Free G Suite Training: Do You Think You Know Everything About Google?

G Suite Training: You probably think you know everything there is to know about its products . You should probably review, because there are a lot more tricks you can learn, and boost your daily productivity, with hints from the company itself.

If you do not have time for long articles, lectures and courses, we will try something different: the official instructor offered directly by Google with G Suite Training.

Training for G Suite is an extension of it which describes to you all the popular Google tools. It gives you all the training you need through the Google apps themselves.

Google has already a very well organized learning center for G Suite, but with this extension you will have an additional guide that will show you the company tools while you use them.
G Suite Training

The extension is designed for G Suite and covers the following applications: Gmail, Calendar, Drive, Docs, , Slides, Sites, Forms, Google+, and Groups. But it seems to work with all Google tools.

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Then follow these steps:

Log in to any of Google or refresh your browser if you are already signed in.
Go to the Google app you want to learn more about.
Make it on “G Suite Training” in the upper left part of the browser, and o it will start to explain you through the features of the app.

The lessons are interactive (with audio and video) and self-paced with on-screen instructions and that show you how each application works.

You can also use the search box to find help for a specific function.

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