Do you need your customers to fill out a questionnaire or survey? You could sign up for one of the myriads of free survey tools out there, or better yet, consider using Google Forms if you already have a Google account (i.e. Gmail or Google Apps) and save yourself from having to create yet another account with a survey app. Here are the top 5 reasons to consider using the updated version of Google Forms, one of the least known tools within the Google Drive suite:
Gmail has changed the way a lot of small and medium businesses think about email. Instead of having headaches like they did with traditional POP email, Gmail users have gotten accustomed to having their email in sync across all their devices and years worth of storage. Most importantly, users have taken advantage of Google’s search prowess and simply search to find emails knowing they are but a simple query and a click away. There’s no more mass filing of email in folders and subfolders (like in Outlook) to know where to refer to emails. Gmail search just finds what you’re looking for quickly. Here are 5 reasons why we love Gmail search:
In the tablet market, there is one dominant player – the Apple iPad. It’s no wonder we run into clients trying to work with spreadsheets on an iPad. Sadly, it’s not obvious as to the best way to do this. As a Google Apps certified consultant, I’m always going to recommend a Google “app” to get the job done. In this case I would recommend using Google Drive or Quickoffice for Google Apps. Both apps are available on iTunes for free so take a minute to check them out. Here are the pros and cons of Google Drive and Quickoffice for Google Apps:
Google Drive is a cloud-based storage service that allows you to store all of your documents, photos, images, and videos in one place and then access this information from any location (i.e. your laptop, your office, on the go etc.).
Google Drive is currently available on PC, Mac, and Android devices and will be available soon for iPhone and iPad users (date TBA).