Practical Ed Tech Tip of the Week – Create & Share Task Lists in Google Keep

Google Keep is a great app for creating to-do lists and reminders. Google Keep lets users share notes just like sharing Google Documents. In that regard it’s great for keeping track of to-do lists in team projects. In the video embedded below I demonstrate how to use create and share notes in Google Keep.

Creating and sharing notes isn’t the only thing that students can do with Google Keep. In the Android version of Google Keep students can draw flowcharts and other diagrams. In all versions of Google Keep students can create and set reminders for themselves.

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