Gmail announces Inbox, g(Math) for Forms and more


This covers the contents/resources/articles/news shared by our Google+ community members from October 20 until 26, 2014.

An inbox that works for you - gmailblog.blogspot.com

The team that made Gmail is bringing something new. It’s called Inbox. Though developed by the same people,it’s not Gmail: it’s a completely different type of inbox, designed to focus on what really matters.

Request your invitation to inbox http://www.google.com/inbox/ h/t +Dan Taylor

Google for Education Devices Pilot Guide [PUBLIC] - docs.google.com

From A to Z: Everything you need to know to successfully deploy Google devices in your school. Learn from schools who are currently using #GAFE, Chromebooks, and tablets and get started on the right foot with this updated guide.

g(Math) for Forms - chrome.google.com

Did you ever wish that your Google Forms had an equation editor? Now it does!! g(Math) for Forms is part of the Google Forms Add-on official launch today. g(Math) for Forms can create math expressions, graphs, and statistical displays and insert them directly into your Form! Check it out at: http://goo.gl/6AWTX8

You can also find the help page at: http://www.gmath.guru/gmath-for-forms
and the Video tutorial at: http://www.gmath.guru/gmath-for-forms/#/gmath-for-forms-tutorial-video/

Posted by +John McGowan 


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