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If you want to learn more about Google's Top Contributor Program watch the Gmail and Chrome Community Managers talk about it in a session where also two of our Top Contributors talked about their experience in the program. Don't miss it! If you are interested in joining, simply fill the interest form here: goo.gl/MUqLCZ or contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
See the Top 5 Tech Tools to Take Control of Your Classroom! http://teachers.tech/top-5-classroom-tech-tools-2017/ This Gmail video tutorial is on how to create a group. Creating a group in Gmail will save you time in your emails and in many other Google Apps. Teachers can use Gmail groups to quickly share Google Drive folders, Files, or inviting students in Google Classroom. Video software I use (ScreenFlow) http://bit.ly/29uJvdp For other videos and articles check out http://teachers.tech Follow me on twitter: https://twitter.com/Teachers_Tech Find me on Facebook: http://bit.ly/teacherstechfb Also on Google Plus: http://bit.ly/teacherstechgp What other videos would you like to see? Please leave a comment.
Team Drive is your team's solution for file management. Check out the Support article here: https://support.google.com/drive/answer/7286514?visit_id=1-636263187074020987-2771759162&rd=1 In this episode, Jimmy and Jenny walk through how Team Drive is different from your person Drive. It's easy to add members to a Team Drive and change permissions to those who have Full, Edit, Comment, and View access. G Suite Administrators also have more control on what content gets uploaded, shared, and deleted. To check out the full list of sharing permissions, check out the Help Center article here: https://support.google.com/a/answer/60781 No more missing files when a team member leaves. Also, when someone joins, all of the existing content lives in one shared Drive. You can also add outside members to the a particular Team Drive if you are working on a project together. Keep in mind your company either needs to allow this for all employees. Want to take full advantage of the existing The G Suite Show video library? Check out the following resources: - Check out our searchable library: https://goo.gl/SK6ENo - Ask access to our Google Drive: https://goo.gl/MGJ2Dv. You’ll have access to all scripts and videos in mp4 format, so you can create your own training resources!
This is your chance to chat directly with the Android team and get your questions answered. Engineers and leaders from across Android teams will be onstage, eager to hear your innermost quandaries. Watch more Android sessions from I/O '18 here → https://goo.gl/R9L42F See all the sessions from Google I/O '18 here → https://goo.gl/q1Tr8x Subscribe to the Android Developers channel → http://goo.gl/GEh1ds #io18
In this day and age, all sites should be using HTTPS to protect their users’ privacy and security. Fortunately, Chrome is here to help you deploy HTTPS correctly. In this session we’ll cover new developer tools that will help you roll out HTTPS without a hiccup. Emily is a software engineer on the Google Chrome security team, where she focuses on efforts to make TLS/SSL more usable and secure. Previously, she was a core developer at Meteor Development Group, where she worked on web framework security and internal infrastructure, and a graduate student researching client-side cryptography in web browsers. Emily has a master's degree from MIT and a bachelor's degree from Stanford, both in computer science. Watch more talks from Chrome Dev Summit 2015: https://goo.gl/e4c7vD Subscribe to the Chrome Developers channel at: https://goo.gl/OUF4e2
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We spend a lot of time at work, and work is not always fulfilling or inspiring. Since Google’s founding in 1998, the company has experimented several culture and management initiatives. Many of these ideas and practices had a very positive impact on employee’s happiness at work and on overall productivity. The re:work team and the website g.co/rework were created with the aim of sharing with organizations some best practices that have worked at Google. In this episode, Jenny and James walk us through their website. The re:work site is structured in critical subjects that have a direct impact on our workplace (eg: hiring, management). Under each subject, we’ll find guides, tools and insights for addressing common challenges. You can also check out the re:Work official blog and read inspiring case studies of organizations using data to make work better. In this episode Jenny analyses the case of managers who are looking for a better way to hire their employees. She navigates us through several guides that help managers make better hiring decisions through job descriptions, structured interviewing or hiring committees. If we select the “Use Structured Interviewing”, under the “Guide” tab, we’ll find the main interview components used by Google managers when they interview candidates, which ensure a consistent experience across candidates. The re:Work team has also assembled proven practices for growing great managers. One thing that Google is serious about is data. Several times a year Google collects feedback from employees about their role and their teams, and one of these surveys is the “Manager Feedback Survey”. As James shows us, this survey is available in the re:Work website : go to the “Guides” tab and select the “Managers” box. Then select the “Give feedback to managers” guide. You’ll find the survey in this rubric in a Google form. Feel free to customize it as your own and apply it to your company! Finally, don’t hesitate to send feedback to our re:Work team. Fill out the “Contact us” form in the site and tell the team what you’ve tried, loved, and didn’t love as much. And if you use the social media, you can also use the hashtag “#makeworkbetter” if you’re sharing your own data-driven successes!