still drag and drop. And any file that's inside here is going to be automatically synchronized to the Cloud. So you can open the Google Drive and you'll be able to see these files that I've just added have been synchronized. These two that have just added, you can see the synchronized and added. So we can go back to the drive on the Cloud and try to check to confirm whether our files have been added. The ones that we've added within the computer, you'll see them on my computer here. All the files that I have synchronized and added Sorry, it's not this account, it's this account. All the files I've added under my computer, you'll be able to see them over here. These are the two files added. This is my Mabo, this is my map. You can see the two files I've added. These are the two dist added the so this is what I've just added last naf just now. So it's been synchronized and it's available online as well, so it's very easy to have access. You have access to your computer. And my drive, which is this one, which is this one. The Google Drive, my drive, you can see all of its content, all of these features, all of these files are already synchronized here. So it's very easy and it enables you to move around across between one of the platforms to another. This brings us to the end of this class on how to use Google Drive for Dex Doc. In the next class, we're going to look at how to use Google Docs, part of the Google Google Office suite. We have docks, slides, and sheets. Next class we'll look at how to use Google Docs. So until next time. Thanks for watching, and I look forward to seeing you in the next class. But 10. How to use Google Docs: Hello and welcome back. In this class, we're going to look at how to use Google Docs. This is the Microsoft Word alternative. It is called Google Docs. So you can do all sort of document editing, document editing, preparing and sharing, and collaborating within this very platform. So there are two ways to access, two or three ways to access Google Docs. The first one is you can come to your browser and just type in Docs.google.com and you brought into this very platform, okay, This is Google Docs. So you can start your documents from template or you can start from a blank sheet, and whatever documents you have worked on, you will be able to see them over here. These are your recent documents. This is the first method. The second method is you can go through your drive. You can go through your drive from my drive, you can come to new over here. And you can see this is Google Docs. So you can click and need to still bring you to a fresh blank Google Docs file over here. So this is the second method. The third method is you can come to dose and it's going to bring you to a fresh doc file. So this is it. So let's go back to the first one. This one you have the option to start from scratch from a blank sheet, or you can start from template. If you click on this template, you see all of them. You can have multiple templates from resumes to letters, to personal, to work related, and cells and so on. There are so many you can just human resource fillers and management. Anyone that you see fit for your content, you can just click and you can just go ahead and customize and edit and change things to suit yourself because maybe this is a resume standard style, you can just go ahead click and add your own information and edit accordingly. So this is the first method. The second method is let's start the creation from a blank sheet. I usually like to start from blank, so once you click on blank, it's going to bring you over here. This is a pure Microsoft, pure Google Docs document. So the first we need to do is to name the file. So for example, I can see work station, let's say Google Docs training. All right. So you can see as you are writing, everything is being saved automatic. So that's one of the advantages for Google Docs. Everything is being synchronized and saved and it's being saved in your Google Drive. You can have access to it anytime You can change the folder saved, the default, it is going to be saved in my drive. If you want to change the location, you can change it to any location. Or if you want to create a new folder, for example, I want to select this and I want to create a new folder inside this and then call it trainings. This is a folder I've just created. So you can move it here and you can now save it here, so you can see move it here. And now it is saving now this Google Docs training in that folder. Okay, so like you have in Microsoft Word document, this is where you do all of your writing, basic writing and editing, okay. So you can write anything and once you hit Enter, you can change line and write as many things as you want. You can select a text and do a lot of things from access to all of the text editing features like you bold, you can utilize, you can underline, you can change coloration of the text and you can change the bagraal color and so on. And then you can add a link to this. If you want to make it a link, you can select and you can just add a link directly. For example, I can say, anytime I click on this, it's going to take me to Google.com You can add a link to it, and you can bring in media. You can bring in different kind of images. You can bring in different kind of image either from your computer, from the search web, okay? You can search from the Google We drive if you have any saved in your drive, or you can check from Google Photos or from a particular URL of a photo, you can bring in or from camera that you have. You can upload from your computer if you have any from your computer directly. For example, I can select and import this Gmail. And if you have any maybe you can import from Google search. We you can search directly on the web. So for example I can see cats can select is going to bring me a picture of cats. You can just select on any and say insert. And it's going to insert that to the location that you've specified. So you can see right now have this beautiful picture of this cart. So you have access to a lot of things. For example, the indentingsn align, left, right, and center. And you can play around with the spacing. Line spacing, you can do custom, or you can make it single, double, or however you want it. Okay, So you can just keep clicking to have access. You can go to the next page, for example, have some text here. I can select and pass them over here. And I can go ahead and edit accordingly. You can change the sizing, you can change the font style as well as the font size here. This is the phone style. You can change the size of the font. Maybe you want something to be the heading one, you can just select and make it a title. Or you can make it heading to something like that. You can just select and play around with it accordingly. Now you have also other options, like you can insert a table. You can select Insert a Table anywhere. For example, I want to insert a table. You can define the number of rows and columns from here and just select. You can see with giving the number of rows and columns and you can go ahead and start typing and customizing accordingly. Again, you can insert charts, you can insert charts of different types, you can insert bar charts, or you can insert line chart or pie chart or thereabout. The good side of this is that it is a linked chart, which means when you come to this cradle, you click on this, you can open the source and you can play around with the data that's available. So you can see right now is taking us to Google sheet where the wall data is the source of the data. So you can see this system one, team, two, team three tour. If you want to, you can just go ahead and edit accordingly. And whatever effect or whatever value you've changed is going to reflect on the charts that you are creating. So right now you can see this is the sauce. So you can move the chart, you can select and move it by the side. And if you want, you can change anything from 36, you can make it 100. And you'll see it is going to take in effect. And when you come back to your Google Docs, you can see it has been effected as well. So this is basically, you can do quite a lot of things just like the way you can do in your normal Microsoft Word. You can come to Still Insert, and you can insert different kind of, like I said, different charts. You can insert different kind of emoges you can select and you see multiple of them over here. From this to this, you can see depending on the content that you're trying to create, you can still use different emoges for yourself. And then accordingly, you can still come to insert and you have the footnote. In building blocks, you can insert characters, different kind of characters. You can see them accordingly, okay? Depending on your message. You can select on any and you can insert into the time line. Okay? So you can as soon as you select it's being inserted. As soon as select, you select it's being inserted. So you can close. If you're done, you can insert equations as well. You can insert different kind of equation. All you need is just squezify the location you want to insert the equation very easily and nice, you can insert it. So it's very, very simple. And you can see you have some of these operators just select and play around with them. Okay, Why is equal to MX? Just simple equation. We can play around with the different operators over share different kind of signs. I think Google Docs is not too good with the equation. Maybe sometimes you have to add a plug in which you can do. I used to add an extension that can help me to write fantastic equations. For example, I can come to adults and say, get adults. And then you can search for different kind of adults that can work for you on the Google Docs. For example, I can have this equation, math equations. This one I used to use math types. So you can just select it and install it, and you can use it for long term. Additionally, you can insert different kinds of page numbers if you want. Headers and foters, watermark, page breaks if you want. You can insert links, comments, emogesn, insert Table of content as well to your document. With just a simple click, you'll be able to in insert that. Another thing you can insert is you can come to Wordcount. You can check spelling, grammar, grammar checks, and so on. And you can add line numbers in cases when you're submitting your papers to the conferences or journals. Sometimes you may need to have line numbers. You can insert line numbers by coming to line numbers over here, and it's just you can show line numbers accordingly. You can see it from here, and you can decide to disable whenever you want. Line numbers are very useful in cases where you want to submit to your papers and very easily they can detect corrections and where you have made the corrections accordingly. Now you can explore and do many things. One of the most enticing part with Google Docs is that you can collaborate and share, and work together with someone. For example, you can highlight and you can make a comment. From here, you can add a comment. For example, you can call on someone, Add, maybe this one to make a comment. Let's say please add something. Change the color the text, for example. This is just a comment he can just select and he's going to see this. And then he can be able to walk on his side to change the color of the text. Okay. And you'll be able to see the person changing the color. You can work collaboratively on the same document, so anywhere within the document. Also, if you want to call out someone, you can just use the add sign. With the add sign, you'll be able to call someone. Okay. To say Rashid, Please summarize this. Yeah. So it's very easy to call out on people and they will be able to receive notifications. So you have the option to do many things and you can see the collaboration. Once you select a text, you can add images and you can suggest edits. Okay, someone to edit or do something. So again, you can close on this and you can share this document easily as well. You can share by writing the person's e mail, and then you can send a message to him and you can assign the control from here, with that to be the permission with that for him to be a viewer, a commentor, or an editor. Okay, sometimes you need to copy the link and share it maybe via e mail or something. If you want the person to be notified when he receives, when you send in the collaboration request, you can tick on this. If you don't want them to be notified by e mail, you can untick this and they will not be notified. You just receive this whichever Google work space platform he's working. Okay. So I usually leave it ticked and then send and he's going to see it and act accordingly. Now you can change the options from here from editing to suggesting or viewing. We can adjust all this. Another thing that's very important is the page setup. Maybe you can change the margins accordingly. So to do that, you can come to file and you come to page setup over here. And you can be able to, you can apply the changes to the whole document. If you made any change, you can change over here. You can define the bottom, top left, right. You can define all this. And you can define the paper size and you can make it landscape or portrait. You can define from here easily. And then the paper color, you can just to select a color from here. So basically you can you can set as default for the entire document or you can set for this one, for the whole document or for some selected content you'll be able to select and do that. So in a nutshell, this is just a bit about how to use Google Docs. It's just like, like I said, the alternative to Microsoft Word, you can do all sort of editings, adding media, and dealing with all of your content from here. Okay, so I hope you enjoy this video. In the next class, we're going to look at how to use Google Sheets. How to use Google Sheets. Google Sheets is the Microsoft alternative. Okay. Google has produced, so you can be able to analyze, of course, and visualize your data. So until next time. Thanks for watching, and I look forward to seeing you in the next class. By. 11. How to use Google Sheets: Hello and welcome back. In the last class, we talked about how to use Google Docs. In this class, we're going to look at how to use Google Sheets. Like I said earlier on, Google Sheets is the alternative to Microsoft Excel that we have. Okay. So you can be able to analyze the data and visualize them over here. So there are three methods to access Google Sheets. The first is you can access it from your Google Drive. All right? You can come anywhere and say new. You can see Google Docs, and you can see Google Sheets over here. Once you click on this, you'll be welcome to a fresh Google Sheet page. And alternatively, the second method is you can come to your search bar and just search for sheets.google.com just like so. And if you don't enter, I brought into this very platform over here, you'll have the previous documents that you've worked on. And you can see a number of templates, which when you click on this, you'll see many more templates, okay? You can see so many templates that you can work on depending on the type of content you're trying to create. And you can start from blank sheet. The third method is you can come to your search bar and just type on sheets, and you will just be landed in a fresh Google Sheets page, just like so. All right, so let's say we're going to start from a blank sheet. So you can start by coming over here and clicking on blank, and you start from blank sheet. Now Google Sheets, just like Microsoft Excel is divided, is defined by number of cells. There are cells, you can see less number of cells. And each cell is defined by roles, row number and column number. Roles are the ones over here defined by numbers, and columns are the ones over here defined by letters. Okay? So whenever you select a row, you'll be able to see, and whenever you select a cell, you'll be able to define it by its position on the row and on the column. So this is H nine. See this is cell H nine. You select this one, this is cell D 15. And if you select a range, this is going to be in a range. Okay? It's going to be defined by a range. This is five column F ten, okay? This is 510. This is a range. Okay? Not no more, just definition of a cell. The very first thing you need to do is to start by creating a name for your document. So let's say you can call this results one. Okay, So you can see it is going to save automatic. That's one good thing about Goble works piece as you're working on it. It's saving. Saving a document automatically. You can change the location if you want to define a location, again like we have shown earlier on, we can define and save it here. Or if you want, you can create another document, another file, okay? You can create another file and save it inside that particular file, okay? So let's say we can create this one and say results. This is a folder I'm saving and moving this inside that folder, so it's going to be saved inside that folder. Now the next thing is you can import a file. Let's say you can come to import file over here. You can go straight to import. And you can import from your Google Drive. If you have some files that you have on Google Drive, you can import them directly. Or if you have shared documents, someone has shared a document with you. You can import or recent that you've forked on. You can import and continue, or you can upload from your system directly. So let's for this keys, I want to upload a system from my system. Let's have this sample data. I can just select and I can bring it in directly. So right now you can see I can create a new spreadsheet if you want. You can import it on insert on this spreadsheet, or you can replace the existing spreadsheet. So let's say I want to create a new spreadsheet and I can click on Import. And it's going to import this particular data for me. So it's been successfully imported open now. So you can see this is the file that I've just imported. You can see the content. Okay, so you can play R with it. So you can see in Google Sheets, just like in hall, there are different sheets. You can see this is sheet one. And you can add more sheets with this plus sign by just hitting on this plus. And you can see this is sheet two. If you want to rename a particular sheet, you can just double click it and you can put it resolved. For example, when you click on this drop down, you have options, access to other options as well that you can delete the sheets. You can duplicate copy to somewhere. Or you can change coloration of the sheet accordingly. You can assign Collop for ease of access and so on. And you can move it right or left accordingly. So this is the data that in firm imported. Okay, So you can see right now this is column. This is a role, you can select a particular role, and you can select a particular column as you wish. Another thing that is very important is you can be able to insert formulas and play around with some basic formulas. For example, you can select any point and you can compute the sum of this data. For example, you can select number of cells, so you want to sum the whole of this data and put the result here. All you need is to select the cell where you want the results to be. And you can select it and you can come over here and you can start, always start formulas with equal to. Then you can see it has given you a suggestion. If you want to have a sum, you can just write sum. You can see the controls, the formulas coming out. So I want to write some. And then I can open a bracket and manually you can select and define this. If this is what you want, you can still go ahead and say 1222, column F99. Or if you want what I has suggested for you, you can just go ahead and say okay. And then you place you close on your brackets and then if you don't enter and this is going to return the sum of all of these, okay? Assuming you just write some here, maybe this is average, this is maybe standard deviation. So if you want to calculate the average, you can just come again to come over here and say equal two, equal two, average average of. You can open the bracket and it's going to give you a suggestion. You can just select from here to here. And then you put in your closing bracket and he don't enter and it's going to return the average. The same way goes with standard deviation. You can select and see equals two standardviation standard deviation is this one. Okay, so you can see it. Standard deviation, opening bracket. And the command is you have to select the data. So this one over here. And you can close your bracket and he don't enter and it is going to return the standard deviation. So it's very, very easy to play around with this. Another way to handle this, or to play around with this, is you can insert charts or graphs in your Microsoft Google Sheets. So to insert a chart, all you need is select a particular row. Hold down the control command key, or mark or control on Windows. And then you can maybe select the units, assuming I want to plot units against the cost, okay? I can select these two and I can come all the way to Insert over here and I can insert Chart of different types. So you can select and it's going to give you a default chart. So this is one chart. You can see fantastically, the chart has been created. If you want to change the chart type, you can come over here, decide set up, you can change this chart type. If you don't want that kind of chart, you want a line chart, you can select and you have a line chart. Or if you don't want this one also, you can have a pie chart. Or you can come all the way and change it to anything of your choice. Maybe you want it to have this kind of chart. You can see it very easily, so it all boils down to you what kind of problem you're solving. All right, so you can see we have just created the chart. The next thing is you can change the look of the sets. You can combine ranges either vertical or horizontal. As soon as you double click, you will be able to change in many things. You can add x axis. You can change, play around with other very basic things like the clotting wire to x axis. And you can switch rules, use headers, and use column E as labels. You can change accordingly. You can play around with the different elements that you may have for this chart. You can do different kind of charts and you have other very basic customization tools from here, like chart style and so on. Compared with the coloration can reset the layout or thereabouts can generate three D. You maximize compare mode. You can check out the chart axis, alreadfine them accordingly. You can add a text, title text, and then title fonts. And you can define everything from here, series, the legend, style, and type. You can see you can so many things from here. This is some basic things that you can do with Google Sheets. In addition to the fact that you can as well select any document and you can play around with the text editing features over here that you may have basic bolding, utilizing and adding tables alignments and so on. So you can do all that from here. And then you can insert different columns roles and you can insert pivot tables. Maybe in my subsequent videos you'll find how to add pivot tables and so on, but this one is just an introductory section functions, you can see different functions that you can play with. You can just go ahead. Study them and see what and what you can work with. There's another feature that I want you to learn, like the header. How to customize the header to stay at the top when you scroll or by the time you have so many data, you can customize it. Fix the header. Okay, so to do that you can come to the top of the cells. You can come over here. And once you want to customize the header right now, so you can come at the top until you coser turns to this hand sign. You can click with this blue line and drag as you move across the header and thus release. So this is now fixed, okay? So when you try to move, you can see the header is fixed. You can do the same thing to the left as well. This is the head that's fixed. You can select this one, also to the column. And fix it by just coming over here to the column line. Okay, Until your hand turns into this and you have this bru line. So you can drag and move it up to this point. This now becomes fixed and whenever you try to move this data across, we'll be able to move it without you moving or displacing this as your on site head. Okay. You can see we can move accordingly and we have this fixed in the same way like you have on Google Docs. You can collaborate with people, you can call on people as well. And then you'll have people to connect and do other corrections. All the about. You can add comments if you want. You can add comments and then call out people to collaborate. Or you can share the document with anybody. You can do the sharing like we used to do in Doc. You can add the e mail address, write e mail address, and then you write. And you can share with the people you want them to be notified or not. You can select accordingly or you can copy the link and share it. But don't forget to