Google Keep – Take Quick Notes and Find Time

Google Keep is a list-making and note-taking application that we’ve written about in the past here on The Time Finder. I wanted to highlight it again here, because Google Keep has added some new features while continuing to maintain its place in the note-taking world. Where’s that place? Well, I’d say it’s smack dab between 

Google Tips to Power Your Productivity and Find Time

Google started as a search engine. Remember? As its use increased, it morphed from a noun to a verb, eventually becoming a synonym for the act of searching, as in “I’ll Google that!” Now Google is everywhere 

Google Keep Adds Color for Better Organization

Google Keep is a flexible and very Google-friendly note-taking app. (And it’s especially helpful at this time of year, if you’re making a list – and checking it twice!) We spotlighted Google Keep here in the blog in a post titled “Time-Saving Tip: Try Google Keep to Find Time!” and 

Google Hummingbird, Your SEO and Your Time

Google Hummingbird, Google’s new search algorithm, launched recently to almost no fanfare. This was striking, after the malaise and angst unleashed by the releases of Google Penguin, Google Panda, and all the different updates to each. 

Google Keep Adds Reminders to Help You Stay on Track and Find Time

Google Keep is a note taking application that has added Reminders (based on time and/or location) to its capabilities.  This is a nice enhancement that keeps Google Keep in the running with note-taking applications like Evernote (which also added Reminders to its tools fairly recently). 

Time-Saving Tech Tools This Cyber Monday to Find Time

Time-saving tech tools streamline your on-line work.  The trick is to find the ones that suit your work style, and then use them enough that they become part of your flow. It’s important, too, to not get so caught up in using the latest and greatest time-saving tool that you are constantly tweaking and 

Time-Saving Tip: Try Google Keep to Find Time!

Time-saving tools are always helpful, and the simpler they are, the better they are.  That’s why I was intrigued to read about this free Chrome extension for jotting quick notes. It’s called Google Keep and it’s very easy to install and use.  Once set-up, this