Google Keep: Keeping Track of your "Sticky Notes"

Google Keep: Keeping Track of your "Sticky Notes"

R100.00 includes VAT

Keep is a less well known tool in the Google environment and it absolutely deserves to shine! Once you know what it can do you will start to use it and adopt it in so many different ways.

This course covers getting started in both the browser as well as on mobile. It showcases what each of these can do and how you can use them in your day to day tasks.

With Google Keep you can take notes, share task lists, create note labels, use across different tools, annotate on images, voice type notes on mobile and even convert text on images to editable text.

More about this course

Access custom video tutorials

Throughout the course you will be shown how to use these tools through video material. This includes

2 videos

16 minutes 14 seconds worth of content

GIFS to show further explanation

As you work through the course, you will be guided by various screenshot guides as well as GIFS to showcase the features being discussed. 

Course Certificate

At the end of the course, there is a quiz that you can complete. This is set up to help you check your knowledge and ensure you are truly a Google Keep Master. 

Once you complete the quiz with 80%, you will be issued a course certificate to showcase your newfound skills. 

What You Need to Complete the Course

Google Keep is a must know tool that you can use for shared shopping lists, work tasks and so much more. In order to complete this course you will need the following: 

  • An internet connection 
  • Google Account (this can be your Gmail account as you have access to Keep from there)
  • Device such as a laptop or a desktop 
  • A mobile device to practise on the go
  • An eagerness to learn and become a Google Keep Master

Refunds are available within 7 days of registering for a course only if 20% or less of the course has been completed.

Course Content

  • Why Google Keep?
  • Organising your Notes
  • Editing images and stickies
Keeping Notes
  • Notes at your Desk 
  • Your Notes on the Go
Are you a Google Keep Master?