always specify the permissions. Is it an editing permission or commenter permission? Or you as given the viewer permission? So all these you can define and then you can copy or send the link accordingly. So this is just a bit about how to use Google Sheets to just do some very basic data management and data editing. You can always export your video or you can always download it to dolls, or you can come over here and say download. You can download in different formats dot les open document and you can have PDF webpage comma separated. You can select according to the platform you are trying to take it to. Usually download in dot cells and you can see it is downloading directly over here. It's been downloaded and you can open in Microsoft L and continue with your work. So basically this brings us to the end of how to use Google Sheets in this work work space tutorial. I hope you enjoy this video. In the next class, we are going to look at how to use Google Slides. Okay? Google Slides is the alternative to Microsoft Powerpoint. Okay? So you can able to use it to create presentations and slides, professional slides. I'll show you how to create slides, bringing in media and so on. Okay, so until next time. Thanks for watching, and I look forward to seeing you in the next class. By. 12. How to use Google Slides: Back in the previous class, we've talked about Google Sheets. How to use Google Sheets to manage your data and to do some very basic things to create data and to visualize it with the use of graphs, charts, and different kind of charts. In this class, and we're going to concentrate on using Google Slides. Google Slides, again, like I said, it is the alternative to Microsoft Powerpoint. So we can use it to create different presentation slides with this very Google workpiece application. To start with, I'll show you three methods to access Google slides. The first is you can go to your browser and your typing slides.google.com and you'll be welcome to this very platform. This is the first method where you have the different templates. You can start from templates, You can have the previous slides that you've worked on, we'll be able to see them over here. Then you can have the option to start from scratch or to start from blank sheet, and this is the first method. The second method is you can access it from your Google Drive. So once you're on your drive, you can come to new. And if you come down here and you can see Google Docs sheets and slides, you can equally access the Google slides from this point. Once you click on this, you'll be welcome to a very fresh blank Google slide page, just like this. For the third method is you can just go anywhere on your browser, you can just type slides new and you'll be welcome to a brand new slide, Google slide page. Just like also. You'll be brought in here as well. For today, we will start from the very scratch. Assuming we are starting with this, like I said, you can start from template or from blank sheet. See more templates like this. You can just click here and you'll be able to see been classified as personal, educational, work related, and project management related. All you need is also select anyone that you feel like it connects with the message you're trying to create. You can just click on it and then see how you can customize and edit it to suit your content. You will have a very fantastic presentation just like this one. You can see if you've just selected this, you're free to go ahead and customize it accordingly. You can see the text in here are editable. All you need is just to edit and then start typing. You can just bring in any kind of media and attach here. Okay, so you can see them. So they are customizable depending on the message you're trying to create. You can replace any of the image by just selecting. You can write, click and see, replace an image. Then you can replace from all of these places, you can replace from Google Computer or from the Search Web, for example. You can just go ahead and search for a fruit. Something like a grip, for example, can depict this. Let's replace this. You can search the web, we can go ahead and search for rests secret. You can just select and just replace it with it. Just select it and come down here and see please within seconds you will see it's going to replace our image. You can see it. That's just, that is the part of template. It's very much editable. You can go ahead and edittext the media and you can add or remove anything just to make sure that you got it in conformity with the message you're trying to create. Let's go back, because I want us to start a presentation from scratch so that we can create a simple presentation for us to see the process and how it is being done. You can start from blank sheet over here, so you'll be brought into a fresh blank page. So the first thing you need to do is to create a folder. Just create a project name. Let's say Google Work Station, for example. If we're going to create something like the presentation that would just did at the beginning of this course. So you can see Google Lock station. See automatically it is being shaped on the cloud, like I said. So you can select a folder if you want it to, say this is going to your drive. If you don't want it to go to the drive directly, you want it to go to a particular folder. You can select the folder, or you can add a new folder to see Google work space. It's going to create this folder and then move this particular slide that you're trying to create into that folder movie. It's going to move into that folder. Folder management is very important. It'll be brought into this very fresh blank slide. Now you can see that from the right, we have the themes. Themes are there to make your work very easy and nice. No matter how many slides with Ps, it's going to define the way your slides are going to look like. You can see you have a number of them by the side. See them, see different ones. Depending on the message or on your brand, you can recolor them and so on. I usually go with simple, simple theme like this one. I like it, you can put in this one as your theme and then you can go ahead and put in the different components depending on the message you are trying to create, assuming I want to make this a title pitch. So I can just go ahead, we just click and just start typing Google Work Space. For example, free training. You can see Google Work Space free training, for example, this can be your header. You're free to select and move the text accordingly to anywhere of your choice. You can select and move it to any please. Then you can import media. You can manage the text with this much of text editing features you can select. You can play around with all of these text editing features. Like you can change the font styles, you can change the font style. They can increase the size or decrease. And then you can both catalyze or underline and change the coloration accordingly. You will change the highlighting effect or the background coloration. And you can add links and do all alignment dealing with bullets if you have bulleted points. So these are very basic. Then you can bring in media like you can bring in texts or you can bring in image or a video. Let's say for this case we'll try to create, bringing an image that is going to depict go work space. So we can bring in the image from the different platforms over here. From drive, from photos, from UrL, from camera, or from our computer or so you can search the web. So let's say we're going to bring it from our computer at this moment. Let's say I'm going to take this one. So let's say I want to go with this. It's simple, but it depicts the, the entire message that we're trying to create. This is good blue K space and this is a free training. If you like, you can add your name as the instructor. You can create more slides, create more slides. You can come up here and click on this sign to add more empty slides. If you want to add specific type of slide, you can come to this small paro. Click on up here, and we'll be able to see that we have title slides. Now that we have a title slide, we don't need a title slide, we have section slide. If you want to break a section, you can create a section sliding have title and body depending on what you're trying to create. And then we'll have title and two columns. We have title and Text Live. We'll have one column on text and the main points depending on what you're trying to create. If you're trying to compare two products, you can have section, title and description for example, or big number or blank sheet. You want to start from blank. I usually go depending on the next content, assuming I want to have the next content to contain just a title and an image. So we can go with something like this one column text. Okay, title text. You can just select this one. We can move the slides, mind you, you can move slides accordingly. You can adjust them, adjust their positions, shuffle them. This one is going to be outlined, for example, the courts. Then you can add different texts over here, add text. You can follow through with what you have over here. Or you can come over to the text button over here and just click, and then you'll be able to add your text directly. Let's Google. Right. Part of what you are going to talk about is you can select this one and delete if you want. You can maybe customize this one by increasing the size from here. Let's make it a bit bigger then as well change the color fit our brand as you mean. We're going with something like this. We can put some bullets as well, so you can come over and select any kind of bullet. All right, so if this is okay for you, we can just say we're going to cover a bubble drive, copy and paste all of them. And then we'll just put in the, you can just rearrange them, for example, this one we can say Google Drive Google Docs. And then we can have this one to be Google Meet. Let's say these are the ones that are selected. I want to use them as my own points. These are the points that wants to cover. Again, I need another image that can depict some of these for me. I can still go back to important media this time around. Search on the Web, I can say Google Work Space to depict another generic image that you can just easily Pt. Let's say we can select any of them. Let's see, this one. Select this and you can see we just insert it here. Free to go ahead and select, resize it accordingly just to make sure the message we are trying to depict over here, you can just readjust them so we'll have it peacefully. This is another one. We can create another slide. Maybe this is the outline. Just bring it up and then we can have this one to be an empty slide. What do you want to put here? For example, you want to put Google Docs. So we can just go ahead create a title. So we can come back here, select this, and copy. If we are setting, this is what we have put and paste here, and then we can say this is Google Docs. All right, so let's say we have this text. You can go ahead to resize everything and let it fit here. This is just a description of what Google Docs is. You can just reduce the size a little bit and then bring it in here. Over here we can put something, an image that can depict Google Docs. Let's have this image. You can just past this image, for example, because it is covering our text. We can send it to the back and go to order and send backwards. It's now below our text. You can see this is the first one. We can do the same for the other one, Drive and Google Meat, for example. You can say, for example, you can create a new slide. We can duplicate this slide. Also, if you want, you can duplicate this. And then we can delete this text or replace it with this text that I want. Or we can check this sizing, this is 22. We bring it over here also to the 22. And then we can remove this. Let me make it to be something that depicts Google Drive. Okay, so you can see we can go ahead and continue to add different kind of slides. We've created our title slide, we've created our outline slide, and then we've created this slide. And this slide, we can keep ongoing and be adding the content, but then I want to show you other features. For example, I want us to see how we can add transitions and some animations to some of our objects that we've imported and some of our text. To add transition, all you need is to select a slide. And it can come all the way to slide over here and you can come to transition. Once you click this is going to add transition to this particular slide. At the moment it is set to non, you'll click over here and you'll be able to see the different type of animations that you can add. For example, you can have to dissolve the feed in the slide from right, from left and flip. And so on Cuban Gallery, let's try something like flip, okay, let's have flip. And then you can adjust the speed of the transition, whether you want it to be fast or operately slope. So let's keep it a default to be very fast. Then you can apply to all slides if you want. And you can see by just applying, all of these slides have now design which Sure case that they've been added a transition. So you can try to play to be able to see a preview. If you want, you can just click to play. And then you can see this is the first slide if you're willing to go on slide more than you see all of them coming like this. Now, in cases when you want to add the same transmission to objects or to text, you have to be on that slide. For example, let's select an object and see how we can add admissions to it. So let's select this one, and let's try to add an animision. For example, I want it to fly in from the top. And then we can adjust the speed also from here. And then we can add the how do you want it to appear? Is it on click or after previous? Or with the previous. I usually leave it at default on click okay. And then we can add another one to the same object this time around. How does it go out? I want it to fly out from the left and adjust the speed, and it's going to be on click as well. Let's say we can preview this. To preview, you can play this. Let's see how the image is going to come in with click so you can see it comes in and with another click it goes out. That's how to add transitions, and you can do that on all the objects that you've selected. Let's try that one more time with this text. Let's select it and add an animation. Okay, so let's this one is zoom in, okay, And then add another one on the same text. Let's zoom out, okay, so let's zoom out with the same speed and click okay, see everything. Both of them will click. So let's try to have a preview of both of them and see how it's going to work on click image comes in and goes out. And then you can see our text that we just added, animation you can see goes out. That's how to perfectly insert different animations. And you can go ahead and do that all the elements that you have within the slides. So that's animations. You've added animations. Other very important thing that you should know is how to present. Okay, there are two ways to present your slides. You can present directly from the slide by just clicking, or you can just go ahead and click on this dropdown. With the dropdown, you can have this cat start from beginning, or you can have the presenter view. A presenter view is very important because at times when you're presenting, you may need some guides or some bulleted points to help you navigate across to your presentation points that your audience don't have to see, it, just have to be you and the computer. So it's just within you and the presentation you're able to see the sideloades, able to add and to add presenter lodes, you can just come over here down here. You can use drag and you can add your text over here. You can go ahead and add your text as you going to have this text. I can just pat it here. And the same way you can format and adjust the test text sizing and all of its properties, Just like the way we do adjust on the other platforms as going to have this text. So once you're on presenter mode, presenter view, you can see, you will be able to see, you have access to something that the audience is not viewing. This is your presenter notes, they're just by the side. And as we navigate through the presentation, nobody is going to see this. If you want to just go ahead and present, you can just ahead. Click over here. Start from beginning, and the presentation is going to start right from the beginning. On click, you'll just having your presentation from one slide to another. You can see the transition that we've added. You can move from one slide to the next. This is very easy to connect and collaborate with people. Depending on the content you're trying to collect, you can share, okay, you can click to share the presentation by just inviting someone writing his e mail and then giving the permission. Whether you want him to be a viewer, a comment, or an editor, you can just control that. And if you have any message, you can type to him or you enable him to be notified when you send this. Or you can send directly and then you can copy the link as well and then have it sent through maybe e mail or the about. So another way and while lasting is you can export your Powerpoint presentation in the PPTX so that you can open it in Microsoft Powerpoint in cases when you want to work offline or you want to just work on Microsoft products. So you can come over to file or you can come to download. You have the option to download on the PPTX or ODP PDF or to make it on PDF. You can download PDF as well as Jpeg and PNG. You can download different kind of, all of them in different formats. Okay, so let's say we're going to download in PPTX so that we can open it in Powerpoint. So you can see, we just calculate your presentation has been downloaded. You can clip over here and you can open it with different platforms. So in a nutshell, this is just a bit about how to use Google Slides to try to create your presentations and bring in different kind of media. I've shown different ways how to get them. And then you can go ahead and check out the formatting, how you can add different kind of things. Like you can add text, you can add ships of different types. You can see in different kind of ships, just like the way we have in Microsoft Office products. You can equally bring in different kind of ships depending on the kind of presentation you are trying to create. So I hope you enjoy this video. Thanks for watching, and I wish you all the best. In the next class, we going to talk about Google Meat. Okay, Google Meat is the alternative to zoom. If you have used zoom before, then this is the free version of zoom, because in zoom you have the limitation. The caveat is you cannot go beyond 40 minutes, and there are a number of people, you cannot go beyond 100 participants. But in Google meat we don't have that kind of caveat. So it's free of charge. You can conduct your meetings, and within clicks you'll be able to conduct your meetings. And you can seamlessly connect it with all the other Google work space applications. So until next time. Thanks for watching, and we look forward to seeing you in the next class. 13. How to use Google Meet: Hello and welcome back. The last lesson we talked about how to use Google Slides. And in this lesson we're going to talk about how to use Google Meet. Again, like I said previously, Google Meat is the alternative to zoom. Okay, if you have used zoom before, this is the free version, free alternative to it. It's a video conference and platform that enables you to connect with people, whether you are within the same country, within the same city, or even anywhere you are globally. Once you have your computer and the Internet connection, you will be able to connect with those people and have meetings and collaborate in different forms. In this tutorial, I'm going to take you through the step by step process on how to access the Google Meet, which is part of the applications within Google's workspace. And then how to create a link, how to create an existing or a later meeting, and then link it up with your Google Calendar for later access. To access Google Meet, actually there are two or three ways. The first method to access Google Meet is you can come to your browser anywhere in your browser and just type met Google.com All right, we've been brought into this very platform. So this is where you will be welcomed with. So this is the first method. The second method is you can come from your e mail, You can go to this app, okay, Google works work space up. And then you can check around. You'll be able to see meat. You can see it over here. And again, you can be able to reshuffle it, change the positions until you're setting with the exact position you wanted. And when you click on this also, it's going to open a fresh Google meat platform so you can start meeting while you are here. If you have an existing meeting already, you can just go ahead and pass in the code, okay? Usually just like the way you have in zoom, you have code, a joining code, and password. You can post in your code over here and then you can just go ahead and pick and join and you start the meeting. It's that simple. Or if you want to create the meeting, meaning you want to be the admin, you can go ahead and say a new meeting over share. And you can create a meeting for later if you want to create a meeting for later. Or you can start an instant meeting, or you can schedule in Google Calendar. So these are three ways to, to create a meeting. So let's say we want to start an instant meeting. And for instant meeting, once we click, it's just going to start. Maybe you are in the midst of a project and you just want to discuss something with your team members. You can just go ahead and create an instant meeting. Now by clicking on instant meeting, you'll be able to copy this link. Okay, this link. So this is me, Welcome to my house. And so you can copy this link and just quickly share with your colleagues and they can easily join the meeting as it is ongoing. All right, so this is one way. Okay, so this is an instant meeting. Once you join an instant meeting, you'll be able to see yourself. So this is me because you have enabled the camera on. You can off it if you want. And you can on enable or disable the microphone as well. All right, so you can do all that from here or if you want you can change the settings even before the meeting. For example, you may want to enable the mic and enable enable the camera and enable the mic. And you can change the settings for both camera and mic by just coming to these Credts. Once you click on these Credts, you'll have access to change the audio properties. How do you want the microphone? What do you want to use as your microphone? You can define it from here. I'm using the 922 microphone, which is the camera that I'm using. I'm going to use its mic. So I'm selecting my mic so you're free to select anyone that you've attached. And then you can push to talk, which means you can press the Space bar to enable or disable the audio. If you want to speak during the meeting, you can just push or hit on the Space bar to start talking. And once you lift your hand, it's going to close. I'll show you an example of that. And then the speaker, how do you want the output you can select? Usually the default is device is a device and you can test to hear the sound. Also, if you want, you can be able to hear. This is just a test to confirm that the sound is very clear. If you have any media that you've attached, maybe a headphone, you'll be able to still test and here and select it over here. So this is about audio. You can come to the video settings over here, so you select which camera do you want to use as your own video. So you can select it from here equally. I'm using my C922. So in terms of the adjusting the video light, you can enable it to adjust and then you can check the standard quality. Right now it's on auto. You can go to 720 P, depending on the strength of your network. You might want to vary this, but I can go as far as 720 because I have a very good network. And then the receiver resolution, you can change that as well. I can go to 720 depending you can select that. Then we have other, some general settings over here like sending additional diagnostics, leave empty calls. This is just basic. You can leave everything here at default and then we have captions. Usually during meetings, You can enable what captions do you want. Maybe in the particular conference you are in, maybe you have people of different languages. You can enable the captions so people can be able to see or hear what you're saying in different language. So you can translate in all of these languages. I'll show you an example of what I'm talking about. But right now the default we've selected is English. And then you can enable other reactions as well. Animation and show reactions of others during the meeting. You can enable or disable this. If you don't want destruction you can disable. But these are basic things which you should keep a default, maybe just leave them at default, it's okay. So back to the meeting. You can see over here we