Google Apps Vault Added to All GAFE Accounts, Cool Chrome App for Screen Casts, Turn Your Mobile Device Into a Microscope and More


Great resource links, tips, news, and updates shared by our Google+ community members from January 26 to February 1, 2015.


As of January 28, 2015, all new Google Apps for Education customers will receive Vault as part of their Google Apps for Education suite. Existing Google Apps for Education customers who do not already have Vault enabled will now see it added to their account (note: these customers will first have to set up retention policies for archiving to begin). Existing Google Apps for Education customers who already have Vault enabled will not see any changes. Shared by +James Sayer 

Easily remove a file or folder from a particular location in Drive - plus.google.com

h/t +Nathan Kellogg 




A new look for the Google Apps Admin console - googleappsupdates.blogspot.com

Some good looking design changes to the Admin Console especially the new add user button! - +James Sayer 

The Bubble Mirror Chrome App - plus.google.com

Have you ever wanted to include your face while recording a screencast session on your Chromebook? If so, let us introduce you to the Bubble Mirror Chrome App for Chrome OS Dev Channel. h/t +Dan Sitter 


Using your camera app and a $1 Foldoscope from http://www.foldscope.com/, turn your mobile device into a microscope that allows you to do microphotography and microvideography (and can be Chromecasted/screencasted to another device for an audience/class).


Latest Android and iOS updates for Docs, Sheets and Slides make it easier to get things done while you’re on the go.  

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