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Google Keep: For Note Taking

Google Keep is online resource which is used for taking notes. This is quite a useful application since both students and teachers may use to write down small reminders or even class notes. Besides typed note, Keep also supports the use of images as notes. Another useful feature found in Google Keep is the ability to set reminders. What makes these reminders different than the typical reminders which rely on the time is that Keep offers an alternate reminder type where the user specifies at which location the reminder will pop up. What this means is that when the user arrives at his destination, Keep will inform him of the set reminder.

Since it is a Google product, Keep offers online syncing with your Google account. This means that a note taken using your phone will be available to all other devices which the user is signed in with. Besides the Google Keep website, Keep is also available as an App for Android and iOS which makes all the more accessible.

Link to site: https://keep.google.com

Link to Android App: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.google.android.keep&hl=en


One comment on “Google Keep: For Note Taking

  1. bernice1994
    November 20, 2014

    This tool is useful for everybody as all of us need a little reminder of our plans. My favourite feature of Google Keep is the one that you mentioned above. I am referring to the feature that the reminder relies on time and can even be linked to a certain location.

    I found this interesting link regarding how one can use Google Keep in classroom:

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