like I said, if you want to talk, you can press on the space bar. You'll be able to talk in the meeting. And once you raise your hand from the space bar, it locks. Okay? So space par is like opener or controls to open or close your talk. And then this is the camera option. You can just decide to disable or enable. And then you have the option to enable the text caption. Okay, so if you press on this, it's going to start translating or giving captures of what we're saying. Let's just give an example by pressing this. Okay, hello. This is just a test of my caption option, just to be able to make sure that it is being captioned in English. Let me off this and you can see the translation very perfect and very correct. That's about that. And then you can look at the emoges. You can use different emoges depending during the meeting. You ca, raise your hands if someone does something good, or you can cry if someone does something bad just to express how you feel. These are expression points, you can enable or disable that or use them. Then we have one of the most important part, which is screen sharing. You can be able to share your screen in cases where you may want to make a presentation during the meeting. Now you have the option to share your tab within the Chrome browser or whatever browser you're using. You can share a particular tab if you're interested. For example, I may want to share this tab once you select and come over here and share, it's going to share this whole litter. If you want to share some cases, you may want to share videos. You have to enable the audio from here. If not, it's going to be silent, just like the way you have in zoom. Then you may want to share the window. If you want to share a whole window, all you need is just to select the window. If you have multiple windows connected, maybe another monitor, you can be able to select the window and go ahead and share. Then you can share the entire screen, which is my favite. Just share the entire screen and you can go ahead and start explaining. So maybe you want to demonstrate something. Right now my screen is being shared. And now being presented, you are now presenting your screen. So everyone in the meeting will be able to see my screen right now. And I can start presenting something maybe within Microsoft Powerpoint or something. And once you're done sharing your screen, you can come over and say, stop presenting. Or you can say stop sharing. You can hide this if you want. Also, it's just an option. Or you can go ahead and share any of the tabs as this is your own screen. Your entire screen is being mirrored and everyone in the meeting is going to be able to see what you're doing with your screen. Just just like that. It's just like showing the entire screen. Now once you're done, it can come also from here or anywhere. And just stop sharing. And it to stop sharing so no one in the meeting can be able to see what you are sharing again. So now we're back in the meeting. Next you have the hand tool. You can decide to raise up your hand during the meeting in order not to disrupt. There's a digital hand that you can just raise and people understand that you have a comment or you have something to say during the meeting. And once you're done, you can click on it to raise down the hand, as well as the MoGs. Then you have these three dots. You have the option to access other key features like the white board. In cases where you want to demonstrate something, you can start a new white board and you'll be able to demonstrate so many things during a meeting. People can be able to follow and see your concepts and ideas that you're trying to send. This is a blank white board as usual. You may have the pen over here to right. You can, you can use the Sa. This is the Sa. You can click to delete, or you can go back to the cursor sign. And then you have stickers. You have different types of stickers. You can change the color from here as you wish. And as you see safe, you can see your idea is now op here. And you can create another one. You can create multiple, just use the color. And then you can write as much as you want. You can have ideas and you'll be able to move them across. And you can click on these three dots to have other options like duplicate, Delete, or order them in front or backward. You can do all this within white pot, okay? And you can bring in images. Images can come from different options. For example, you may decide to upload from your device if you have or you have a link you can put, or you have a webcam you can put, Or if you want, you can be able to bring it from Google Images. You can just search for a particular image. For example, I can say cat over here. And you're able to search and just bring in the image of a cat within the meeting. Once you select a particular cap, you can just select Insert. And it's going to insert it into the white pot. And you can proceed with your illustrations on how this is relevant. And you have ships over here. Once you click, you'll be able to bring in different kind of ships and you can draw just to aid in your illustrations. And you have text. You can write the text and you can select so many things. You can edit the text and you can duplicate, delete or thereabout. You have this much options you can select and you have the basic text editing features like you can play around with the sizing, you can increase the size and you can change coloration of the text. You can change the alignment left, right, or center, or the about. This is very basic. And you have the laser tool. Sometimes you may need it during presentation just to illustrate or highlight something that this is very important. It's just a laser, just like the one you have during presentations. Once you're done sharing your screen during the meeting, you can close on this if you want. But for them to be able to see your white board, you have to enable the sharing of screen from here. So they can be able to see your white board and preferably you can share the entire screen. All right, so down here you'll be able to see all the participants that you have in the meeting. You'll be able to see them and you can write messages to them. A message you can write from here. So this is the chat box. You can write chats directly, hello. You can write hello and send it. And if you want, you can write and then send directly over here. And people in the meeting can be able to respond and write back to you very easily. And then you have the activities of all the people in the meeting. You'll be able to track and know what is happening and you can lock the meeting with this icon for people not to join again. So this is the first method to start an instant meeting. If you want to start a meeting for a later meeting or at the end of any meeting, you can just come down here and click click on this red button to end the meeting. And now you've ended the meeting. You can give a review if you want. This is fantastic. But then let's go to the second method, which is starting, starting creating a meeting for a later time. You can just click on this, so you just give the detail, copy the link and share with people and they'll be able to join. Just copy this link. Share with the people, tell them the specified timing, be able to join. So once you send this link to someone, you'll be able to join you. Then alternatively, you can schedule this in your Google calendar by just clicking on this, it's going to open my Google calendar and you'll be able to put in your schedule. Okay? You can schedule the meeting on the calendar and you can set reminders so people on the calendar can be able to remind you when it is time or 30 minutes to time. So that you can directly attend the meeting. You just put in the title. For example, Meeting. Yeah. You can put the date, select the date over here. For example, we can say on 22 time, you can say 545 to 715, the same date. Okay, let's say assemble it. So you can change the time zone from here depending on your location. I'm in Africa, so there is GMT plus eight plus one or where I am. So you can choose wherever you are. So that timing is going to take in, all right? If it's going to be al day, you can see old, so there's no need for time, okay? And you want it to be repeating or not. You can select all this from here and this is the link. Now you can just put the location if you want to put in your location. Once you put the particular location, for example, in case you see this area and you'll be able to see this area cost, if you want to see detail, you'll be able to see the details of that particular location on the map. You can see it over here. I'm going to go in detail when we come to go with calendar and how you can do all the And then you'll be able to assign add notification. If you want to be notified when it is time, you can add notification 10 minutes to the time you can be notified. And how do you want to be notified? It's just directly saying you can enable guest for admission. Over here you can put description what the meeting is going to be about and then you can put your default visibility during the meeting. You can put it to be busy or free, or apart. You can just put in all these. And once you're done, you can just go ahead and say saved. And this is going to be saved and it's going to be added to your calendar. So you can just go ahead and share the meeting link with your colleagues so they can easily join. So this is about Google meet. How to start the meeting and how to join an existing meeting. Or how to create a meeting for a later time, or how to connect it with your Google Calendar. I hope you enjoy this video. In the next class, we're going to look at how to use Google Forms. Okay, Google Forms is equally very important and very useful, especially when you want to create questionnaires or you want to create event feedback. Or you want to create an event that you want people to register. And you have their data for reminder and for documentation purpose. So until next time, thanks for watching and I look forward to meeting you in the next class. By 14. How to use Google Forms: Okay, welcome back. In the last class, we talked about how to use Google meat, a very free alternative of zoom. Now in this class, we are going to talk about how to use the Google Forms. Like we know, Google Forms is very, very important in creating questionnaires or feedback form that people can fill it and you have their data. Or if you want to share some document in your Google Drive or if you want to conduct an event, generally you can collect data of participants and you'll be able to even carry out analysis of your questionnaire or your data, how the number of people who registered, what are the agendas and how it is distribution generally. And you can even go in detail to look at answer by answer, how do they answer the questions and so on. So in this tutorial I'm going to show you step by step how to create forms and how and what you need to kick start your form creation and then the different app questions that you may use. Usually to access Google Forms, you can do that from your Google Meet application, anywhere from your e mail. You can come to the Google Apps over here and you'll be able to see Google Forms. You can see it down here. Forms, you can see it here. Because of convenience, you can be able to drag it and move it to the top so you have quick access to it. Alternatively, you can come to anywhere and just type forms.google.com and it's going to open a fresh blank Google form for you. This is Google forms. You can start from scratch, from a blank form, and over here you'll be able to see all the forms that you've worked on, what you have accessed, and maybe the responses. I'll show you in detail how some of these responses, how do we collect them and how to analyze them later can be linked with Google Sheet and so on. And then you can start from template over here. You can choose to start from template, which you can see most of them. You can see there are lots of template. Depending on the kind of work you're doing, is it work related or is it education related or quizzes. You can create quizzes or go assessment or course evaluation. You can select on any of these and you all to customize it to your liking depending on the content or kind of target you have. So for example, you can go with assessment here and be able to see, this is just an example of an assessment form which requires you to have a description, a title of the X, so you have a title of the form and then a little bit of a description. And then you have the questions down here. So this question one to where it is required for you to type your name, and this is where you have to have e mail address. You have your quiz questions. So your first question, these are options. Your second question, these are options. And then you can have other description, maybe of a title and then you can continue to have more. Later, I'll show you in detail how to create all these. This red sign just signifies that this is a required option before you move, before you can submit this form, this is a requirement. So let's go back and let's create a form from scratch. Let's start from a blind page. You can come to a blind page. What you usually do is you have to give the form a name. Usually you can type the name over shelf. For example, you can say to Masters meeting. This is a Tot mass meeting, for example. You can have this to be the title as well. You have to put in a description of what this Tos mass meeting is all about. Assuming I have this text. Welcome to TPs Masters Club Page. We are glad to have you here. This is just like an introductory message. Then you can decide to have a poster or something like that. But then at this point, maybe you may not need a poster. Later, I'll show you how to add a poster. The next thing is, this is just a brief message, welcoming message by the. Then you can have your first question. What do you want people to write as part of the question? We can type in your name, for example. And you can see quickly that Google form was able to realize that name is a short answer, so it has given you a short answer as part of the option, you can make this a requirement if you want it to be a requirement and it will be marked with that red sign. Before someone can submit this form, it must be filled. Then you can duplicate this if you want. There are different types of answers that you may have. You can have short answer, you can have paragraphs. You can have multiple choice depending on the kind of questions that you have. Sometimes you may have check boxes and you can have dropdowns. I'll show you how to use some of them. You can come over and this is the first question is done. So you can add another question with this plus sign. You can see we can now put your e mail address. For example, we need your e mail address. It's also detect that this is a short answer. Okay, Next one we can just add, we need your biography, biography equally that this is a paragraph because biography is something that entails a lot of details about you. You quickly know that this is a long answer, it requires someone to provide a long answer. This is how to add questions of different types. Okay, here we can add another question, and we can see that how was your? How was your? And then we can have options. For example, we can give chat boxes. The first option can be very well, very good. For example, I can say very good and make a hidden and put option two, which can be not so good. Then we can put another one and say bad. In some cases, you may have order as an option. So you can click on this. Maybe someone can describe something. So we can see very good, not so good, bad, other. Okay, so maybe you're feeling happy or something. So you'll be able to put in all this and if it's a requirement you can enable all this as well. And then you can notice that you can add an image, okay, to the question. To just describe this, you can add an image to support this question. And another thing is you can hold the questions and navigate and change their position if you want readjust them, you can do that. Next is you can import a question. If you want to import a question from an available, already available form that you've created, you can import the question in here and you'll be able to continue. And then over here you can add text, for example. Here I want to put in some description also, so less membership description status. Let's say here I want someone to tell us about his membership status. And then here we'll just put in some discussion. This section captures questions, so this is just a description. This section captures questions that has to do with members membership. Okay, these are membership questions. So we can go ahead and add another question. For example, under this text or under this subheading, you can add another question and say, when did you join to masters? Then you can add in the date that it has already automatically detect that this is something that has to do with date. If it is not a date, then you can put in something. This is the default that it has given you month, day and year. During your answer, you'll be able to put in that and then you can add an image directly. So let's say we want to add an image. You can upload an image and use, or you can use image from the webcom or you can add from Google Photos, for example. I can see I like this photo. Let's add in this photo. Inside this photo, you can see right now it is coming. This section talks about your membership Youtube partnership program. So this is just an example. So you can see the membership evidence. You can say this. Okay, so this is the image. You are free to check on these three dots and you can align left, center, right. Or you can change the image or remove it as you wish. This is just how to add the question gradually, gradually you can see, and you can add videos as well. If you have a video, you can upload it. Maybe put in the Youtube link and you can upload very easily here, assuming I don't want to add a video here, you can add sections, okay. So in cases where you don't want people to keep track of maybe in one page for them to have 40 questions, but you have 40 questions, sometimes it can be discouraging. So if you put it ten questions, then click on Next, go to the next section that's at the advantage of using sections, okay? So these sections can be bow data. All right, so this is a section about bow data you can put in the description. Okay, so this section texting information about your bow data. Okay, So you can just add one or two questions and that's it. Let's say we add another question. Maybe upload your secondary school certificate, you one of your certificate. Upload your certificate. Let's just upload files directly. Continue. So this is going to let them to upload files so you can see Upload your highest qualification. Yeah, allow specific file types if you want to allow, you can enable this and you can select between the file types is a PDF video or a spreadsheet or an image of different types. You can select and the size. And as well, you can define from here the maximum you can take, okay? The default is ten megabyte. You can define how much you can take and be able to view the submissions on this platform, on your Google Drive. You can make it a requirement or not also, if you want. And then let's add one more and this is going to be the last question. Could be a dropdown. Okay. A dropdown option, when is your wedding anniversary? Okay, so it could be a dropdown. So you can just put in options today, tomorrow, next to me, good is just a test. Okay, so you can see right now we have these questions and have these sections just for your own consumption. Okay, so let's say the last questions we have, it's something that has to do with dropdown second, the last could be. Upload the question which I've just added. And then the last one is when is your adversary? Okay, so when is your adversary Could be a drop down. I just made it like this. And let's say we have saved everything. So the first thing that we need to do, so these are just the very basic things we've selected and we've created our form. So you can see over here you can change the theme of the form. Generally you can change the write up how you want, the header, the questions, and then the assizingsa on the text. You can vary from here and the header. You can choose from a header that you have over here. There are different kind of headers depending on your niche. This is birth day, this is food, this is party and wedding. And if you don't have, if what you have here is not something that you like, you can go ahead also and upload your own because what we're having is something that has to do with academics. Let's say I select something like this and I can just insert it as my header. Okay, but if you don't want this, you can as well go to cava, other platforms and design from the template, simple ones that you can use over here. And you can choose the decoloration color that you want. You can change the color accordingly. You can select according. And then you can have background color. This is not the background, but if you want, you can change, you can change to any of this color. All right? Or you can check out more coloration from here and select any of your choice. Okay, so this is it, this is background, you can change accordingly. And then this is theme, you can change to overall theme. And over here, this is the preview. What will you see if you click on this form or if this form is ready? So you can click on this preview and people will be able to see it. So this is my preview of the form that we've just created. This is it. We'll come to Tiptoes Masters Club, and these are the details. So you have to be login. So you put in your name, your e mail address, your biography, how was your day. You can click, you remember the type of questions that we have. You can just stick to answer the question. And when, When did you join to Masters? You can just click and you can put in the dates. Or you can click on this to just select and it will automatically be put out. So this is the picture we've inserted. And then if you click on Next to go to the next option, okay? So assuming we just want to answer this roughly, okay, so my e mail, for example, this is just an example biography. You can just write something and then you can just select any date you can come to next. Which is now going to take you to the next section like we've explained. This is next section. You have to upload your highest qualification. Of course, you just click and upload. Okay, so you can upload, assuming I want to browse my computer and just upload something. All right, So you can just come over here, select P document and just upload as your qualification. And you can see the key thing is to just demonstrate that this is viable, you've just uploaded, When is your adversary? You can say today you can see this is a drop down question like I've explained. So if you have everything ready, once you click on this, it's going to submit this as a response. And the owner is going to see the admin is going to see this as a response from you. Now we can check over here, Let's come back over here. You may want to submit. Let's submit. So when you submit this, it's going to be counted as an option. So you can see your response has been recorded, you've submitted, and back in the form you'll be able to see, now we have one response. You'll be able to see, these are the details are provided as a response. Okay, once you finish writing typing the questions, you can just go ahead and send this. And this enables you to send the link via an e mail. You can just whose e mail do you want to invite? For example, want to invite Epic mentorship. Or you can put multiple if you want to invite someone. Also here, you can just go ahead and invite and type in this e mail. Okay, let's say I want Epic Mentorship three to be able to, you can sell multiple or you can put in the subject and you're invited to fill out this form. This is just general generate if you want, you can copy the link which most people used to do. Can set in the link and you can shorten it here so it becomes shorter for ease of access. Then if you want, you can get the embedded code. Okay? This is an embedded code. You can get embedded code, although you cannot get it from here at the moment. And if you want to collect e mail addresses, you'll be able to collect e mail address. So people that fill the form you have their e mail address do not collect at this moment is a default. But if you want, you can set it to collect e mail for you. So you can add people also to serve as editors, or there you can customize the permission if you want. So this is about sending the form once you're ready, If you want to send an e mail, fine. If you want to send the link dually, send the link. So I can use copy this and send somewhere. So person that opens this is automatically going to have access once you past it somewhere, is going to have access to the form that we've just created, which is this wall. You can see this is an empty form. Can just have access and go ahead and