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Cool Google Keep features

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Cool Google Keep features
By Paolo Amoroso • Issue #59 • View online
Google Keep is the Swiss army knife of my productivity.
It lets me store all sorts of links, lists, and bits of information. Oh, I use it also for taking notes.
On Chrome OS, I always have a Google Keep tab open I can quickly reach for looking up information or creating new cards. When I’m away from the desktop, I open the Google Keep app on Android when an interesting idea or thought pops up and I need to record it before it fades.
This issue includes an article presenting some cool Google Keep features. What do you use the app for?
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Google Sheets, Google Keep
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Ten Cool Google Keep features
Android apps
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Web apps
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