Google Calendar & Google Slides Skills assessments would greatly complement the existing Google Docs & Google Sheets assessments & the upcoming Gmail assessment(s) - these 5 are the most common Google Apps used in our setting & having skills assessments to go with the trainings would be very beneficial.
Is anybody looking for an Atomic Learning Android app, or does accessing the site through your browser work well enough? If you are looking for an app, how would you like it to be different or the same as our site?
Would like to have training in understanding and making the most of the data in Google Analytics.
2 customers have requested the development of a skills Assessment for The Google Drive Training Series
Gmail looks very different on an ipad than it does on a computer, and how it handles and prints items is not as intuitive. Could there be a series on Google for ipads?
Within your Google Extension series, I feel strongly that you should include information regarding the risks that a person takes when installing and enabling some of the extensions that grant complete access to all the data on your computer, including banking information, passwords, search history and so many other things. If you need more information about the hazards, I can direct you to many articles written on this ...more »
Google recently changed their "Sheets" (spreadsheets) so that one spreadsheet document will accept two different Google Form submissions (on separate sheets). I've used this feature with formulas to document student growth (pre and post assessments are entered via Google Forms). It is tricky (especially figuring out the formulas) and a course on this would be invaluable to teachers. We need to show growth, and learning ...more »
"Appointment Slots" didn't come up in any searches. This should be included in Google Calendar training. It has many uses, such as for advisors to schedule appointments with advisees, for trainers to schedule one-on-one coaching, for faculty to schedule open office hours, and more. It would be nice to show both ends--how the user creates and shares appointment slots, as well as how people can select and claim a slot.