fill up or have our own response. This is the first way, okay, you can customize other things. For example, you can still come back to the pre dots and you'll be able to make a copy of this form. You can look to trash get pre filled in link or you can print or add collaborators script editor. You can assign all these and then you check out keyboard shortcuts. But what I want to show you is it has something to do with the settings. You can come to settings over here and you can collect E mail. You can enable also able over here, make a quiz out of this. You can make it a quiz if you want or you can go ahead and check in other you can limit to one response. So anyone who submits once cannot submit again. So you can enable it over here or disable total size limits of uploaded files. You can set this to one gig or thereabout. You can change and presentations manage how the form and response are presented. You can change this also from here. And there are other defaults. Form default, question default. You can check all these if you are interested. But then this is just a general overview of how the forms is being created. If any time, at any point you want to access your form, you come over here, this you can move. This is basically a domicile drive. If you want to move it to a specified folder, you can move to a specified folder within your drive. If you want to create a folder, you can as well create a folder and move it over there so it's as easy as that. Okay, so you can select and save on any folder, or you can create a new folder and just name the folder, and then you can move it to that particular location. So you can see move here. And this form is going to be moved there, like now, we have submitted this, You can see the response. Your response has been recorded. If you want to change the message, the thank you message that is going to appear when someone submit, you can do that also from here. Come to these settings so you can come over here, presentation, manage how your responses are. So this is it, confirmatory message, confirmation message. Your response has been recorded. This is it. You can edit and make it. Thank you for submitting. We will get back to you shortly. Okay, so you can make this. So anybody who submits is going to receive this message. So this is it. So depending on how many responses you've got. For example, in this case this is a UTPs Masters Club responses that we've got from an event that we've conducted. You can come to the responses and be able to see the summary of everybody, all the people that have submitted. This is a summary of the responses and based on questions, you can see the summary. Also, you can move page by page, how do they answer the questions and individuals you can be able to take in their responses. And you'll be able to move also from one response to the next. Okay? You'll be able to move from one response to the next and be able to see the answers and responses. And then one last thing is you can link this up to Google Sheet. Once you click here, it's going to take you to Google Sheet. And you'll be able to have access to all the responses that people have submitted in this particular form. So you can see right now we have this much responses and you can see over here. And you'll be able to plot in different kind of chats as regards this data that's collected. And go ahead and do some very basic analysis with it. So ladies and gentlemen, this is just a bit about how to use Google Forms to create forms, surveys, questionnaires, and so on. And share with your friends and colleagues or students to respond directly. I hope you enjoy this video. Thanks for watching. In the next class, we are going to look at Google. Keep Google P is very, very important when it comes to keeping your data and managing it. I'll show you how to, because of its ease of access and light nature, you can keep data and you can access data very quickly and fast. So until next time. Thanks for watching and I look forward to seeing you in the next class. Bye. 15. How to use Google Keep: Hello, I'm welcome back. In the last class, we talked about how to use Google Forms. And in this class we're going to go in detail about how to use Google Keep. Okay? As the name implies, Google Keep is for quick access to keep your data, to keep your images or voice over. You can keep all that within Google Keep. I'll show you how to use in detail to keep secret passwords or any kind of detail that you want to use. So it's very easy to use. It's part of the Google Workspace applications. To access it, you can do that from your e mail address. You can just come to the Google apps and you'll be able to see Google Keep down here. You can see it over here. Once you click it's going to open a brand new Google Keep form. Just just like here, you'll just be brought in to this very platform. Another way to access it is you can come to any fresh blank page and just type in key.google.com You just need to login and you brought into this very platform. What you need to see here is you have a range of things that I have here. For example, in, in this tutorial, I have some platforms that I submit my courses. This has to do with some of the work space costs. Just one of the nodes that I've put, you can click on any of them to edit. But then to create a fresh note, you can come over here, click click to create a note. You can add the title of that note. So for example, we can see password passwords. My password if you want, you can put it a note, just a note. You can just make it all my password. You can make it a note and you can decide to add in collaborators to work with them during the process. Or you can put in some color to it. You can see I've just put in a color and I like yellow. Sometimes you can add images if you want to add image, you can just select any image from anywhere and you can just add it inside the particular notes you are working on. And you can see it's just importing it and it's going to stop taking this image. You're free to edit it, or you can delete it as well if you don't want. So let's say we deleted at this point because I may not need an image. If you want to archive this, you can archive it. And then you can click on these three dots to delete a note if you want to delete or you can add a level level makes it easier for us to categorize our notes for ease of access. Okay, so once you open a note, you don't have to see everything here. You can categorize them according to the levels. Then you can add drawings. In case you want to add drawings, you'll be able to be brought into the white bot and you can write anything. Right now this is the laser you can write directly by. You can use the So okay to clean, you can write using different kind of diameter of the pen. You can write with the different diameter. You can go ahead and just write. Select a pen. Select a coloration and different diameter. Okay. So this is diameter. This is coloration. You can check out more colors if you're interested. And you'll be able to use it to write whatever you want to write. This sere also is a different type of pen, you can use it to write. Here also is a shed or you can see a marker. You can use this also depending on the diameter you selected, you can use it as a marker just for illustrations. And over here you'll be able to have different kind of background from square. You can have a square like this and you can have dots like this, or you can have rules like this or none at all. But I prefer to have lines like this sometimes to look like a notebook and you can easily work on it. You'll be able to have other access over here like new drawings. If you are done and you can export as an image what you've drawn or you can delete current drawing. So just one click, you have deleted the drawings and you'll be able to have other options over here like make a copy show check boxes if you want and then copy to Google Docs about or you can view the history. Once you click out, this line becomes a okay. You can see it over here. You can drag and move it across to any location of your choice. And you can any time, come to the streets and do many more things. Now if you want to use these nodes for your own daily task management, you can come over here and click on New Lists so you can say, My Daily Tasks. Then you'll be able to list out the tasks for today. For example, go to the market, make one video. You can put in other things like edit one video, take fuel, buy groceries, visit my card. These are things you need to do. For example, in a particular, you can go to the market, make one video, edit one video, take buy groceries. These are activities you want to do upon completing any of the activity. You can just, and you can see it marked down over here. You've completed, you've completed this, you've completed this as well. So you can see all those you've completed have been marked out. You can see them. Very, very nice. On any event or on any day, you'll be able to see the particular task. Once you click on the task, you see the ones you've accomplished and the ones that you haven't accomplished. And if you want to delete any of the tasks, you can come over here and just click, and that task is gone. This is there because we have pinned it. You may decide to unpin it and you'll be able to see all others coming up. You can select multiple pins or multiple nodes, and you can have options to do many more things from here. Like you can change the color at the same time, you can change their color at the same time. And you can archive them if you want, or you can do other things as well if you're interested. You can see right now, let's say we pin this. You can make a new note with joints from here, or you can make new notes with image. If you have an image, you can make a new note with an image. It's very easy. Let me show you how to categorize your notes in cases when you want to add in a level, levels are very, very important. Over here, you have multiple levels, have daily tasks where I can schedule all my daily tasks. You can see they've been classified accordingly when you have expenses, for example, if I categorize the levels as expenses, you can see them websites on any nodes that you've created. If you want to add it to a level, you can just click on these three dots and you see Add to a level. Change the level so you select and you can have multiple levels. So let's say we add this to civil engineering and maybe expenses. And when you click out, this is going to be available in civil engineering and in expenses. So you're checking civil engineering and you'll be able to see it. And you're checking expenses, you'll be able to see it as well. Okay. So because you have multiple colorations, and colors could mean something in the nodes, you may be able to, such a searching can help you filter your Odes accordingly. For example, when you come to the search over here, you'll be able to search by the item types, okay? What kind of notes is it? Is it an image? Is it a list? Is it a drawing To be able to search based on the type of item that you've selected, All the levels, what kind of level do you have? We can see more from here. These are just default things. Is it a food, movie, Music They can categorize it for you accordingly, and we have used this much color. That's why when we select yellow, it's going to show only yellow color. And when we select other things, it's going to show that particular color that we've selected as zooming. A yellow color means something to us, so that's how easy it is. And whenever you want to edit a level, you can come to Edit levels and you can see the multiple levels I have. You can click to Edit Expenses one or anything and you click out, or if you want to delete a level, you can just go ahead and delete that level. With just delete once again, you click on Done and you are editing the levels. Over here, you can set reminders if you have an image or if you have less. Lets go to daily tasks. If you have an event that you can pin or you want to add in a reminder, you can come here, you can set reminders and you can connect it to later today. You can put in the time that you want it to remind you, or you can put in tomorrow by 08:00 A.M. Or you can pick a date and time or pick a place that you wanted to remind you and it's going to do that for you. So you see all your reminders from here and you can see all your notes from here as well. And you have other, some very basic settings that you can check out here. Okay, like the enabled duck theme, you can enable duck theme if you're interested. And you can do many other things, but I think I prefer the light theme, so disabled duck theme on your back here. And you can go ahead and explore this and see how and what you can use it for. Because especially during your time, data management and generally how to arrange yourself and stay productive and active. This is a very good platform to use and anytime you delete an item, you'll be able to see it over here. So all the items that you've deleted or the ones you've archived, you'll be able to see them at archive, at thereabouts. So it's very easy to use and very fantastic to have access to. Ladies and gentlemen, this is just a bit about how to use Google chip to keep your data and manage your data for ease of access and productivity. In the next class, we're going to look at how to use Google Translate to translate your data. To translate your document, to translate any image to any language of your choice. So until next time. Thanks for watching, and I look forward to meeting and seeing you in the next class. So by 16. How to use Google Translate: Hello, I'm welcome back. In the last lesson, we talked about how to use Google Keep. And in this class, we are going to talk about how to use Google Translate. Now Google Translate is very powerful. As you know, you can translate your document from any language of your choice to any language. And the best part of it is a whole service is completely free. You can translate a file, you can translate a document. In fact, you can translate an image to any language of your choice. And in this class, I'm going to show you just exactly how to do that. So to start with, you can access your Google Translate from your drive. Okay? You can come to apps, Google Apps. And you can just go ahead and search. You can look Translate. You can see it here, Google Translate. For convenience, you are free to move it to the top or where you find necessary to move it, will bring it over here. With just one click, you come to Google Translate. This is Translate. Alternatively, you can just come to your browser and just translate it, Google.com to bring you over to this very platform. To the left is where you pass in your, you can past in any language and automatically if you set it at language, if you pass the text in a different language, it's going to detect which language it is and it's going to translate for you. Let's take a look and give it a try. As soon I have this text just best, it'll automatically detect that this is English. And I want to, you can see English detected. And I wanted to translate this to Arabic. And you can see it's going to do the magic. This is Arabic translation. Yeah. You can select from the budget languages that you have over here. You choose your languages there. Even my local language is here as well. So you can choose and select. All right. So you can search for the language if you want from here. And you can just go back and once you have the castle, this, once you have the translation, you can go ahead and copy the translation. You can copy over here or you can read this translation if you want or you can share the translation. We just click and you can share via e mail or via Twitter. Okay, But the best part is you can just copy and send to and paste it wherever you want to edit your content and send. You could have it read loud directly. You can read aloud. That's very powerful. You can read the translated the text also that you've sent. Then you can be able to hear the difference. Provide the title of the research project or experience. That's interesting. So this is the first way to re text, or to convert a text, a text content into any language. So let's try another thing. You can combat an image over here. You can drag and drop an image. Or you can browse to upload if you want. So let's say we have this image and we just want to drag and drop it here. And need to automatically detect the language and detect which documents show original. This is English. I wanted to translate this also to Arabic. Let's see how it's going to do the magic. You can see we just populate it that's translated. So you can show the original. Show them side by side if you want. You can see this is the original and this is the translated. So you can copy the text or you can copy the image or you can download the translation just like this. You can see I've just downloaded my translation. You can see it over here in rap. You can translate to any language, be it Spanish. We can just quickly, in one click, it will just translate to Spanish for you and those guys, Spanish guys in the house can give us some verdict about the accuracy of this. It's been wonderful because I've tested it even with my local language and it's been very, very wonderful. This is how to translate an image into any language. Now we can go ahead and translate a document. If you have a document or what document or a PDF document you can import. I need to help you to translate. So let's say we have this document in my Folta. This one sample text. I just drag and drop it and you see the one that's translate and it's going to translate this very, very fast. So you can see it's been translated right now. I want it to go from English to, let's say to another language, maybe to Indonesia. And I can translate and it's going to translate directly. Download translation. It's going to download the translation for you. And you're able to see this is now Indonesia, Indonesians in the house can give us a verdict about this, but that's the power of Google Translate. Now, you can translate websites in addition to not only images, documents. You can go beyond that and translate a complete website as soon as I have this website as well. I have this my website, Epic Digital Academy. I can just copy the content of this website and combat to translate and pass the link. All you requires is you pass the Dinky website and need to automatically detect what website is it and then translate the content for you. Okay. So you have to specify the language. Okay. What you past you specify the language *** I wanted to go to Spanish. I wanted to convert this to Spanish. I can just click on this and you'll see the wonders. You can see it has converted to Spanish. Everything in the website has been converted to Spanish, including the courses found there. Everything is converted, even my description is now converted to Spanish. So this is the power of who will translate can do the wonders for you. You have the option to view your history, what you have worked on over here, all the translations you have done, and what you have saved. In case if you have saved something, you'll be able to find it here and then you can check out you can contribute also to the translation. You can get started and see how you can contribute. Then over here, the last thing that I want to show you is that you have some very basic settings over here, like you can change the voice speed during the reading. You can test it here and you can set it to normal. Slower and slower. You can just in this is when you want to have it read for you directly. Now, one last thing is a Google Translate is also equally incorporated in Google Docs. So you can come to Google Docs anywhere, You can come to Tools over here and you'll be able to see Translate document. If you want to translate the document, you can just pest in your document. Or you can just choose Pest document over here. You put the title over here, and then you can choose the language you want to translate. All you need is make sure you pest in your document here, for example, in case I may want to translate something like something like this. Okay, so let's say we want to translate this, something like this. You can just go ahead, come to extension or come to tools. To translate is going to translate this entire course and then it's going to translate. So you can choose the language you want to translate, maybe to Bengali, and then you can translate and it's going to translate this directly for you. So even while you're working on Google Docs, you'll be able to have quick access to translate your document into any language of futures. And you can see from here. Okay, so I think that does it for this tutorial on how to use Google Translate to translate your document. In the next class, we're going to look at how to use Google Calendar. Google Calendar also is very powerful to schedule your activities, your daily tasks, and events. So you can even have it connected with other Google workspace applications like Meat. You can have instant meeting directly from calendar. So until next time. Thanks for watching, and I look forward to meeting you in the next class. 17. How to use Google Calendar: Hello and welcome back. The last lesson, we talked about how to use Google Translate. Now in this lesson, we're going to go into one of the most important applications in Google Workspace, which is Google Calendar. Google Calendar, as you know, it's a platform that you can manage schedules, events or activities. And even how to book your calendar. And how to design your calendar for booking, for professional booking. Share with your colleagues with your clients so they can book time to spend some time with you or have a coaching session with you. In this lesson, I'm going to share this step by step on everything about Google Calendar. So to start with, you can access Google Calendar in two ways. The first way is you can access from your drive, from the Google Apps over here. And you can just search for calendar. You'll be able to see it over here. So again, you are free to readjust it. Okay? You can play around with it and maybe adjust this position. And once you click on this, it's going to take you to a fresh, blank Google calendar page. Okay? To take you to a fresh Google calendar page, just like. So yeah, this is what you will have in your home. This is just a demonstrator account, so it's barely empty, so you have the month by the side over here. So this is we on 27. Once you open your calendar, you have this and you can change the view from the weak view to maybe day view if you want to have daily view. And now we are at 10:00 A.M. on 17th, which is Sunday. And you can change it to monthly views so you can see the entire month. If you want to see the entire year as well, you can be able to see with just one click. So you'll be able to have a preview of the entire year, what you have done, what you want to do. But I always prefer to keep it at the week views where I can see clearly what I'm working on over here. You'll have the option to collaborate with people on this particular calendar. You can invite people to join you and be able to see and view your calendar. All right, the next thing is, let me show you how you can book events and tasks in your Google calendar. So assuming I want to create an event between this time 18th, tomorrow Monday between 12 30 to maybe 02:30 P.M. 02:15 P.M. You can, you can just quickly move around randomly and you can release. And it's going to give you the option to create either an event or a task, but then you have to put in a title. Is it an event? Let's say we start with an event, so let's say public speaking session. Then we define the time. If you didn't define automatically there, you can define manually by just selecting. So it's going to be a Monday 18th that you've selected. If you want to change also, you can change and make it 19th. And then you can see it shifted automatically and then you can set the dates at the timing. Okay. Let's say from 124 05:00 P.M. to 03:15 P.M. You can change accordingly if you want, if you want it to be all day also it can be a event, then we can change. You want it to repeat. If you want to repeat, you can set it to repeat daily, weekly, about I want to do not repeat. And you can find time from available time that you have on that particular day and be able to it on that the period that you are free. And then you can add guests. You can invite people to join you. For example, let me invite mentorship to join me in this calendar. All right, so we can now have other people. You can accept the permission you want it to modify an event or invite others or just be a guest list. I just wanted to be a guest list. I want to add anything. And then we can add Google Meet. You can always meet. Meet is added. Okay. So you can share the link also to people for this particular meeting or for this particular event. I. Then we can add Location. Let's say we're doing this in this area please. So we can click to see this area and you can see the entire location at the Google map location of where this event is going to happen. You can see