New Ways To Tune Your Work, Using Google Drawing To Create Vector Images and More



Great resource links, tips, news, and updates shared by our Google+ community members from April 13 - 19, 2015.

An effective way in drawing vector images using Google draw - www.youtube.com

Watch this tutorial to see how +Joshua Pomeroy makes striking portraits with #googledrawings


A few new ways to fine tune your work on the go with today's mobile updates. -plus.google.com

When you give others “can comment” access in Docs, any formatting or copy changes they make become suggestions that you can accept, reject, or comment on. Today’s update makes it possible for you to view and act on suggestions from your Android devices and iPhones/iPads, and brings tracked changes and comments to Word files, too.

Helpful tip, this will save you a lot of time. Thank you Google. -plus.google.com

Use Ctrl+Shift+v (PC) or command+shift+v (Mac) to match the formatting of your document when you paste from another source.




File transfer ownership - #GAfE organizations can definitely benefit from this. -plus.google.com

+Ben Rouse originally shared: "Well this looks useful to #GAfE organisations! I was looking around the admin panel when I spotted this. With the end of the school year fast approaching this could be very useful!"

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