Saturday Suite Tip: There's Power in Photos
Google photos is available on most devices with Android usually getting the latest updates a little quicker than iOS (iPads & iPhones). Many Android phones come with Google Photos built in so there is not need to download the app, however if you're using an older phone or don't currently have access to Google Photos on your phone you can download it here for Android and here for iOS
Google photos is a place to store your photos in the cloud and is attached to your Google account. Photos are stored at reasonably high resolution so unless you're a professional photographer and require original files that are very high resolution you shouldn't have any issues getting all your photos stored in the cloud.
Working with Text, Business Cards, Landmarks and Books
- Get notes in digital form quickly don't worry about losing paper
- Add details to a calendar event just by taking a photo
- Save brainstorms/lists and collaborative writing digitally to edit later
- Quickly get parents details on open evenings
- Enter student details into your contact database for ease of grouping and sharing of information
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- Enter the email addresses of the people you want to share with and they'll have access to the photos
- Add them to an album and give that album a useful name (you don't have to name the album but it makes it easier to find later).
- Get a shareable link for the album and share this however you want
- You can even share directly with social media accounts