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What you'll learn:
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Get shortcuts for G Suite products such as Chrome Browser, Gmail, Calendar, and Drive.
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Simplify processes with a diagram. Summarize concepts with a graph. Engage your audience through videos or animations. With Google Slides presentations, bring your ideas to life through professional and polished visuals—no software required.
Learn how to prepare for, hold, and follow up after team meetings by using G Suite tools such as Calendar and Drive together.
Create and give outstanding presentations by adding visuals, Q&A, speaker notes, and more.
Organizations need to train and onboard new team members effectively. Use G Suite to create a simple way for employees to orient themselves on your projects and become productive fast.
Whether you need a name for a new product or a different place for lunch, G Suite makes it easy to share ideas, get feedback fast, and collaborate with your team.
Reduce printing expenses and share more easily by moving your organization's tasks and processes online.
Keep track of your daily to-do list, organize multiple lists, and track important deadlines with Google Tasks.
Get ideas for solving common business challenges with Google Apps Script.
Use G Suite solutions to collaborate with people.
- Add and edit images
- Create document templates
- Add flowcharts and diagrams to files
- Insert and edit charts
- Present during a video meeting
- Share content with multiple people
- Email collaborators
- Mark a shared file as final
- Restrict sharing options on Drive files
- Set an expiration date for file access
- Transfer ownership of a file
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