What is Google Keep?
Google Keep is an online place to store notes and organize your thoughts. It’s great because it syncs with your Google Drive. It is also integrated with your Gmail account as well. You can find it by looking at the right toolbar when you are looking at your email.
What are the features of Google Keep?
There are many different features of Google Keep:
- Type plain text notes saved to Google Drive
- Record oice memos
- Add pictures to notes
- Draw notes
- Set reminders
How to Use Google Keep
If you had heard about Google Keep before but never investigated it (that was me), then stay tuned because in this short video I walk you through where to find it and how to use it. This free tool will get you organized and you can even collaborate on specific post-it notes. In the video Google Keep Notes Tutorial I show you how to make a new note and then I show you how to add a collaborator to a note.
As an example, I pretend I’m collaborating with an OT to co-treat in a classroom. I used to do that every week five years ago when I was in-person. “Jessica,” the OT, and I planned a book/activity and a craft each day (we entered the bilingual intensive kindergarten four days a week). If only I had known about this tool before because we could have been more efficient in our planning. Anyway, I end the video with how to set up reminders on your notes in Google Keep. ⭐️ Here’s your gold star because you will earn it once you start using Google Keep. The video is 3 minutes long and it will change your life (potentially). And I even added background music to this video 🤗