Google recently added a new feature to their webmail system that allows you to easily create calendar events based on the contents of e-mail messages. Here is a brief video showing how this feature works: Note: For more information please check out Googles own documentation.
Two of the biggest frustrations I used to have when working in my Colby Apps E-mail were: Difficulty finding e-mails I needed to reference Having to take my hands off my keyboard to use my mouse to do things like click “Send” or “Inbox”. Today I’m going to discuss ways to help prevent these frustrations.
Most of us are used to seeing e-mail messages in our inbox show in reverse chronological order with the newest at the top. But did you know that you can change how your messages appear in your Colby Apps E-mail inbox such that you might be able to increase your productivity?
Formatting a bibliography with hanging indents in WordPress isn’t quite as straight forward as it is in some word processors like Microsoft Word, but it isn’t very hard either. Here is a video tutorial showing two techniques for formatting your bibliography in WordPress to have hanging indents.
Creating Contact Groups in your Colby Apps E-mail can save you a lot of time when it comes to sending e-mails to large groups of people, but did you know that you can also use these same Contact Groups to streamline processes like sharing Colby Apps Documents or inviting people to a Colby Apps Calendar...
NEW! You can now stop the merge in the middle of processing by typing the word “stop” into the “Merge Status” column for any row that hasn’t yet been processed. When the script reaches that row it will see the word “stop” and stop the merge. This is helpful if you notice a mistake...
Organizing your e-mails can be a daunting task, especially if you receive several hundred e-mails a day. Colby Apps E-mail has a tool called “Filters” that is designed to automate part of this process.
Have you ever wanted to see the different changes made to a document in your Google Drive? Maybe you shared a document and you want to see the changes made by others. Here is a short video on a feature of Google Docs called “Revision History”.