Category: Google Apps Tips
The other day I got a question from a G Suite users, regarding how to keep the comments when making a copy of the G Suite Doc. It went a step further, the user wanted to just keep some comments.
You might not be aware of this or just don’t think about it, if you use your Gmail account, on the web, iOS or Android, Google collects a lot of data from you.
I’m working a lot with G Suite, I trying to keep up to date on what new features are added, I do miss some from time to time. While working I discovered a few features that probably slipped my mind. I like to share them with you and actually myself because they are very useful.
Today I’m covering the topic of how to use Google Docs app on an Android mobile phone to efficiently write an article for my site regardless of where I’m and whenever the inspiration comes on.
What if I say that everything IT do about passwords are wrong! It does not matter how secure you make a user’s password initially, the user will eventually choose their own password.
Enable a strong authentication for your G Suite gmail account and keep it safe from hackers and hijackers by adding an additional layer of security.
I’m a big fan of G Suite, using G Suite simplifies my need of using several services for my day to day business. I do not need to have an IT infrastructure, I just subscribe to one.
Google have over the years accumulated have been involved in many open source projects, there never been one place where you could visit to see an overview of all Google’s open source projects.
Are you using G Suite and WordPress, did you know that you can implement SAML with G Suite and set up single sign-on authentication with your WordPress site without introducing a third party service such as Okta or OneLogin.
Are you using Google Apps, do you feel like you really don’t know how to use it properly?