Get the most out of Google Apps: Tips and Tricks for your users!
The following tips are available for @zomi.net email users. We are in the process of integrating more services using email@example.com. If you would like to sign up for a new e-mail account, please sign up here.
Five things you may not know you can do with attachments:
We know that if you're using Google Docs then you're familiar with the ease of no longer having to send attachments back and forth. However, many
still use attachments daily, so we've put together a few tips on how to
get the most out of Gmail and attachments:
1. Drag attachments in and out
In: Simply drag files from your desktop right into the message you're composing and they'll upload from there. (Make sure
you're using Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox 3.6 or Safari 5 for this to
Out: Simply drag the icon for a Gmail attachment to your
desktop. (Note that dragging attachments out is only supported in Google
Chrome for now.)
2. Select multiple attachments
Attaching multiple files one by one is no fun. Instead, just
multi-select the files you want to attach by holding down the Ctrl key
(or Command on a Mac) and clicking on each file you want to attach.
Holding down the shift key will select a continuous list of files.
3. Never forget an attachment again
Gmail looks for phrases in your email that suggest you meant to attach a file
(things like "I've attached" or "see attachment") and warns you if it
looks like you forgot to do so. Every day, this saves many people the
embarrassment of having to send a follow up email with the file actually
4. View attachments online
When you receive an attachment, sometimes you just want to view it and
there's no need to download or save it to your desktop. The Google Docs
viewer allows you to view .pdf, .ppt, .tiff, .doc and .docx files in
your browser. Just click the 'View' link at the bottom of the message.
5. Find that long-lost attachment
If you're looking for an attachment someone has sent to you, Gmail's advanced search operators can help you find what you're looking for quickly and accurately e.g. 'has:attachment pdf'.
|Gmail Tips and Tricks||Description for Users||Notes|
|Sorting Messages Using Keywords||Learn how to sort messages by sender, recipient, date, subject, or other keywords.
||This tip is the first in the series and welcomes the user to the Weekly Tips and Tricks. It also contains information on how to share a tip or trick
they might know and how to unsubscribe from the list.
|Using Keyboard Shortcuts|
|Learn how to create a strong password to use with Google Notifier, Google Talk and your mobile devices.
||This tip also includes information on how to change your password in GroupWise. If your organization does not use GroupWise, please delete
that section from the tip.
|Learn how easy it is to create simple filters to save time by automating repetitive steps like adding labels to certain messages that arrive in your Inbox.
||This tip walks the user through the steps necessary to create a simple filter to label messages from their manager when they arrive in their Inbox.
|Learn how to create a filter to mark messages on which you've been blind-copied.
||This tip walks the user through the steps on how to enable Personal Level Indicators and create a filter to labels messages to which they've been
|Learn how to enable and use Canned Responses and a filters to automatically mark priority messages as they arrive in your Inbox.
||This tip walks the user through the steps to enable and create canned responses to label certain priority message. It also informs them how to
automatically label messages containing the canned response as they
arrive in their Inbox. This tip is only effective if the entire
organization, or a team, decides to implement it.
|Learn a shortcut to view your Inbox while still composing or responding to a message in a new browser window.
||This tip informs the user how to open a new browser window to continue composing or responding to a message while providing access their Inbox.
|Learn how to quickly add labels to messages, or move messages to labels, just by dragging.
||This tip informs the user on how to drag labels and messages rather than using the "Move to" or "Labels" drop-down menus.
|Miss your nested folders? Learn how to recreate nested labels with this handy Gmail lab.
||This tip walks the user through the steps to turn on the Nested Labels lab and create their first nested labels.
|Learn how to drag and drop attachments onto your messages.
||This tip informs the user on how to drag attachments from their system to a message.
|Learn how to quickly drag images from your computer directly to your message.
||This tip informs the user on how to drag images from their system to a message using the Inserting Images lab. This feature currently only works with Google Chrome. The tip also provides a
link to the user on installing Google Chrome.
|Learn how to save searches you perform regularly so they're easy to run each time you need them.
||This tip informs the user on how to enable the Quick Links lab and then save a frequently used search as a quick link.
|Learn how to use Gmail Tasks to help you track your daily tasks.
||This tip informs the user how to use Gmail Tasks and provides them with a table of Gmail Tasks keyboard shortcuts.
|Learn how to enhance your Gmail signature with the new Rich Text Signature feature!
||This tip steps the user through the process of enhancing their Gmail signature by modifying the text and adding links and images.
|Description for Users||Notes|
|Defining Default Notifications||Learn how to define default notifications so you can be reminded of messages as you see fit.||This tip informs the user on how to access and modify their default event notifications.|
Ning Platform a ding in Chat Setting pen facebook a tawh akibang pian ding in hong upgrade ding cih kiza hi.
