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Learn how to use a Google Sheet to track product prices on Amazon shopping websites and get email alerts when the prices go down or up.
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Want to read faster and better? Switch to Lexend, a free font from Google that can significantly improve your reading speed without losing comprehension.
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Learn how to make photo slideshows for Instagram with Google Slides. You can showcase product demos, how-to guides and even use slideshows for visual storytelling.
With Creator Studio, you can easily convert your Google Slides presentations into a video file with audio and upload to YouTube. You can also export slides as animated GIF images.
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How to create multiple copies of the same email draft in Gmail. The duplicate emails will copy the message body and attachments too from the original message.
Schedule and send Google Spreadsheets on a recurring schedule. Email Google Sheets as PDF, CSV or Microsoft Excel formats on daily, weekly, monthly or yearly schedules.
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Learn how to use Google Forms as a time tracking app for studies and analyze how much time you spend on each subject. You can also analyze the study pattern with charts inside Google Sheets.
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Learn how to sell digital products like PDF ebooks, photos, music, videos and other digitally downloadable files through Google Drive and PayPal. Customers can buy your product through 1-step checkout and the files are delivered to them by email.
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The most useful tools that every programmer should know and use. These tools are essential to every coding working and also increase productivity.