the power of Google very fast and it a show the place. Then you can add some description, an attachment. Let's say we have some description. This is going to be impromptu session competition for example. And then if you have any attachment, any poster or anything that will remind you of the event or what is happening, you can just use it as an attachment. For example, I have this. I can select an insert and screen to insert this as part of my attachment. Okay. Then you can change the color of that event. The default is this color. You can change it to any color. For example, I can go with this green color, You can see safe to this. And once you see this, you've added this event to your calendar. As you see, it's going to add and it's going to send e mail invitation to the people that you've selected. Okay. So you can see right now this is now booked for the public speaking session. When you click, you'll be able to see the details of what is going to happen and what, and where. You can even see the attachment that we just created. Okay, so that's about Google event. Let's create a Google Task Tasks. You can create them on your daily schedules. Maybe you can just select anywhere within your calendar and you can select that you're creating a task. And now you can set, you can just set the timing, for example, 09:30 A.M. And you can just put in all the tasks that you have for that day. So let's say going to the market. Taking, so there may be something like buying groceries on. Maybe These are my tasks for this time. Okay. This time that I have, and I don't want to repeat, I can put the title, What task is it? Let's see out, for example, outdoor activity. And these are the details I can see safe. And we can see an outdoor activity. Once you select, you'll be able to market as complete once you complete it. And you can see it's str, if you don't want, you can select market as a completed, so you can still work on it if you're interested. So this is how to create tasks. You can have multiple tasks in a day if you want, If you're interested, you can have as many tasks as you want and we can cancel them as you achieve them. So the next important thing that I want to show you is how to create a calendar to share with your colleagues or with your friends so they can be able to book time for a coaching session or for any kind of personal coaching, or booking appointments with you. So you can do that by coming to anywhere within your calendar. Maybe I can mark these dates. Keep this timing on this date. And now instead of event or task, I want to say appointment schedule. I want to create an appointment schedule. And I can tie it as personal coaching, personal coaching session, so no one who's interested in any past questions share with me. I'm available for this timing. So I can go ahead and create, set up the schedule. I can click and you have the option to see the schedules from your calendar. You can see this is the title. And then you can see Appointment duration. You can change it, maybe the minimum is 15 minutes, but then you can go as far as 2 hours. You can go custom timing. So let's say I can go with 1 hour for my event. You can see the period that I'm available right now, I've selected this period, you can add another period. For example, if on Wednesday you'll be available, You can add also from nine to probably maybe 12 from 09:00 to 12:00 P.M. I'm available also on Wednesday. So you can see it's added as among the days that I'm available. So you can go ahead and come down here and set the time frame. Time zone. Okay. I'm in West Africa, so you can check out the schedule windows and available. When do you want this appointment to be available? I usually available now, yes. I want it to be available now and start and end. If you want to set start and end date, where do you need it for this particular month to start from here and end in this place. So you can set up Start and Ended Pervious coming maybe September 17, and it will end in December. For example, December 14. And you've set a start and ended after this date. The booking appointment is not going to be available anymore. You can change the date if you want and then you can come down here to put in more details. Maximum time in advance that an appointment can be booked is maybe 60 days, maybe. Let's say 30 days, let's make it 30 days. And you can check the maximum time before the appointment that start that it can be booked maybe 4 hours. 4 hours is okay, but you can go below that if you want. And adjusted availability, you can check. And right now we say we are available on 20.21 and you can change it if you want. You can adjust the date, or you can go back here and still adjust if you want so we can adjust availability. Or you can say on what is date, you are no more available on 20. Yes. You can select and say this is the period you say we're available 19159 to 12. You can see, I'm not available or you can still make it available maybe between 12:00 and 04:00 P.M. Okay. 12 30 and maybe 04:00 P.M. All right. So you can see now as adjusted now, booking booked appointment schedules, you can change also from you got to have a buffer time increases between appointments. You can have buffer time of maybe 5 minutes between one appointment and the other. You can set it 5 minutes or the above and you can set maximum number of appointments. You can have party, you can see maybe four people or five people. You can set that on your own if you want. And then you can have calendar, your availability on which calendar you can do that. And then you can change to coloration. Right now, this is set to this blue color. You can change it to yellow color if you're interested. Just to signify that this is my personal coaching session calendar, so you can go to next. And then right here you're going to put in photo or anything location you've set, set out the location you can set in. Which means do you want to? You can set location in passing or phone call to be specified later. You can say that, but usually I can see Google Meet and then this Met link is going to be sent once we finish the description. What is this session going to be about? You can have anyone with stage fright can book this appointment. Anyone with stage fright can book this appointment. You can put in the booking for now, someone who is interested in booking this form. Appointment with you. What are the details he's going to provide? Now, the first one is you're required to provide your name, your last name, and email. That's a default. But then you can add other items from here. You can add probably your phone number, or you can do custom item. For example, you can add reason challenge. Let's challenge. What's your challenge in public speaking? So you can see add item challenge. And then maybe you can see what do you expect, for example, this custom. And then let's see, what do you expect, what do you expect? And you can make it a requirement also if you want. And then you can see if I added that, the booking confirmation you can set. But my own case, I don't do that. So you can go ahead and save this and this now becomes a booking session. People can book this calendar with you, so you can go ahead and open the booking page, or you can share this link with people. So let me show you what this means. If you open the booking page, you'll be welcome to this platform. This is where anybody you share the link with is going to see that you are available on 21st with this timing and on 20th also with this timing. So if you go ahead and select any time and he's going to pop up to putting his name, let's say I put my name Epic. And then mentorship and this e mail address. And then the challenge is stage fright, for example. You can see as we've shown, this is the form what we expect. Practical session, practical tips for example. And then we can see book this. And once you book this, this is going to be confirmed with me and with this much detail. We're going to join the Google meet and all the details are going to be sent to you, just like I'm going to have them as well in my calendar. And that particular date, time you have selected is going to disappear from my calendar. It's not going to be available anymore in the booking schedule. So when you go back to my calendar, you'll notice that someone has booked this session. You can see it over here. And you'll be able to click and see the details of the person, what you expect, the challenge, and so on. The details will be here. So you can see on my personal schedule coaching, I have this book and I can manage it if I wish. And this Google meet details is going to be sent to him. And once he clicks, he's going to join the meeting directly. So you can see this is the personal coaching session, E mail that you're going to receive. And from here in profile, whether you're available or not, and you can join the meeting directly from. This is the sample E mail that you receive. So ladies and gentlemen, this is a bit about how to use Google Call to manage the schedules and activities and even events and booking sessions. With this, I hope you enjoy this video. In the next class, we're going to look at how to use Google Jamboard. Jamboard is essential and is useful for drafting concepts and ideas to be able to share with your team members and see how we can work and use it for your own events or for any kind of project you are going to work on. So until next time, thanks for watching, and I look forward to seeing you in the next class. By. 18. How to use Google Jamboard: Hello and welcome back. The last lesson we talked about how to use Google Calendar. And in this class we're going to talk about how to use Google Jamboard. Jamboard, like I said, it's just an essential white board for your breaststming ideas, with your team members, with your colleagues. And so to access jamboard, there are two ways you can access jamboard from here directly. You can come over here and you can come all the way to Jambo, can see if it bring you to a fresh Jamboard beach. Or you can go to Jamboard.google.com again. And you're still going to bring you to this very platform. So you can see the boards have worked on. These are recent boards that have created. You can, you're free to arrange them, maybe check them out. And you can open and see some of the brainstorming, the ideas that are brainstorm on. And you can select over here and do anything. You can download it as PDF or you can remove from the recent items. And then down here if you want to create a new board, all you need is to come to this site at the bottom right. And you just click, and then you'll be brought into this fresh blank Google Jamboard platform. So the first thing you need to do is to create a name for the jamboard. Let's see, Housing Project for this. And I'm going to describe through the process of how we can state this, maybe to design our project for the housing. This is just a demonstration. So the next thing you need to set up is the background. This is blank right now. You can set it to have this background, this dotted background, or if you want it to have this line background. And sometimes these boxes are good for a background. Sometimes you may have the colored and for just the illustration purpose, this makes your work to stand out a little bit, but I prefer to have these dotted ones. It's much more professional. So you have the option to choose from the pen over here. You can select the pen and you can start writing anything. You can start demonstrating your ideas. Okay? You can start showcasing the different things you want to showcase during the process of your illustration. So you are free to write anything with this. And then you can use the Resa anywhere you make a mistake, you can select and you can clean up that particular place. The Sa is basically for you to correct what you are written. You can always come back to select menu or the Morse pointer, and then you can use sticking notes. Sometimes you can do sticking notes to just demonstrate the processes you are trying to start here. And then you can see how we can have another one construction for example, and then we can have another one. Maybe let's say Finitial can choose different color. If you are interested we use different color. And you can see right now we've added about three things. You just showcasing different things. Then we can add pictures. If you have any picture of any house that you are targeting, for example, we can come to Google Images and just search for, you can see different house. Maybe you want to construct this house. This one, it's a bit expensive, but we may try to construct it. Let's give an image of it here to guide us as we are working on our project, okay? So we can just make it a bit bigger and put it by the side here, or put it at the top here so you can be able to see it clearly. Okay, so this is how to bring in images. You can bring in different images from different other sources. For example, you can upload if you have or you can pass in the link or image or from a webcom or Google Drive, Google Photos if you have any. Then the next thing is you can add ships, can click to have different kind of shapes. You can add different shapes. For example that want this triangle select and first it and we can put it here and put some more details. Maybe later out you can select and put in other things, for example. And you want something like this, I can pass here. You can add shapes of different types and you can add text, for example. You can see starting, then you can add another one. You can select and move it also. You can add another one, and you can see ending. You can see, you can select, you can move it. It's just like an idea creation board that you can discuss and itemize things gradually, maybe steps and so on with your team members. And lastly, you have this laser tool. Laser tool is useful for demonstration purpose. If you want to highlight something during your presentation to your members, you just want to show them that this is going to be the most important stage. And you can see, they can see it very clear just to intensify your message. So this is how to create this. And you can clear the board at any getting point with just one click, everything is going to go. Or you can choose to zoom the board with this much zooming and you can undo or redo as you wish. And then you can always go back to the Mousecton and you can click on this to rename the document or to rename the project. And then you can download it as PDF, safe frame as image, or you can remove or make a copy of it and so on. And then you can come down here if you want to share this Google jumble, you can share it with your people, You can just click on Share. And just like where you share items on Google Drive, you can also share with people directly from here. And you can set out the permission control from here and write in some messages. Or if you want to copy the link and share with people, copy the link. And anyone with the link can be an editor to this particular whiteboard that you've created. And you can have instant meeting directly from here. And click on this, we'll be able to have instant meeting with your coworkast directly, start a new meeting, or use meeting code if you want to use meeting code as you always. So ladies and gentlemen, this is just a bit about how to use Google Jumbo to create your ideas and to demonstrate a brainstorm on project things with me, team members. And we can invite people to collaborate with you on this as well. So I hope you enjoy this video. In the next class, we're going to look at how to use Google Photos. Yes, photos are very, very essential for managing and storing our photos and videos in this very platform. So until next time, thanks for watching, and I look forward to seeing you in the next class. By 19. How to use Google Photos: Hello and welcome back. In the last class, we talked about how to use Google Jamboard. And in this class, we're going to look at how to use Google Photos. A Google Photos is essential for storing, managing your photos and editing them. To some extent, you can manage your photos, edit them, and connect with your drive and across devices. It's very portable. It makes photo management and sharing very, very easy. Me to access Google Photos, all you need is to open from any of the Google Workspace application, come to the Google Apps of a sham. And you can see photos are directly down here. Photos. So you can just go to photos. Alternatively, you can go to Photos to Google.com and it is still bring you to a fresh blank page to your Google photos. Make sure you're looking with your account. So the first thing you see here are all the photos that I have. Photos and videos that I have also imported. You can see them over here. They are categorized accordingly. You can sort them according to albums, create different albums or different photos, and you can store all of them over there, so there are different ways to explore. You can check out the Explorer and you see, you can categorize them according to, you can check your content according to your activity, your creci and categories, so and so on. And you can check out sharing the people you have shared or partnered with in the vocal photos, people you've given access. And you can check Faborts photos. If you fabrited any photo, you see it over here. Once you start a photo, you're able to see it over here. And the albums, you can have different albums. You can see a personal seminar. You can have multiple albums. You can arrange your photos according to the albums. Once you're on photos, you see everything okay, regardless of the album. So over here you can see other utilities that you may have, like movie animations that you have created or you want to have. You can back up photos from your system as well if you want. Everything is going to be on your drive, so you'll be able to see the Google Drive percentage, how you are using it. You can have archive photos. Sometimes you may need to have some photos for postal use. You can have them here or locked folder, you can create lock folder. This gives you the opportunity to handle or to house other personal photos that you may not want to expose to the public. You can put them over here and the trash. You can always find the available or deleted files in trash. Now you can upload your files from your computer or from Google Drive or you can trans photos, collections. Okay. Transfer from photography services maybe from a camera or digitize a particular existing photo. You can hold a photo and scan it and it will give you the digital version of it, so you can store it here also, or you can back up from your computer or from scan photos with the old phone. You can scan a photo and you can digitize it as well on the Google Photos. Now let's try to upload a simple photo from my computer or from my drive. Let's sell from my computer. I can select a new photo and a photo new video. Can select this photo for example. And you can see it's just being uploaded. Once it is being uploaded, you to give you the option to categorize or add it to an album. You can add it to an album or shared album. If you have a shared album, you can add it to it. You can just go ahead and see add to an album. It will show you the existing albums that you have and if you don't see the one you're looking for, you can always create a new album and just give you the opportunity to type in the name. For example, I can see Youtube videos for example. This is just an example. And you can add in texts and everything. You can add location, and you can add how you want the photos to be fringed over here, New West, or recently added first. So whichever one you choose, you can hit on this, and now you have this as an album. So you can go back, can come to your photos, I can see it over here. Youtube videos. Once you click and see that particular photo that you've added. Then another way you can upload also from Google Drive. You can go to your drive and you can upload your photo from all of these other platforms. You can just go ahead select a photo from the drive, and you can just select Insert Upload. It's going to upload this particular photo into Google Drive. Okay, so you can see right now we've uploaded a number of photos. You can go ahead and select any of them and you can edit, select any of them and you can edit accordingly. So let's say we select this photo. It's a photo I took during one of our programs as a PG student and have this much options. The best part of this is you have equal, nearly equal options. When you're working on the mobile version of Google Photos. You can create a group and you can share with people. You can just go ahead and copy the link and share with them and alternatively you have the editing features. You can edit this photo to look fantastic and professional lance. What you can do with the first wood, for example, is you can enhance the photo with just one click. Once you click, you can see it automatically enhance the photo and make it a bit colorful and rise. And you can go ahead and use the black and white if you want to go to black and white. And these other features are for Google one if you have subscription. But I think enhancing is good. And if you want to go more, you can come over and you can change the orientation. You can make it 16 by nine, okay? And you can zoo and make sure you centralize the photo to make it fit into 16 by nine, and then you can see it. Or you can always go back to the ritual if you're interested. And you can change to all of these different aspect ratios. And then over here you have some other features, other changes which I don't touch because we have to be a Google. We come over and you can change the orientation. You can make it 16 by nine, okay? And tune and make sure you centralize the photo to make it fit into system mine. And then you can see it. Or you can always go back to the ritual if you're interested. And we can change to all of these iframes, ques. Then over here you have some other, just other changes which I don't put, because you have to be a Google ward to be able to use it then is most important, which is, let's go back to system by nine, you can go back to the most important which is the editing of Polo. Can play out collation right now you can see it's too bright, you can make it a bit darker, or we can increase the brightness, Ps too much, you can just reduce and put in some contrast to make it pop out. And then you can put in some white points if you want. You can put in some highlights, or you can lower the highlight bits and can put in lower the shadows. The shadows, black points, saturation. I want you to have some color. It's now watch, but you're free to clear around with bits and clear out the warmness of the picture. You can see right now, a lot of controls and you can pop in up a little bit if you want. You'll be able to see that you've created a lot of changes to this and can come over here to Creates to have different access to different templates. Filters that you can easily with just one click habit correctly, just one click and a particular filter will be added. I think this is good, but the intensity is too much, so you can reduce the intensity from here. You can have the option to reduce the intensity. So it becomes an equa, but there are some that got go directly to black and white. You can go ahead and select and go back to black or white directly. This is how powerful mobile photos in particular edition that you've done. Whatever you do inconceive directly. You can go ahead and start to take a part of the important for white. And then you can delete. Or you can come over here to have other features that you can slide through. You can download, can download original, rotate, left, right, and center. And you can archive and do many, many other things from K. So that's basically how to use Google photos to manage all of your photos and videos within Google work space. In our next class, we're going to look at how to use Google tasks. Okay, Google Task is very important in managing our daily schedules and tasks. And we can incorporate it and connect it with our Google calendar as well. In the next class, we're going to look deeply into that. Until next time, thanks for watching, and I look forward to meeting you in the next class. 