How to Use the Internet

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In a world full of distractions, Google has developed their own take of a note-taking app, similar to Apple’s Reminders and Microsoft’s OneNote. Google Keep allows you to save your thoughts, wherever you are. The easy-to-use note-taking app allows you to add notes, lists, photos, and audio to keep. Google Keep combines features from both Apple’s Reminders and Microsoft’s OneNote; you can set a time-based reminder to make sure you never miss a thing and you can pull your list or photo wherever you are. Keep’s new innovative features allow you to quickly filter and search for notes by color and other attributes, while also allowing you to share your thoughts with family and friends. Keep has tapped into the market of reducing back-and-forth communication forcing you to get things done faster and together. 

While Keep may seem hard to navigate, in a few simple steps, you can stay up-to-date with anything you need to do. As demoed in our How to Use the Internet Series: How to Use Google Keep, here is your step by step process to getting started.

How to Use Google Keep 

Follow the steps below: 

  1. Open on your laptop. 
  2. To Create a List:
  1. Click the left-most icon in the middle bar of your page
  1. Name your list
  2. List your Items 
  3. Click “Close” to end the list
  1. To Take a Note: 
  1. Title the note 
  2. Start typing in the “Take a Note” section
  1. To Annotate an Image
  1. Upload the image
  2. Double tap the image to annotate
  1. To Share a Note: 
  1. Press the “Collaborator” icon
  2. Type their email

And there you have it! Know exactly how to stay up to date with your notes and thoughts and share them with friends and family. In just a few simple steps, you can stay connected faster than ever.

Want to learn more daily tips and lifeskills? Check out the rest of our How to Use the Internet Series. This Youtube series of short video demonstrations are designed to teach users various online skills through visual storytelling, like deleting your Facebook account, ordering groceries online, and more. 

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