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Try these Google tools to help along with your 2022 New Year’s resolutions

By Liu Hongzuo - on 3 Jan 2022, 3:20pm

Try these Google tools to help along with your 2022 New Year’s resolutions

A new you in a new year is only true if you make an effort to improve. While it’s easy to come up with resolutions for the new year, here are some handy, lesser-known Google tools that can help you keep them.


Google Keep

Similar to Stickies app on Mac OS devices, Google Keep is a sticky-note tool that’s capable of syncing across your Google-connected devices - laptop, smartphone, tablet. This tool can also do voice note-taking, making it easier to stick (ha) to your plans for the year ahead. This tool also comes with timed reminders for shorter-term goals you might have.


Google AppSheet

Progress tracking doesn’t need to be boring. Google AppSheet lets you build a simple app for medium- to long-term goals, like working out, tracking your intake, expenditures, and other goals you might have for 2022. The best part? You do not need to know coding to build an AppSheet app. Here are some examples of workout tracking and journaling to get you started. 


Tasks across Google Workspace

If you’re looking for a to-do list specifically for work-related assignments and projects, yet want it to show up on every productivity app, there’s the Tasks feature available in Google Workspace. Tasks cuts across Google’s Gmail, Calendar, Drive, Docs, Sheets, and Slides, making it accessible and seamless no matter what you’re working on. Follow the instructions here to get started with using Tasks.

Source: Google (blog)

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