20. How to use Google Tasks: Hello and welcome back. In the previous test, we talked about how to use Google Photos. And in this class we're going to look at how to use Google tasks. Okay? Tasks. It's important for you to be able to stay efficient and active because you understand your tasks for the day and you check them off as you achieve them. It's a very quick way to manage your schedules and daily activities. To access Google tasks, all you need is to open your mobile drive or anywhere you can come to the apps, Google Apps, and you'll be able to see it over here. If you don't see it, you can always browse for more and search for it, and then you can just app. It's very easy to do that. Alternatively, you will see it listed among the side icons of your Google Drive. Okay, you can see it over here. Tasks, When you click, you'll be able to see it's loading. It's going to load all the tasks. You can check according to the list that you have. Right now. I have my tasks and you can add additional lists. If you don't want to see the specific tasks. You can see my business relator things, you'll be able to see them. You can classify the list accordingly by creating lists directly from here. Now, another good way to access tasks is by coming to your calendar. You can go to your Google Calendar over here, and you'll be able to set in tasks directly. That's what I usually do. All my tasks are set up on the calendar and I manage them from the calendar as well. All you need is to select a specific date and give it a title. For example, business meetings for today for example. You can set it as a task right now. And then you can set the date we've selected and the time we've selected from 12:30 P.M. And then you can set in some descriptions of what you want to achieve from this. For example, you can say Company one students, Epic mentorship students, for example. Epic students either will have maybe coaching session. Okay, so this task that you've created can be ascribed or assigned to a list, a given list. For example, I want to add it to a business list and it's going to go to my business list. And once I click on Save, it's going to save this as my own business task and it's going to go to the business list. So if I want to see this, I can click here and see the particular task and its details. You can Market as complete if you have completed it, and you can still click and Market as complete if you have not completed this very task. Now to view it on the Task bar, you can come to the Task bar and you can go straight to the business list. Okay? Your own business list, and you'll be able to see it over here, Business meetings, click to see the details. And one good thing about the Google task is that you can create sub tasks within a particular task. You can create sub tasks. For example, now I have put in this description like we're going to meet with company one and students from Epic. And I can add some sub tasks by coming to the predoors on a particular task and see dub tasks. For example, we can see pre meeting with executives for example. And then we can have another sub task maybe discussing logistics. And then we can have another sub task, maybe time management. Okay, so these are some sub tasks that I created under this particular task. If I'm trying to click on this to mark it as completed, you can see it's going to tell me that I'm going to mark all these tasks also as completed. This is how it is being arranged and this is how to manage everything that you assigned over any task that you've assigned. With these three ducts, you'll be able to see other functions and features as well. You can indent and dent a particular task if you're interested, then you can study it also if you are interested. This is how to add a giving task. You can add multiple tasks within your calendar. You can see right now, this is the business task I've just created. And I can mark it if complete, like I said earlier. So you can have multiple tasks. And once you mark a task complete, it's going to be removed from this task list. It will be removed directly so you'll not be able to see. So this is another way to add tasks to your messages. Is maybe, for example, where you have from the mail, maybe you received an e mail and you want to add that particular instruction or e mail to your task so that you can be able to remember and work on it as time goes on. To be able to say, let's say this U demi e mail, I want to add it. So you can, from this e mail you can just come over here, you can see Tasks Add To Tasks. And once you click on it, you'll be able to add it to your task. It's going to go direct your task, so you just add it free to leave this subject, or you can edit the subject if you want. You can select and type another subject. For example, my starts as a subject and it's going to take that as my start. And the good side of this is that it added the E mail address that you're referring to. So at any given point, at any given time, you want to refer back to that e mail to find more information or thereabout. You'll be able to do that by just clicking this take you to that e mail. You could set dates and other details for this particular task that you've added to yourself. Basically, this is how to add tasks and manage tasks on Google task. Again, add them and then manage them accordingly. And hope you enjoy this video. In the next class, we're going to look at one of the most important applications in Google Workspace, which is Google Classroom. We're going to look at in detail, how to use Google Classroom both as a student and as a teacher, to connect it to them and see how they interact and manage a particular course creation or teaching class or teaching session. Until next time, thanks for watching, and I look forward to seeing you in the next class we. 21. How to use Google Classroom: All right, so welcome back. In the last class, we talked about how to use Google tasks. In this class, we are going to talk about how to use Google Classroom. Now Google Classroom is essential for students and teachers to manage digital content or to manage an online class very easily. The best part of it is everything is completely free of charge. To access Google all you need, you can access it from your Google Drive, just like the wig shunt. How you can access it from the three this nine dots. You can come over and just set for classroom. You can check out classroom. And you can see it over here again. You can move it to any location of your choice. And once you click, it's going to take you to a fresh Google classroom, just like this one. Okay? If you have no Google accounts, you can just go ahead and create one. And once you landed in this, you can see classes that are correctly teaching one that Google Plasroom to create your own. Plus, all you need is just to come to this top. Over here you click, you can join an existing class. If you're a student, you'll be given a code. I'll show you a sample code. And then you can create a class. If you are a teacher want to teach a particular subject to create a class, you come down here and credit class and read and understand this. And then you can say created and create. Now in a class creation, you need a class name and then you need subject room. I don't need room, but if you need, in cases of you only teaching a subsection, maybe in your school you're teaching a subject as art related or science related. You can define all that from here. For example, I want to sit this as computer methods, the name of my course. Then maybe the subject title is this is Engineering Design. Computer Methods for Engineers, for example. This is in engineering design. So I can just go ahead and create, I don't need room number at this moment. It is being created. Right now, Google is creating that particular classroom that we're going to work on. You can see right now, the classroom had been created. This is the view as a student, this is the view as a lecturer. Okay, As a teacher. This is what you see when you create. Now what you see here, you have the clay. At the top. Here you have four items. As a teacher, this is what you see as a teacher. You have the stream section. This is where you post in comments and any kind of information that you want to share with the students posting materials, or you can share any general or basic information from here. Then you can see the classwork. Classwork is where you create different kind of things from assignment to any kind of scheduled work or any kind of lecture that you want to use. You can schedule everything from here. This is classwork point assignments. Homework with there about you'll be able to see all of them over here. Assignment quizzes, materials, use subject or post. You can do all that from here. And then you have people, People is where you can add teachers. You can add co, teachers. Maybe you are not the only one teaching this course. You can add teachers as well. Or you can add guidance sometimes to be able to monitor what is happening in the class. And you can add students. For example, I may want to add a student. You can copy this link and share with the student. Or alternatively, you can just search for his name, just search for his e mail address. And you can just send an invite to him. And that student is going to receive an e mail inviting him to this particular class. And then we have the last option, which is the grading system. I'll show you in detail how to use the grading system, how we do grade students that have submitted an assignment or a quiz or something. So let's go back to the stream. This is where we do some of our basic things. If you want to invite students, this is the code to use for this particular class I'm teaching. You can click to display and students can copy this code and they can join. Let's copy this code, and let's try to see a student view of this class. Let's say in this Google classroom, I want to join a class. I can come to the topia and then join a class. And I can past in this code that you have collected from the other class member. So you can just go ahead and join once I join that particular class. This is the student view. As you can see, it's a bit different from the teacher's view. This is student view, you have stream and you have classwork, and you have people. Which means you can only see people that are in the class. Okay, so you can stay on the stream. So let's go back to the teacher view. Right now, I want to say hello guys. I want to pass simple information. Welcome to this course. Once I click, I can select which class and which students am I sending to all the students. I say I'm sending to all the students. So let's say hello and welcome to this class. Okay. To all the students. If I have any information I want to add, I can add load from here. So I can say click to post. You can post now. Or you can schedule for later. Or you can save us, draft, anyone you want. Well, let's say I want to post my right now. Click to post, you can see all the students will be able to see hello and welcome to this class. So let's try to look at the other student view so we can see what the student will be able to see, okay? So you can see, the student will be able to see here, hello and welcome to this class. And he or she can be able to respond, write, and be a message. Thank you sir. Once he said okay to this, I'll be able to see at the other end as the lecturer or as the course teacher. So you can go back to the other view and you'll be able to see that someone has responded as a student to the information or the message ave just passed across. Let's refresh and yes, you can see a student has responded. Okay, So this is the platform to run all the conversations you have with your students. Now let's go to the class work, which is where some of the important things can take place. For example, I can create an assignment, or I can give material directly. Or let's say we just give an assignment for them to just carry out. Okay, So let's close on this. Let's give an assignment simulation. Okay, This is the assignment, the title, I want them to carry out complete simulation of the network attached. Okay, this is then I can attach document via my drive or via link or upload it directly. So let's say I'm going to attach from my drive the information they need. This is it. Let's say I'm using this as an image, so they should use something like this. Attached it. Who should see and what permission am I getting to this particular document? It's going to be, make a copy for each student. Okay? Make a copy for each student. Select this, you can select, student can edit, or student can do whatever they want from this, we can do that as well. Okay, once you set up this, and then you may add another document if you want. But then I think at this moment I can add maybe 11 more sheet. Maybe I can add this one select and then add. And I can still make this a copy for all students when they edit in this document, I'll be able to know who does the work and they cannot overlap. Okay, So this is it. Now you can post this assignment to a particular class if you wanted to be on computer methods, the one for engineers, this is the one we're currently working on. If you want to post it to other classes also you can by just coming over here. Okay. And then you can post to all the students or to the students that we just assigned, which is me on the other platform. You can post to all students, and then you can set in the points. Let's say this assignment takes in ten marks, okay? You can put how many marks I? Then you can put a due date when B1b assignments to be due. Let's say I want it submitted by tomorrow and I need it by tomorrow, September 19. Okay? And then you can close submission after the due date. I can select this. Nobody should submit after the due date. And then you can have to give a topic for this. Okay, So you create a topic. So let's say this is first first, okay, this assignment. And then you can create rubric. Usually you can create a new one, or you can reduce an existing one, or you can import a rubric. Let's go ahead and create a new brick. Just to show you an example of how bricks have been created, you have to create a title first. This is score example. Then you have to give the criterion. For example, you say document, then you can give a point to this, let's say pre point. Then we can set in levels and description. Let's say the criterion description is all the documents, the pop example. Then you can add other criterion over here. You can add multiple here, We can say correct answer carries, okay, All values correct. So let's say we give points to this, maybe the remaining seven marks, since you are assigned three marks over there. And you can put other descriptions as you swish or you can put sub levels. Maybe question 11, how you do want to create it. You can put all that from here. So once you finish sampling the rubric which is over ten, you can go ahead and change the arrangement, ascending or descending order. And once you prevent save over here, it's going to take that as a rubric and it's going to assign to this particular assignment that we're going to send. Now you are free to assign to all the students again or you can schedule or you can save us draft or you can discard. I'm going to go ahead and assign this assignment directly to my students, all of them. So once you assign this, once you assign this, you can come to classwork and you can see, now I have First, which is the one I've shared with them. And you can click to see what is there. So this is it, a sign assigned to one student, so nobody has returned it. So let's go back to the student view and see what he's going to see. So once the student view, once you refresh the page, is going to see the assignment. So you can see right now one class comment is there, okay? Okay. Right now you can be able to see that Epic Mentorship posted a new assignment or Epanete simulation. So as a student, you can create or click on this and then you'll be able to see. This is the assignment and these are the documents that are assigned. Okay? These documents. And this is the point, this assignment is ten points and these are how the points are going to be marked type documents, three points and correct answers, seven points, a total of ten points. Okay? So what he's going to do now is maybe he might download this, a work on it, see, or he can try to open and then maybe do something in it. Now let's say he opened this document and he just does something. Maybe he had something and then he quits. Or because this is goble box. So it's going to automatically save. He had all the document, all the information, he ran all the simulations needed, and he quits. Okay? And he feels like he has done everything needed and he wants to hand in, which means he wants to submit. He can go hand in and can hand in with all the two attachments he has hands in. And that means he has submitted piece work to the lecturer. Okay, so on submitting, you may not be able to do anything again within the document, except in the teacher has decided to return the documents to you. So you can un submit if you want. Now let's go back to the teacher's view and see what he's going to receive. So once you refresh this now when you go back to class work, you'll be able to see from your assignment, you just click on the assignment and you'll be able to see turn in one someone has submitted which is the first passing he has submitted. Now you can go ahead and review the work. Okay, review the work. You can view the instructions and let's go ahead and review the work. You can go ahead and check the work, what has he done and so on. And then you can assign the marks correctly, opening a new windows. Okay. Next, he has done that, so you can review the work that you gave me. This is the first one, and then you can check out the other ones. Okay? Whether he has done the summination correctly or not, then you can go ahead and check. This is the fourth document that he has submitted. You can check the other one and see what he has done. And then based on the submission, what he has submitted, if you find out that the answers he has provided are all correct, then you can come over here and put in degree. So, for example, in the first grade you said type document? Yes. He typed though, this is three. And then the correct answer, he got the answer not so correct. I can give him 5/10 and you can see if I have a private comment that I want to give to him. I can say, good work, good work, and keep it up. And then I can post this so the students can be able to see, I posted this. And then once I make sure everything I went through, everything everything is correct as needed. You can see the Grade 8/10 I can just go ahead and return and say I returned this, and then it's going to mark this to the student. Now let's see my own portion as a teacher, so you can see I've graded one student and when I click on this, I'll be able to see who I've graded and the student how much scores. You'll be able to see from here and you see the other details. Also if you want to add grades, the about this is the first one and the other one the students can be able to see also from its on end that you or your class have been graded and you can see scored 8/10 and be able to see directly. So this is the power of Google work space, whether you are working as a student or as a teacher. So you can see other classes that are taught. And you can list out all your classes over here and you can archive the ones you want to archive what they're about. And then you can have other settings. Settings are very important to have. You can check out other settings as regards your class. You can just go ahead and review all of them and see which one and which one. But I believe the default setting for the classroom is fantastic for all your need when it comes to teaching on Google Flash. And now the next thing that I want to show you is that the class you have assigned, the assignment you have assigned can be found also on your Google Drive. Okay? So once you check your Google Drive, you can see a panel assignment has been listed in your Google Drive. So it can link up with the Google Drive, whatever subsequent assignment you have. It can also be linked up over here. This is the power of a Google classroom for teachers, for you to create fantastic classes and teach students and have mutual online digital connectional communication. I probably enjoy this video. In the next class, we're going to look at how to use Google. Again, Google is essential for you to visualize some environment. Or if you're using it for research and development, be able to map out satellite locations and study details like mapping or the latitude and longitude. Or understand the profile of a particular location. And it's completely free of charge. So until next time. Thanks for watching, and I look forward to seeing you in the next class. But 22. How to use Google Earth: And walk back. In the last class, we talked about how to use Google class. In this class, we're going to look at how to use Google Earth. Okay, Google Earth is powerful and essential for visualizing places, topographies and different features within our blue. Sometimes you can even go beyond looking at the Earth and even looking at some other planets like the mass, maybe Jupiter there about. You can go beyond looking at the Earth and you can look at other features within the Google F, like the mass and other planets within this Ml. To get a Google map, all you need is to start by coming all over to the nine docs click, you can come down and we can see Google F. This one gives you the access to the online Google F. Okay. This is the digital, This is the web version of Google. It's going to run out and you'll be able to see the Google F on the web. But the one I usually use, which I advise people to use always is the Google Pro. To download that, you can come to these three lines and you can come down here, you'll see it over here. Download Google Earth on desktop. It's very easy because you can stream and it has other features that you can use. Fantastic features that you can apply to your old experience. You can download it directly and go ahead and install. I've downloaded mine and I've installed. So let's try to have a look at it. You can come over here, you see it over here. Google Earth Pro also just give you some seconds, it opens. It doesn't waste time. Just you can close on this ad. It for these tips is what I'm going to show you. This is the F now coming up. You can see that you have the option to do many, many things. For example, you could move around with your mouth, we just clicking and holding. You can be able to move around across if you, over a wave from the F, you can see my mouse is now at the mouse pointer. But then if you are coming back, you see my mouse turns into a hand tool and you can move around with just left click. You can double click with double left click and it will zoom in to an location. If you double click again, left click, it's going to zoom into another place. If you right click, double right click is going to zoom out. Same way, zoom out with double right click. Then you can use the mouse wheel to zoom in. Also out, zooming in and out with the mouse wheel is very easy. The same feature you have here. To the right left, you have this zooming tool. When you click out the negative sign, you're going to zoom out. And when you click out the positive sign, you're going to zoom in. Or you can use this feature to drag in forward and backward. You can see you can drag in forward and backward with this small wheel. And at the top here, at the top of it, you have the option to move across. Okay? You can use it to move across, or you can pan across like that to the left. You can pan across like that to the right, forward or backward, some way. At the top here you have another feature with two functions. The one that contains the N, which I guess it guess correctly, this is the North. Okay. It will always show the point where the Earth is at the North. You're free to move around with it. You can use the mouth to the left. You can move at any given point. It is still going to show you the Northern part. Okay? You can hold the north and move on your own, or you can use these angles to move around. So this is the very key feature to just navigate around. At any given point you select. You can see the date of the imagery. This is 2015, which is quite old. And you can see latitude of long variation across as you move your mouths across the globe. Now in any location you want, you can in to any location and you'll be able to see details of it as you go down, depending on the strength of you talk. You'll be able to see clearly a particular location, individualize everything, and you can see it to the right here, you have the option to search. You can search anywhere. For example, let me try to search my University ETP Malaysia and be surprised that we just want Click this is going to fly me to UTP and it's going to take me to my university. You see serially what I'm trying to see, this investity technology patrols. And it's going to zoom in and go in to show me the buildings and so inside the university because I want to see the details. Just so you can see now you can see the details of it. You can see I can move around the university and if I want I can change the angle, all right? I can drag this man because before we don't have it, I can drag this man and put it inside this location and it's going to show me pathways that people can follow. You can see right now it's even showing me in three D, you can show you three D views and you can move around and move across to see the different locations. Okay? Different areas within the university. Okay? So you can see, we'll be able to see and visualize everything you can see right now. You can move across and you can drive Batman and pull in there to be able to see at view. Okay. Let's take him to somewhere so that you can be able to see some of the areas like this is the Chancellor's hall. You can