Good news! When someone sends you a JPEG image through Gmail, you will now be able to save that image to Google Photos. Previously, you had to download the images and then manually upload them to Google Photos. At this time, this will only work with JPEG images.
The feature is shown below, with our very own, "Jeannie", who didn't mind being our model.
You’ll find the new “Save to Photos” button next to the “Download” and “Add to Drive” buttons when you hover over or click on the attachment.
And since organization skills are something that many of us need to work on, saving straight to Google Photos makes it easier for me to find the images I need when I need them. Google Photos is especially useful if I want to edit photos and share albums with others like those I create when...
Hi everyone, I wanted to highlight this useful free tool created by our partner GAT Labs that my team and I have been using. It has worked really well for us and hopefully you’ll find it useful for your team too.
As many of us work from home, it can feel like we are in more meetings than we ever were at the office. Pleasantries can extend to 10min in every meeting, then when you get to the discussion topic, someone derails the meeting by bringing up a side topic that is important but not always pertinent to the discussion. You find yourself wishing no one had anything to share just so you can get out of the meeting faster and back to doing your work so you don’t have to work past 5pm again.
Whether you’re an owner or employee, TIM - an Online Meetings Timer, may be the helpful tool you’ve been looking for to manage your meeting time better.
TIM is a free Chrome Extension that you can add to your Chrome browser to...