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Are you checking multiple inboxes daily? Stop wasting time! Combine your email accounts into a single inbox. We show you how for Gmail, Outlook, and Yahoo.
Google Forms is one of the best free web tools available to gather data. This Google Forms guide will give you everything you need to master essential form-building skills.
This free web app can turn any Microsoft Word document into an easy-to-visualize mind map.
Gmail offers a terrific feature for creating custom email signatures, and you can use it for all your email accounts. We show you how to set it up.
If you’re new to making task lists, then what you need is simplicity, not options. Simplify your objectives and get cracking on your goals with these apps first.
Microsoft is jumping on the fake news bandwagon, adding a “Fact Check” label to Bing. And you’ll soon see the fruits of these labors in Bing search results.
Duolingo might not be for everyone. There are plenty of other great (and completely free) services out there that may be a better fit.
Staying on top of email is tough! The key to inbox zero is automating as much of the process as you can. We’ll show you how to approach inbox zero in Gmail.
Firefox 57, arriving in November, changes the way that extensions work. All Firefox users should check their addon list to make sure you aren’t in for a nasty surprise when they stop working.
Your leadership soft skills can gain a lot from the right kind of technology. From essential checklists to understanding and executing your duties, these apps and guides have it all.
Autoplaying videos are the bane of the internet. You’ll be pleased to know Google are introducing a new feature that blocks those noisy videos.
Google Slides and its latest features offer you more chances than ever to create presentations that amaze your audience. Here are eight unique tips for professional presentations.
Regardless of how you search, you can always sharpen your skills further. And the best way to do that? Take this free Google course that goes at your own personal pace.
So, you have an unresponsive tab in Chrome. Keep reading to learn how to force close it when clicking on the X won’t do anything.
Sick of auto-playing videos on websites making a bunch of noise? Shut them up once and for all with these automatic muting Chrome and Firefox extensions.
Slack is moving from strength to strength. It has amassed 6 million users, and today, unveiled a new feature. Take a look!
Ever wished you could design, build, and share a form from Trello? Now, you can combine the productivity of Trello and the ease of JotForm with the help of a power-up.
It is no secret that you can get a university-level education for free on the internet. But where do you begin? How do you pick the right courses? It’s simpler than you think.
Microsoft Edge has a hidden menu with some extra settings. Here’s how to access it and tweak a few secret options.
The internet supplies a regular dose of “fails.” These places are all about genuine attempts that went horribly wrong.
Google has updated the Android YouTube app to provide HDR video to certain handsets. Find out which ones!
You can be a smart traveler with these budget travel tips. These five practical travel strategies will help you save money and explore more of the world at the same time.
Google Assistant is receiving a big update, making it more contextually aware. Here’s what you can expect from the app in the future.
Google is finally depreciating the aging Drive desktop app for both Windows and macOS. But have no fear, there is already a replacement. Let’s take a look.