see very clearly this is three view and it's 260 degrees. We can be able to visualize everywhere within the university. You can see very clearly that's the power of Google Earth and you can exit that from here. Okay. Can exit. At an interview point. Now, depending if you're working on a particular project that you may want to take in measurement of a particular location. Because you are certain, you know, the exact longitude and latitude of where you're working on. We can go ahead and add places, for example. And you want to add some points. I can click and add this. Define this as a point. We can see the latitude and longitude. You're free to move it. You're free to move it to any point, assuming at this point I can name this 0.1 P one, for example, P one. And you can see you can give details of that one if you want, then you can give another point. Again here, maybe you can drop and put something and you call this two. For example, two. You can give details as well if you like. You can know the distance between P one and P two, or you can try to get some details, latitude and longitude and so on. You'll be able to plot the slope between these two points if you are interested. Now down here, you have the option to add other things, like if you want to see other features in this very map. For example, you may want to see this is Pre. If you want to see votes, you can select to visualize and see votes's actually discrete view so that we'll be able to see this 0.1 and 0.2 if you want to see Road, you can put in this. If you want to enable photos, you just click and everything is going to enable some photos within the location. If you navigate around and move close to the places, you'll be able to see photos that people are shown in that particular location. So you can see now photos are coming in and when you drag and go to a particular location, you click on one of the photos, you'll be able to see clearly a photo that was taken at that particular place. That's the power of it. You can enable all of these places if you want, you want places, you want borders and announcements, or you can enable gallery or whether you can all enable that from here. These are very basic things you can do within Google image. They are very fantastic. And the top here, you have a bunch of controls that you can work with. For example, you can disable the sidebar. You have everything at full screen, and then you can add locations. I've shown you how to add locations here and you can add different polygon you can select and you can define a polygon by that definition alone. You'll be able to see measurements of that polygon, like you can see the perimeter as well as the area of that particular polygon that you've defined, okay? You can give levels to that polygon. That is where you are going to, if that is what you're working on, then you can add paths. You can define a giving path from one point to another and you'll be able to see the measurement of that path. Also, this is 0.11 miles and you can change the units also if you're interested. This is very basic if you want to add image overlay, if you want to add your own image overlay, you can pick on this and you can browse and add that particular image just like a contribution to specify that you're working here during that project. Then this is a record to, you can move around, record what you're working, what you're moving in. As you navigate across within the Google map, you can show satellite. You could be able to show historical imagery because this is 2015. If you click on this, you can check out the imagery. Or maybe this is 2022. And you can go back as far as maybe 1985 and it to show you the exact image of that particular location. Next you can have rulers. You'll be able to take the distance between one point to another. You'll be able to know the distance exactly length. Okay. And you have other features. You could e mail this and you could print this particular view. And you can save image as peor thereabout. And then you can view in Google Maps. You can go ahead and view it in Google Maps. And you can view Google Earth Web also. You can click on this and it can take you to Google Earth Web and you'll be able to visualize that. That's very fantastic of it. Then you have another option to view other planets. So let's go back to 2022. You have the option to view other planets, which is one of the things I find exceptionally useful. This icon here you can view, this is the that we're looking at in go ahead and view the sky and mass. Let's say you want to view the sky and what centils, what's in the sky. You'll be able to view it clearly, correctly. So you see now we view the galaxy and whatever it is there and it's very beautiful and nice. You can see the task you zoomed in. You can go beyond that and see very clearly some details in the galaxy, and it's very, very fantastic. You can navigate around and see details of things. This is the sky in its entirety, so you can move around and see the wonders. And if you want, you can still come back, maybe show mass. This is mass. It's now logging into Show mass. This is mass. And if you zoom in and be able to see some details in mass and what you are you may be interested in, this is satellite imagery is very, very powerful and then you can check out more if you want to see more. And it's now logging in, showing about more. This is the very basics on how to navigate and use the Google Satellite Imagery. You can use it and apply it depending on the work you're doing. You can always have access and be able to get details, things that we may be working at. I think that does it for this tutorial and the basics of how to use Google within the Google work space platform. I hope you enjoy this video. In the next class, we're going to look at Google chats. And so until next time. Thanks for watching and look forward to seeing in the next class. 23. How to use Google Chat: Hello, I'm welcome back. In the last class, we talked about Google Earth. And in this class we are going to talk about how to use Google Chat. Google Chat is the alternative to Google Hangout, which you can hear. We previously existed, but now everything is being converted to Google Chat. And Google Chat is just like Whatsapp that we are using currently. If you've used Whatsapp, then Google Chat is not going to be a problem for you. So it's a platform that you can access from anywhere within your Gmail. You come to the nine dots and you just come down here and you can see it. Google Chat with just one click. It's going to bring you over to this platform. So you can create a chart, you can start a chat, and you can start a space, or what we call the group, just like the way it is in Whatsapp. And you can browse, explore applications if you're interested. And over here you can have live meetings. Okay? You can connect directly with Google Meet and you can set up meetings. And you can go live instantly and start a meeting. To start a chart, you can come to this blow sign over here and you can go ahead and invite someone or anybody. For example, I can see a pick mentorship for example. I want to invite this guy to chat and I can just send you okay. You can invite multiple people, for example. You can see I've just added this to start chatting with it. Okay, Let's say you can come up here and say hi and welcome to my channel example. You have the option to sending the message directly and he's going to receive this message up here. You have the option to change the other text editing features like you can old can utilize. You can underline and you can add some things. For example, you just need to select the text you can and allies and under line and add even coloration to it. You want it to go in red color. And then you can add bullet points or you can strike through or add a link to this. You can do that very easily. Then here you can add some images to signify some emotions. Maybe you can add this image just to show that you're laughing about you. Go ahead and send the person. You can add images and you can add different images. They have different types. You can see them across. So depending on the message you're trying to create or depending on the situation, you find yourself. And then over here, you can attach gifts of different types. There are different gifts that you can add and you can just send directly to the person. Just one click you'll be able to send gifts. And you can upload files within your drive or within your computer, can upload this file and you can just directly upload and you can send to him also with just one click. You can see you've sent in a number of things. You can click on this to add a video meeting. Once he clicks on this, you'll be able to go live directly. And you'll be able to see each other and talk. Talking, it's made very easy. You can just add and you'll be able to see some of the things that you've sent to him again within the charts. You can also have access to respond to chats or to adding some or laughing images. Or you can just add some reactions. Or you can do, you can reply a text or chat. You can reply a particular chat. And you can edit your own particular message that you've sent. And you can add some things and send it back again. Then over here you have the option to check out on these three dots where you will have access to, you can mark as or read, you can forward to inbox, and you can add this as a task. And it's going to connect to a Google task as well that we've just talked about. Or you can delete the chat directly. These are very basic things you can do. This is from my own end. Let's try to look at the end of the other user. Maybe this epic mentor ShilIlet's see what he's going to see at the other end. So you can see right now, he has received a message from the chat. Okay, he received a chat message. Or once he clicks, he'll be able to see all the things that I've sent to him and he can accept or ignore the chat requests that are sent me accepts. Then he will now be able to combat with me or chat with me directly. So you can see that he has seen the hello and welcome to my channel things. And the images, the gifts that are sent and the images that I've attached. And that is all about him to accept or to say thanks, all the above. He can respond accordingly, but he also can start another chat. Okay. You can start a chat with me and he can say hi and thanks by inviting. Okay, you can just send. And he has as much features also that I've explained. He can react to any of the images or any of the messages I've sent just to signifies that he has responded. And you can see he has reacted to it. And you can see on the other side. So let's check my own ends and let's see what we have. So you can see I have one or rig message. And that message is he has reacted and say hi. Thanks for inviting me. So this is how to virtually kick, start the conversation with another person. Now, you can create spaces. Like I said, again, spaces are groups that you can start conversations with more than one person. You can start with 234 people if you're interested. Now we want to start space. Clicking here to start pace, and let's say create space. Now we have the option to put in this space, then let's say a pick mentorship. Then I can add some reaction to this. Also, just to show that this is a normal, you can put a distuction if you are interested. Let's say the channel issues. Then you can add the e mail address of the people over here. So you can go ahead and just add, we have K, this one, and this one. You can add multiple people and then you notify them that space have been created with their own, they've been invited through this space. Spaces are different from chat, creating chats in that you can add people, you can share a file from drive, and you can assign tasks directly. And like I said, it's going to connect it with Google tasks as well. You can start a space, you can start a composition, or you can start anything let's say we've created. Within this space that we've created, you can start. Hi, welcome everyone to this group. Go to this space, Okay, you have as much features also, like we've explained, everyone in the group who's going to see this message and is going to respond accordingly. And you can attach file from all of these different platforms. You can attach a file and everyone in the group can select and work on it and you'll be able to edit. Also, you can attach the file and you can send it to them. Then you can set the permission from P. Can they be comments or can they be editors? Or they will be able to. You can set all these. Allow anyone with the link to view? Yes, allow anyone with the link it you can edit the photo and the content and you can just send, once you send this, the other end is going to receive that a message has been shared and a document has been shared and you can work on it also and share with us. Then you can assign a giving task, for example. You can see now it's open, the tasks, that file you've shared. You can be able to see it on files over here, the one you shared with the people, even them at the other edge, when they come to their files, they'll be able to visualize this and they can work on it and edit on it. Okay? And then this is task. Now in task, you can create a giving task, for example, writing the Youtube scripts, and you can add dates. Okay? You can have touch dates to it. For example, by 19th this is a deadline. And then you can assign a particular person to this. Let's set this guide, the AI to do this job. And then you can add this. Okay, it's now added as a task. Now when we go back to the other edge, try to view. You can now see that space has been created. And then click, this is a Pick membership space and you can see all the things that have been posted. In addition, a task has been created for PKI writing the To task. Once you click on it, you'll be able to now go ahead and write the task or write the Youtube script that asked for him to do. While he has done that, you can come back here. This is assigned to you and this is the task. And you can click to now accept and check out that that task has been carried out. Okay. And it should be notified in the group that he has carried out his own task. Now the file that was shared with him. Also, you can be in the group also, You can view it from here and edit directly. So let's go back to the other view. And then the last thing is you can set in meetings directly from here. You can start new meeting or you can join an existing team meeting. Okay, so this is very, very superb and powerful Google Charts, you can do quite a lot. Just like the way you do a whatsapp. It's now the three version of it, three from arts, and you can connect with your team members perfectly and professionally. Okay. So I think that does it for the basics on how to use Google Checks. In the next class, we're going to look at how to use Google sites, okay? How to create simple sites without the need for you to have an exceptional or deep learning in programming or some degree of program. This plug and plea drop and drop will create a very simple site that everyone can use and benefit. Okay? So I hope you enjoy this video. Thanks for watching and I look forward to meeting you in the next one by. 24. How to use Google Sites: Hello and welcome back. In the last class, we talked about how to use Google Charts, which is very important for you to manage your charts grad spaces and manage your team members within a particular platform. Now in today's video, in today's class, we are going to look at how to use Google sites where you can build basic websites free of charge. It's just a drag and drop websites that you can create on your own, free of charge. And then you can define the domain at the end of it all. To access Google sites, all you need is to open your browser and just come to sites.google.com Sites@google.com oversee from your browser. And it cars here and Enter. And it's going to bring you over to this very platform. Now you have a bunch of options to start from scratch. Over here, you can start from a blank page where you can check out templates that are available over here. There are a number of templates down here, you can see recent sites that I've created on my own. Using my own practice. I've created a number of sites and you can quit and create yours as well using the same technique. Now you can see more templates by coming over to the top here you can see personal related templates recently used. And you can see work related, business related, as well as a wedding related templates that you can easily go ahead and customize. In this case, I always prefer to start from templates because it's easy to show around. And it's easy to just customize and make it your own. And then you can publish and share with your people. So you can go ahead and select from any available templates. I usually go with something like this. It's simple and it's compact as well as it contains more information, you can easily run around and customize it. So when you click on the website, you'll be welcome to this very platform. Now this is just a drag and drop and editable website. You can go ahead and edit anything. For example, you can just go ahead and edit this text. Okay, You can just select and edit. Pick Digital Academy, Don't worry about this selling. You can select the text and you have the Bucher options to control the title. What kind of title do you want? Is it the higher title or the heading you change? And you can change the phone style as well as the sizing from here. Runway 64, you can change it to anything. Maybe for eight, you could utilize it can on the line. You can change coloration as well. From here, you can add a link to it, so anyone who clicks this can move to somewhere And you can change the alignment. You can align, lets right center from here and change the MG. If you want to add some emerges to pile something that seems like an emotional there about, you can copy this and paste it somewhere. Or you can delete or come to these products, you have a bunch of other options to check at. For now, you can go ahead and edit anything. As you pop up over it, you just see that it is editable, so digitizing. Okay. So you can see this is a simple one. You can navigate across and check on any, you can edit any, and you're free to move, select, and move around any of the section or feature within the website. You can see this blue line signifies the location where I release is going to drop this particular feature that I'm trying to move. When I release here, it's going to move and come below this particular one. Let's undo this because I have it at the top here. And if you want, you can move different things. Again, these are pictures you can go ahead and replace them. Can collapse, make them collapsible, you can duplicate, can go ahead and replace the images directly. And you can edit the texts as well. So you can see very easily a lot of things can be done. This text also is editable, even this photo, you can click to edit it, See Just Edit and put your details and phone number on the about. Now you can see to the left, these are the key things you will be working with when you're building websites with Woblesites. These are inside tools, you can insert text box at any given point wherever you want, you can just select and inside a text box for example, if you want to insert this image gallery. These are three image galleries or 21 with a description we can just drag and drop. You can see with the blue line, it will just show you exactly where that image is going to be. So you drop here and you can see the image by the side. And you can click to add a title. And then you text over here, very simple. You can just drag and drop. Click the ad and then you can navigate to upload your image. And you can select an image or from a drive, or from Youtube or from calendar, or you can add maps to this. These are links you can add. And when someone clicks, it's going to take them to that particular link. But this ad how to add an element or a feature within. And then down here you can add collapsible groups or table of content or image causal. If you want to have multiple images inside, you can add directly from here. Or if you want to add a button, you can just select. And it's going to ask you to define what kind of button you want it to. So let's say this is landmark. Button. And then you can add a link to this. You can add, copy and paste it. Direct link that when someone clicks on the landmw, it's going to take it to that please. Or you can directly move to a website or ph. Okay, let's say if you want to land more, it should take you to our services. This is the control. This is the command. It's going to take you to base services. And when you say inside, it's going to come over to this point, you're free to move it around. Okay, See you can move it to centralize it to under position. So it's just basically drag and drop thing can just drop and drop. Over here you have a bunch of other features like the divider, which you will call adding divider in between the features or space or session me endings or placeholder. You just go ahead and explore all of them and see what, what and how you can add all of them. Just try giving them a try and see you can inside images manually and just find any location of your choice and it just go ahead and inside the image very easily. Here you have the available pages that right now we have some pages from services about testimonial. You can see all of that here. And if you tree to go ahead, once you click on any, it's going to open that particular page for you. And then if you don't want it to be services, you can make it mission. For example, mission, we can make this emission. And you can see it's going to take a emission. And if you'd like, you can change it also from here and change it from these three dots. You can make this a homepage or you can duplicate it, or you can check the properties or add a home page to this or hide from this. As you awash, it's very easy to just select and changes, make changes. So over here you can come and you can check out the about pages. Okay, about us, this testimonials and this why I like this complete is it comes in with different kind of features that you can. All you need is to select Edit and then you can formative and make it all. It's very, very se, they have the contact plus page. All you need is to put in your details, your phone number, your E mail over here. You just select and put in the phone number in email and anyone can contact. And then you take a look at the map pin. You can just define your own location. Parting with this map, everyone can be able to see it and come to that location that you find. Now you can always come back to the goal. Or if you want to filter pages, we can filter accordingly. Or if you want to make a page a hop page, for example, if you want to add a new page, you can come down to this plus site. You can add a new page, or you can add new link or full page embedded or menu section. We can add all of these. But let's say you want to add a new page, we'll call it Vision. Okay, Vision. And then we can see done, I'll, it's now Added Vision. We see it here. Vision added. We can move it across. You can put it down here if you're interested. We can see with the blue line, it signifies the position. And you can make it a Sob page of a particular page. So for example, here we have here we have vision, let it come under about us or under services, you can drag and drop it here, aunts, move it to services, and it's going to be a sub page of services. You can see it's not a sub page under services. When you come to services just over, over service, you'll be able to see Ian opt move around and do a lot of things. Like you can do many other features from here, change other features also from here. So these pages, you can come back to the home, let's say we're back now to the home. And then we can check out themes. Themes actually can help you to change the appearance in its own, you can create your own theme, or you can upload a particular theme. Or if you're interested, you have a theme you can upload directly. But this is the existing one, this one. And if you want to change it, you can see Aristotle over here. And once you select it, it changes virtually everything, including the text style, Keep the format and sort. If you want to have different coloration based on your brand, you can select also from here. And you can see you can do also your own style. Okay. You can add your own style. If you want to add different coloration, you can just get around and give your own brand, color, or head code that you have. You can copy and paste it here. It's very easy to navigate around. You can change the different, you can use the impression theme, you can change the theme accordingly however you want it from here. This is a our theme. And then at the top here, once you finish editing anything, everything that you have, I think this simple theme is better. And you can come over here, we can undo redo things, we can view changes, and then you can preview your website. From here, that preview is going to give you the system preview. This is computer