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Google Workspace tips and tutorials

From its humble origins as a collection of cloud apps known as Gmail for Your Domain, Google’s office suite has greatly expanded and matured over the years. Rebranded multiple times as Google Apps, G Suite, and finally Google Workspace, it’s now a full-scope productivity and collaboration suite with subscription plans for organizations ranging from the smallest businesses through the largest enterprises.

If you’re new to Google Workspace or want to get more out of its apps, our collection of step-by-step tutorials can help.

Table of Contents

Google Workspace: Get started

Google Docs cheat sheet

How to use Google Docs to create, edit, and collaborate on documents online.

Google Sheets cheat sheet

How to use Google Sheets to create, work with, and collaborate on spreadsheets.

Google Slides cheat sheet

How to use Google Slides to create, collaborate on, and lead business presentations.

The business user’s guide to Gmail

Whether you’re new to Gmail or just want to make the most of its many layers, this in-depth guide will turn you into a Google email pro in no time.

How to use Google Drive for collaboration

Sharing Google Docs, Sheets, and Slides files makes it easy to collaborate with colleagues on documents, presentations, and spreadsheets. Here’s how.

Google Meet cheat sheet

Need to get up and running with Google’s online meeting app quickly? We’ve got you covered.

Google Forms cheat sheet

You can use Google Forms to create online surveys, quizzes, and feedback pages. Here’s how.

Google Keep cheat sheet

Get up and running with Google’s powerful note-taking app.

Google Tasks cheat sheet

Use Google Workspace’s built-in task manager to build to-do lists and get reminders about upcoming tasks.

The business user’s guide to Google Voice

Google Voice can add a whole new layer of power into your professional phone setup — once you figure out how to use it. Here’s help.

Google Workspace: Level up

How to use the new AI writing tool in Google Docs and Gmail

Help Me Write is a new generative AI writing tool built into Gmail and Google Docs. Here’s how to get the most out of it while avoiding its pitfalls.

New! How to use the new genAI template tool in Google Sheets

Help Me Organize, a generative AI tool in Google Sheets, can whip up templates for project schedules, budgets, charts, and more. Learn how to use it and write effective prompts for best results.

How to use smart chips in Google Docs and Sheets

Smart chips are interactive elements you embed in Google documents and spreadsheets. Learn about the different types of smart chips and how to use them for enhanced collaboration.

New! 4 advanced ‘smart chip’ tips for Google Docs and Sheets

Use these advanced tips to take smart chips to the next level.

New! How to use Google Sheets for project management

Google Sheets is great for calculations and data analysis, but it also offers several built-in tools for basic tracking of team projects.

New! Make your own business templates in Google Docs

Give your team a head start on business documents by creating a set of custom templates they can use over and over again.

Gmail for business: The best tips, time-savers, and advanced advice

Ready to become a certified Gmail master? This collection of expert Google knowledge has everything you need. Learn how to tame your inbox with labels, save time with templates, maximize collaboration in Gmail’s interface, and much more.

Google Docs: How to add charts, citations, and more

In Google Docs, you can easily enhance your documents with professional elements like a table of contents, a watermark, charts, and citations. We show you how.

Google Sheets: How to use dropdown lists

Embedding dropdown lists in a spreadsheet saves time and ensures accuracy. Here’s how to make the most of them in Google Sheets.

Google Sheets: How to use filters and slicers

Filters and slicers help you highlight key data in a spreadsheet by hiding less relevant data. Here’s how to make them work for you in Google Sheets.

Google Sheets: How to use pivot tables

Pivot tables let you parse raw spreadsheet data to display specific information in a concise, easy-to-digest format. Here’s how to use them in Google Sheets.

How Gmail filters can help organize your inbox

Automate your inbox and enhance your organization by taking full advantage of what Gmail filters have to offer.

Google Sheets: How to create an automatically updating spreadsheet

Tired of finding, copying, and pasting data into spreadsheets? With just a few lines of code, you can set up a self-updating spreadsheet in Google Sheets that fetches and stores data for you.

3 clever new tricks to turn Google Docs into a collaboration superhub

These out-of-sight options connect Docs to Gmail and Google Calendar and make all of those services infinitely more useful.

5 smart secrets for a better Google Tasks experience

If you aren’t yet using these Google Tasks power tools, good golly: You’re missing out.

9 handy hidden features in Google Docs on Android

Boost your mobile productivity with these power-packed, time-saving features in the Docs Android app.

14 handy hidden tricks for Google Calendar on Android

Upgrade your agenda with these tucked-away time-savers in the Android Calendar app.

25 top tips for Google Keep on Android

Turn Google’s note-taking app into a powerful mobile productivity tool with these easy-to-follow tips.

Google Workspace: More useful info

6 fast fixes for common Google Docs problems

Knock down distressing Docs issues in no time with these easy-to-implement, expert-approved solutions.

6 fast fixes for common Google Drive problems

Eliminate annoyances and say sayonara to storage struggles with these easy-to-implement, expert-approved solutions.

9 Chrome extensions that supercharge Google Drive

Add these extensions for Chrome to work faster and smarter with Google Drive and Google’s productivity apps, Docs, Sheets, and Slides.

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