Keep - Always Within Reach
Google Keep is one of those simple apps that integrates into every part of your mobile and desktop life. This post is dedicated to showing you a few ways you can use Keep today.
4 Note Types
- Basic Note
- Checkoff List
1. Basic Note
Start typing to begin your note.
It is recommended you add a title to your note.
2. Checkoff List
Click the ice cream cone (three dots in the upper right corner) to open the menu.
With one click you can copy your note to a Google Doc. This is a great way to start brainstorming ideas and later move it all into a doc.
Take a picture with the app.
You can keep the image as is or use the ice cream cone menu to select Grab image text.
Google Keep is an app that is available to you and your students today.
Other useful feature not mentioned in this post:
set a time reminder
set a location reminder - this might be the most impressive type of reminder
organize your notes with labels
Create a note and share it with anyone. A nice way for students to give you some feedback.
Drawing (Android only)
Scroll down this page to find the information about this new feature.
Recent Lindbergh posts about Google Keep:
Google Keep: An Update
Google Keep - An Update from the PDC
Additional Google Keep Resources
Google Keep Help - the official help site from Google
4 Google Keep Tips and Tricks For Better Notes, Lists and To-Dos - from MakeUseOf
7 Reasons You Might Actually Want to Use Google Keep - a PC mag article