review. At the bottom here, you can have a phone preview. How is the site going to look on your phone? And it's always very important for you to check out how your site is going to look on the phone even before you publish it. Then you can check out the part or tablet mode or the form is going to look. This is how it's going to look on your tablets. If you try to look at it directly again, you have computer, then you can exit this. That's to combat autophoicreview. Then over here you can directly copy the link. But because you cannot publish the site, that's why you. Copy the link. At the top here, you can share these websites for people to help you edit or to comment or do some other things. You can set the permissions from here. Anyone with this link can edit the website. You can set it, okay. Anyone with the link can be an editor can publish a site. This is public. Anyone with the link is restricted. Anyone with the link can edit. Okay, So it's going to be an editor. You can search for anybody. For example, I can search for myself and then I can send this. And you'll be notified that you've been requested to collaborate on this particular website building. And you'll be able to join and build the website together. Okay, so this is about collaboration and sharing, and inviting people over here you have this option to check out the other navigation features, other settings, basic settings. For example, you can see the navigation bar over here is situated at the top. This one, the pages, if you want to, you can make it to the site. And you can see the anal collapse to this side. You can see when you click, you'll not be able to see it by the side. Okay, This is just an option, but I think I prefer to be at the, the top just like we have before. So for ease of access and you can change other things like the transparency mode and the coloration and the color feature. You can change from anywhere. You can change the brand images, okay. You can change the logo, the Fibric, as well as you can just import any logo of your choice. If you have any logo somewhere, you can select. I'll just select for example, have this my Epic Mentorship logo. You can just select and see if just just been added. You can check out the other features like the fabric, you can add your fabric. If you have viewer mode, you can check customized domain, custom domain. If you want to pay for customer domain, you'll be able to have your domain at Youtube.domain.com This is Pd version. And then you can be able to check the site analytics from here as well as announcement center from here. Bring up any other information. Now this is how the website is going to be built. You can add a site. For example, you see Epic Digital Academy, for example. You can see the website is now coming up and it's coming very clear now at the top. And the next here is this three dots. When you click on this three dots, you review the history of your editings are what you have edited on the website. You can make a copy of it. You can check out privacy and thismach control. Once you're done, you like what you see. You can go ahead and publish directly from here. And now this is telling you that this is going to be a website, Epic Digital Academy, and it's going to come as a subset or after this, okay, this site, so Google.com first las View is going to come up and then this is going to be the website. Okay? So this is the URL of the website. If you like it, you can say yes, request public search engines to not display my site. If you like, I lib everything at default. And if you want custom domain, you can go ahead and create custom domain, but you have to be on the paid version. Now you can go ahead and publish. And this site is now going to go live. Okay, so anybody that you can copy this link, and anyone with this link will be able to view the site and check out its content. So let's go to a fresh page. Let's pass in the URL and let's see what we're going to see. So this is the website we've just designed with our logo and the name and everything you can see, you can navigate across or you see everything, including the other details you can navigate across. You can enter Vision Home, you can enter the services, you can enter the above section and you can see very easily, once you customize it to your liking, you'll be able to have access and a fantastic website. So it all boils down to, you all boils down to what kind of website you're trying to create. This platform gives you the opportunity to do drag and drop to adding content and features. And then you will have it fantastically for yourself. So I think this brings us to the end of this class on how to use Google site to build our own website from scratch, from template. Or if you're interested, you can go ahead and build from scratch. Okay, I hope you enjoy this video. Thanks for watching and I look forward to seeing you in the next work. In the next class, it's going to be about conclusion and project. Okay, the project that you're going to do to showcase that you've really gone through this tutorial on how to use Google Workspace. So I'll look forward to seeing you in the project class by. 25. How to use Google Drawings: Hello and welcome back. In this class, we're going to look at how to use Google Drawings. Google Drawings is very important in demonstrating or ideation of concepts, and you can draw anything of your choice. Maybe you have a task or a project that requires you to draw a flow chart or a diagram of a cup, or a flower, or anything of your choice. You can go ahead to draw everything within the Google Drawings platform. To start with, there are two or three methods to access Google Drawings. The first one you can access is from anywhere within your Google Drive. You can come to New over here, and you can come all the way down to more and you can see Google Drawings over here. Once you click on drawings, it's going to land you on a fresh Google Drawings platform. This is it. This is Google Drawings. Alternatively, the second method that you can find it is you can come to draw drawings.google.com and you'll be able to be welcome to the same Google Workspace Fresh blank page. Now the first thing you need to do whenever you start any Google workspace application, as usual, is to name the project. You can come over here and click on this, and you just name your project. For example, I can call this Demo Drawing. Okay, My Demo Drawing. And as soon as I click out, you'll notice that the project had been saved Automatic, which is one of the features of Google work space. It quickly saves everything, all what you are working on. It is going to be saved automatic online. This is it that it's available on the cloud and then you can move it to any folder right. Now, when you click, you'll notice that it is being saved in my drive. Okay, The default location is on my drive. You're free to move it to any location. Maybe you have a specific folder that you're trying to move it on and you can maybe move it to this one. Select this folder and say move here. And it's going to move this drawing that we're going to do into that particular folder. All right, that's the first one and you can start it for ease of access as well. Anything star, you can find it in my drive and your Google Drive as a stared item for ease of access. The first thing you need to notice is this is the Google Drawings Platform. This is the canvass. This is the main canvass over here. This side views, this side use. You can be able to move items across. But whatever you have within this canvas is what is going to be generated at the end of it. All the nature of this transparent platform or the canvas just showcase that whatever you passed in here at the end of it all is going to be transparent. Okay? If you make it, if you color it to white, it's going to be color white. Now, one of the most important things to pay attention to whenever you are starting to work on Google Drawings is down here. You have the adjuster. This is adjusting the size of the canvas. You can make it bigger and you can make it smaller however you want it. By coming down here, you can see your coso tons into this arrow sign and you could drive in, make it smaller. Surprisingly, as you make it smaller, it becomes bigger. This is just to maximize everything, for us to be able to visualize it. Let me show you another way to actually know that we've reduced the sizing. If you select and drag it to the sides like this, you can see it really reduce the sizing, which means it's getting smaller by the size. You can check that from the ruler over here. Now, there are so many things to look into when dealing with Google drawings. The first one is you have the option to access different lines. When you click on this dropdown, you have different lines. You have normal straight line, you have arrow, and you have elbow connector. And you have curved lines. Scribble. They are different, these are different types of lines you can go with. Start with the normal line, and if you want to draw something, you can just go ahead and start drawing. Now you can see if you're drawing a horizontal or vertical line for you to have more controls over what you're drawing. You can hold down the shift key and you can see if you're drawing a horizontal line, it becomes fully horizontal. If you're drawing a vertical line, it becomes fully vertical when you hold down the shift key. Okay, this is it. Once you release, it becomes a full line. And you're free to change the width of this line by coming over here, you can make it times four and it's going to be thicker. Okay? Or you can make it times two and it's going to be thinner. Or thereabout, you can make it times one and it's going to be much thinner. Now you can change it to a dotted line or a dashed line. Anyone you can change. Once you click, you change everything. And then you can change the end point of the line instead of it to just be a normal line, you can make it an arrowhead. Okay? The arrows could come in different forms, different types, okay? You can make it this type of arrow, you can see. And then you can make the other edge, also another type of a pointed, something like this. We have something like this. And then you can change the color of the entire thing. Let me make this red color. This is red color and I think it looks cool. Whenever you select it, you can check the formatting options and you have this much options to play around with. You can change the sizing and rotation. You can rotate it to any angle. If I make it 25 degrees, it's going to shift 25 degrees, just like so. And if I make 100 or you can keep rotating it as you, so around 25 degrees. Okay? And you can flip it to any axis. You can flip it horizontal, vertical. You can flip it horizontal as well if you are interested. So these are some very basic controls that you can have access to. Then the position, you can play around with the position. You can move it top left, top right. Or you can play with the x and y axis and then you can drop shadow. This is possible when we have other features. Maybe very bigger features, bigger drawings that you can be able to use. But then if you select a drop shadow, you can increase the opacity of the shadow. And you can see it is affecting this particular line and the angle as well. If you want to increase the angle, you can see the angle of the shadow is changing the distance as well. You can change the distance. You can see it moves away. And something like this is not cool. So something like this is much better. You can see now it's clearly visible. And the blow radius, you can change it as well. These are some very basic controls, reflections. If you want to add reflections, you can just select and a reflection is going to be added. At this moment. I don't need a reflection, I can just click out. You can play around with some all text. If you want to put in some descriptions as regards this very shape that you've added, you can do that. But this time I just want it to be plain like this. This is just about a single line. If you want to have other line, there are different types of lines. Like I said, let's try something like scribble. Scribble is very good because it allows you to move into, draw different shapes on your own freely. Let's try to draw something like a piece of cup, all right? Something like this. One thing notice is that as you're drawing Google drawings is helping you to make the line perfect. Right now, it's drawing with the dotted line because you have it a dotted. The default, we can change the type of line from here, come over here and see normal line not dotted. So you can see our cup is coming out. Then you can see it's to maintaining the red sign, we can still use the scrabble and just draw the other section of the cup here. Once you reach the end, you can see now we are beginning to have something like a cup or a jog or something like that. Then we can have the handle, something like this, to serve as our handle. You can see we now have something like this as our handle. But then I don't want to have the edges. Okay. The arrow edges, because we are drawing them in the form of arrow. We can remove it and make it a plain line. Okay, no edge even at both ends. I can come back to the selector and then we can change everything. No arrowhead on this one. Also on this, it becomes a normal line. So you can click on this one as well and just change it. Normal arrowhead. Okay? It's now becoming fully clear. You can see now it's a cup. Okay, Another thing that we can add is we can add different kind of shapes. From here, we can change the color of any section of the cup. All you need is just select and change it And change it to any color. Let's make this blue. So you can see it's now becoming blue. If you want to add something like a ship inside this cup, you can add. You can come over here like in what slides sheets? You may have access to some of these shapes. You have access to different types of shapes. You can see from basic shapes of different types, you can see them. Then you can have different arrows, different callouts, and different equation signs if you're interested in objects. For now, let's say we pick in one of the shapes, let's say this circle. We put it inside here. All right. You can see now we have it. And we can change the field in the sarco. Change the field. You come over here, This is field. You can make it any color of your choice and you can make it transparent, even if you want, you can make it transparent down here. If you want it to be transparent, you can make it transparent. If you're interested, you can change the color. But when you have lines like this, you cannot create feel. You can only color the lines and you can only add shapes to it to fill up. Okay, we can add different things. You can have access to the same format for a shape. You can have access to the same features as well. You can change the color, and you can change the background, the highlighting color, and so on. And you can add links to this particular shape if you're interested, have this much options to play around with this very ship. Another way, another thing that you can add is you can add text. Okay, Over here you can add text box. You can click and you can write anything. This is a cop, okay? This is a cop. You can select and you can play around with this text with this much editing features. For example, you can change the color over here and you bold. You can utilize, you can underline and so on. You can play around with all of this. You can move, it, can drag, move it to any location. You can change the sizing. Also, if you are interested, you can make it bigger or smaller, or once you click out, it now becomes a cop. And again, you have the option to play with the formatting options over here. You can drop shadow if you want. You can see the cop is now glaring the text fitting. You can change all of these from here to left, right, center the padding. You can change all of those. Then you can play around with the reflection if you want to reflect. Also, you can add some reflections and play around with the intensity of the reflections as well. The distance you can move and increase the distance of the reflection and so on. This is about text. Once you click out, you have the option to as well insert a link, or you can change the alignment. You can align left, right, and center or the about. You can add different bullets or numbering as you saw Wish. And then this is about text over here. You can add different images to this. Okay? You can import image from your computer from a sage web or from drive photos or from a URL camera. You can import images from all of these features. Let's say I'm going to the sache, I want to search from the web, maybe a particular image of maybe something like a lion. And just hit Enter, and you can see different types of different images of lion. And I can just select on any call insert, and it's going to insert this into this very canvas. You can see it's been inserted. You're free to go ahead and play around with the sizing. You can make it smaller or bigger about depending and you can drag and drop it on an allocation of your choice. One thing to pay attention to is right now you can see this one is ahead of the line or the arrow that we have. If you want the arrow to come above it, you can select the arrow, You can cut it, and then you can pest, and that arrow becomes on top of this image that we've just added. If you want to send this arrow to the back of the image again, you can do the same thing in two methods, either cutting and pasting. Or you can come to right click and come to order. And you can say Central back or send backwards. And it's going to go one layer below. If you say Central back, it is going to go completely to the back. And you can see right now it's been sent to the back. So that's one of the beauty of Google drawings. You're free to move this around to the site. You can put anything by the side just to keep it. You can put it by decide whatever you are working on on this is what you're going to export into the canvas. Only this section will be visible when you export. Now, another thing I want to show you is that when you try to move the section of this cop, you see it moving section by section, okay? You can see it's not grouped, So you can undo this. Let's try to group this whole thing. And then it becomes one single cop. You can select this and you can select the second option. You can hold the shift key and select all of them. All of them including the circle inside. And then you right click and come over and say group. Okay, now it's now a single entity. When you click, you can now move all of them at the same time. So you can see with just one click, I've moved all of them. And if I'm to resize it, I'm going to resize it as a whole. Okay, Because it's been grouped. So you can see we can click on this and move it also here if you want to add it to the grouping, you can hold the shift key and select this. And now everything now becomes grouped. Okay? You can see now it's group. If you want to ungroup this, you have to make it step by step. You have to ungroup the first part, then second part of the about. This is now a compact, a complete cup with the description attached over here. You have a bunch of other options, like you can fit this to screen, or you can zoom in 100% or you can make it bigger or smaller. As you saw, this is 200% If you want to make it custom, you can use this also to zoom out. Okay, see, you can zoom in and out, or you can use the mouse. But the left click, the right click is zooming out, The left click is zooming in. You can see it's can now make it bigger or smaller. Asia, we are making it bigger. Now the last thing that I want to show you is the page set up. You can still change the pets page set up from the way we have it to maybe you can the escape. So it's now about to back to the co sign. You can come over to file and you can go to page setup over here. And here you can change the sizing manually. You can change the units from here, You can change it from inches to centimeters to points to pixels. You can change from here, you can use custom if you want. You can use white screen, 16 by 916 by 104 by three, depending if you want, you can go to custom and you can define your own accordingly and apply the okay. And most importantly, you can collaborate with people on Google drawings if you want to work with people. So all you need is just to click on Share over here. And you can invite people to work with them on this particular drawings that you're working on. Once you click on Share, you can invite someone, for example Epic mean to ship the I, let's say we have this and you can notify him. And then you can send a message. You can give the permission to this, whether it's going to be a comment or an editor. You say, let's say we have it as an editor. And once you send this or you can copy the link and share with him directly. So you send this and you'll be notified that he's being invited to come over and contribute in this Google drawings project. Okay, so over here you have this plus site, add comments as well. Using this, you can generate comments. And when you use the ad sign, you can call out somebody, maybe Epic Mentorship. At Epic Mentorship, you can say Epic Mentorship. Please recall this drawing. Okay, once you hit on this, it's been assigned to Epic mentorship and you'll be notified that there's a comment on its name to carry out a given task within this platform. The last thing is you can export your drawings. Whenever you're done, you can come over here and export the drawing directly or download it. You can download PDF in Pec or in PHD PNG. When you download in Jpeg, that's when you have it with transparent background on PNG, that's when you have it with transparent background. But when you download with Pec, it's going to be pure white color. Let's give it a try with PNG, it's going to download it on PNG and you can see it in PNG over here. Once you click, you can copy this. You can see it with the plain background. Let's try something like, let's pest it on my Microsoft Powerpoint over here. Say we select this and we passed it here. You can see right now you can see the size actually is small. And you can see it's very clear, but it's transparent background. Even when you try to change the color, you will notice that it is still with transparent background. You can see it is still with a transparent background. You can move it across and it's going to give you a transparent image. Okay, that's the power of the Google drawings. Alternatively, if you export or if you download in PNG or in Jpeg, that's when you have it with a plain or white background. Let's say we select this, and then when we come back to the same Powerpoint and pass this, it's going to carry a white background. And you can see even from the way it is being interpolated in this one. So you can see it carries a background. Okay, so ladies and gentlemen, this is just a bit about how to use Google drawings. I hope you enjoy this video. Thanks for watching and I look forward to seeing you in the next class. By. 26. Conclusion + Project: So this brings us to the end of this course on Google work space applications. We've talked about the top 20 applications that you can use to enhance your work. To bring about more productivity and more collaboration. It's very easy, you can have access to all of this. One thing I need to warn you about is that this is a hands on thing. You have to get your hands stated, you have to learn it on your own, experiment it on your own, and see how you can bring the application closer to you so that you can master it and become an expert in them. So I challenge you to keep exploring, to keep learning, because learning is a continuous journey. And if you have any kind of challenge or any you need any kind of support, please feel free. I'm just a click away. You can reach out to me and I'll provide the support for you. So I want to sincerely appreciate you for staying up up to this point, from the beginning to this point. And I'm sure you have learned one or two things that you can apply to your business, to your academic work, or to your own professional life as a project. I'd like to give you a bit of a challenge. Just pick up any kind of topic and I want you to design a simple Google meet meeting. Okay, Connected to your Google calendar. And see how you can write maybe some agenda to it. And then try to conduct the meeting through the meeting. Try to see how you can invite one of your friends or team members and then have the meeting together. And then maybe through the meeting, you can use Google Slides to design a very simple slide and see how you can present it through the meeting and share your screen and see how you can deliver a simple presentation. All I want you to do is just to report your experience in this platform, whether you find it useful, whether you are able to conduct the meeting or not. So keep learning. Stay inspired, and keep exploring the incredible potential of Google Workspace. And I will see you in my next course, because I'm launching one pretty soon. So goodbye and see you around.