Google makes some age related changes
Google recently launched a new age-based access setting to make it easier for domain admins to tailor experiences for their students and educators based on age when using Google services like YouTube, Photos and Maps.
Since September 1, 2021, students who are under 18 are seeing changes in their experience across Google products.
For example, after September 1, students designated as under 18 in K-12 domains can view YouTube content assigned by teachers, but they won’t be able to post videos, comment or live stream using their school Google account.Safer learning with Google for Education [29 June 2021]
If you used to get students to create videos and add them to YouTube you should still get students to create videos – but now they should add them to their Drive and share them with you.
Are you looking for a to-do list manager?
I find that a ‘proper’ to-do list manager really helps me to organise what I need to do and therefore reduces the stress associated with rushing or forgetting things.
My to-do list manager of choice is Todoist. It is great on the web and has a slick smartphone app as well. It integrates nicely with Gmail so that you can easily generate tasks from emails.
If you want to know more check out this post → An Educator’s Guide to Todoist.
Chrome tab management
I have (strong) opinions on font choice and the number of tabs a ‘normal’ person should have open in Chrome!
Basic actions on multiple tabs in Google Sheets
Now you can select multiple tabs in Google Sheets and perform basic actions on the selection (such as moving the tabs together, deleting, duplicating, copying, coloring, or hiding). I just thought some of you might like to know!
Read more here → Google Workspace Updates – Select multiple tabs in Google Sheets and perform basic actions on the selection [22 July 2021]