It has been a few weeks since my last post about Google Keep, and I have to say it continues to be a go-to app for me. If you haven’t tried it out, I truly encourage you to do so.
The thing I like is its simplicity.
I have added it as a pinned tab in my Chrome browser that opens up automatically when I open Chrome each day so that it is always a tab away. That way when something pops into my head I can write it down quickly before the thought escapes me…(the number of seconds is getting less and less these days).
Here are some examples of types of lists, as well as some of the labels (categories) that I am using:
|Samples of lists:||Samples of Labels (Categories)|
I have another list of some of the features that make it even more effective now that I’ve been using it for a few weeks too. Try some of these out and let me know if you agree.
This video demonstrates how you can use the iOS Google Keep App to speak into your phone and have your voice transcribed into your note. It will also add an audio file of what you said to the note.
If you find any other tricks please share them in the comments section.