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Get Googly With Google
Today’s workplace is ever changing. With more people working from various locations and different time zones, collaboration needs to be flexible and on-demand. Google Drive and its office productivity applications support both real-time and asynchronous collaboration. In this hands-on workshop, learners will learn the capability of Google Drive and its productivity applications and work within the Google Apps environment.
To ensure success in this course, learners should:
- Be able to login to their Google account and access Google Plus
- Bring a mobile device (or laptop) to class
- Have Google Hangouts installed on their device
This class is designed for people in a variety of roles and fields who want to learn how to use Google's web-based applications for business and personal use.
Learners should have a working knowledge using a browser to navigate the internet.
- Work with folders and files in Google Drive
- Create, edit, save, download, share and collaborate in Google Docs
- Use Google calendar
- Use Google Hangouts
Adding a contact
Editing a contact
Saving a contact
Creating a file from a template
- Collaborating in Docs
Starting a Hangout
Joining a Hangout
Scheduling a Hangout
- Hangouts vs Hangouts On Air
Files shared with me
Creating an entry
Editing an entry
Creating a recurring entry
Adding guests to an entry
Adding reminders to an entry
Creating a new calendar
Sharing a calendar
Using Google Drive and Productivity Apps
In this class, learners will learn the capability of Google Drive and its productivity applications and work within the Google Apps environment.
This class is designed for learners in a variety of roles and fields who have a basic knowledge of office-productivity applications and who want to be able to use Google Apps to create, manage, store, and share various types of files for personal or professional use.
This course is also designed for IT professionals who need familiarity with the Google Apps end-user environment to be effective as Google Cloud Services systems administrators or solutions developers in their organizations.
Novices to PowerUsers
Learners should have end-user level skills with Microsoft Windows and any standard web browser. Best results are achieved by learners with prior experience with standard office productivity applications such as the Microsoft Office.
- Navigate Google Apps
- Communicate Using Gmail
Storing Documents Using Google Drive
- Add Folders and Files
- Manage Folders and Files
Collaborating Using Google Docs, Slides, and Drawings
- Collaborate Using Google Docs
- Collaborate Using Google Slides
- Collaborate Using Google Drawings
Collaborating Using Google Sheets and Forms
- Collaborate Using Google Sheets
- Collaborate Using Google Forms
Communicating Using Google Hangouts
- Communicate Using Hangout Conversations
- Communicate Using Hangout Video Calls
Managing Schedules Using Google Calendar
- Create Events
- Customize Your Calendar
- Create an Additional Calendar
- Manage Tasks
- Create a Google Site
- Edit a Google Site
- Manage a Google Site
At your earliest convenience
Delivery Options and Class Capacity
Classroom, seminar/demo, e-learning, live online
Your place of business
Follow Up Support
Technical helpdesk support (forum, video and onsite) is available upon request