Moving to G Suite is like going on a rollercoaster, most people feel anxious on the lead up. There’s ‘oh yeah’ moments, there’s ‘oh no’ moments. But, there's also that sigh of relief when the ride finishes and you think 'I did it and it is absolutely awesome!'. Here are some tips to make sure your G Suite project is a success... "I don't need training, I have Gmail at home". Train your users no matter what. A lot of your colleagues will already have a personal Gmail account.
CloudShed began as a G Suite (Google Apps) training provider. Back in 2012, like everybody, we lived and breathed Microsoft BUT Google swooped in with a Cloud way of working and won our attention. G Suite is built in the Cloud which is what we love about it. It’s built to be collaborative, easily accessible and more importantly - it’s secure. However, a few years later Microsoft extended their tools into Cloud working with Office 365, where (like G Suite) you can collaborate
You can now quickly and easily insert checkboxes into your Google Sheets! Go to Insert and you will see Checkbox in the list... And they will appear - simple! #gsuite #googlesheets #tipoftheweek #gsuitetraining #training
1. You don't know, what you don't know We can spend a lot of money deploying a new application to our businesses, and applications like G Suite offer so much more than just Mail & Calendar, but will your users know this? Would they go searching for Drive, Google Keep, Google Sites, Google Meet? Training can help you exploit the full apps suite and get that value for money, by helping users see the benefits you were sold when you bought the product e.g. COLLABORATION. We const
Google Sheets can get some bad press, but in the last 2 years it has just got better and better. We love Google Sheets and here is a few reasons why... 1. Explore In the bottom right of your Google Sheet there is the 'Explore' button You can ask if questions about your data, or even get it to create charts using your data. 2. Notification rules You might have a spreadsheet that is really important to you, so important, that if someone makes a change to it, you need to know. G