If you've looked at the Ning product roadmap recently, you've noticed that some Chat improvements are on the way. We've started to work on Chat, and wanted to share what we have in mind and get Network Creators an early chance to share their feedback.
The biggest changes we have planned are:
Here is today's Flash-based chat:
And here's what Chat might look like (click on the image to see it bigger):
There's a lot to process in looking at this new design, and there have been a ton of discussions on Creators about Chat. We want your feedback, though, about the overall design and functionality.
A few of big questions have come up that we want to pose to you:
We'd love your feedback on these issues, as we start to develop chat. Down the road, we'll get into more specific feature additions, but for now, I'd like to keep this discussion focused on the big design/behavior issues I've raised above.
Great News About zomi.net Zomi Mail users
Google Apps administrators can manually turn on Google+ for their organization. Once Google+ is turned on, users will need to sign up at google.com/+ to get started. For customers who use Google Apps for Business or the free version of Google Apps and who have chosen to automatically enable new services, Google+ will automatically become available to all of your users over the next several days.
Google Apps, Google Apps for Business, Government and Education*
Control Panel: All languages supported by the control panel
Google+: All languages supported by Google+
How to access what's new:
Follow these steps to roll out Google+ to your users.
Note: Google+ requires Picasa Web Albums for photo sharing and Google Talk for chat, so if these services are not enabled then Google+ will not automatically become available, even if your domain has chosen to automatically enable new services. The option to automatically enable new services is controlled in the Domain settings tab of the administrator control panel. More information about using Google+ with Google Apps is available in the Help Center.
*Education editions only: Google+ is available only for higher education institutions that are existing Google Apps for Education customers. If you don't see the Google+ service in your control panel (as described above), you'll need toapply for the service to have it added to your control panel.
For more information:
Help Center: http://www.google.com/support/a/bin/topic.py?hl=en&topic=1631857
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Guai a tam theithei in hanciam ciat ni. Resource centre pi i suah theih na ding in mimal khat in, member khat in nikhat in item nam 2 ta khah leng zong tampi hong phapah ding hi. Gtn. Video 2, Blog 2, Forum sung ah 2, Events 2 :), Photo 2 (a tawmpen) cih bang in hi leh laibu salpi hong suakpah ding hi. i zomi.net a picin theih na ding nang leh kei tung ah kinga hi. Hanciam ciat ni!
Tuni, October 28, 2011 dong pen hih dan hi phot lai hi.
I wanted to highlight two small, but important changes that we've added to the Ning platform this morning. Both changes make the experience of viewing photos on a Ning Network a much better experience, and more consistent with other social-networking and photo-sharing platforms.
Clicking on a photo now takes you to the next photo. So instead of forcing users to find the "Next" button and click on it, they can just click on the photo they're currently looking at to bring up the next photo.
Clicking on a photo used to open a new window containing the full-size version of the photo. Since most sites take users to the next photo when they click on a photo, your Ning Network will now behave much more like your members expect it to, and should increase page views.
Today, when your members click to see the previous or next photo, the entire page refreshes to show the new photo. Now, you have the option of enabling "Dynamic Photo Viewing," which allows your members to view the new photo without refreshing the page. Instead, the photo, title and meta information will change right on the page, without refreshing.
While this should make for a much better user experience, it has the potential to affect your Ning Network's page views. Therefore, this feature is off by default, and can be enabled by going to your dashboard, and then accessing the "Controls" page in the "Content" section (/main/content/controls). Click the box next to "Enable dynamic photo viewing."
We hope you enjoy these new features, and we'd love to hear your feedback!
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~@zomi.net email ID a nei khempeuh in a Zomi Mail ID leh Password tawh a nuai a Google product teng kizang thei ta hi.
~@zomi.net email a nei khempeuh in alias (automatic) in ID thak khat ngah thuah kawm pah hi. Gentehna na ID: firstname.lastname@example.org ahih leh email@example.com tawh zong mite in email hong khak theita ahi hi.
A nuai a Google product suite sung teng pen Zomi Mail ID & PW tawh kizang thei ta hi.
Google+ makes connecting on the web more like connecting in the real world, and it’s available for your Google Apps domain.
Choose what people find when they look for you on the web. Share what you’re about and how to reach you.
The Stream is where you’ll find a real-time feed of all the posts that your connections have shared with you.
You can use Google+ Pages to create an identity and presence on Google+ for your business, product, brand or organization.
Create Circles to organize your connections and share relevant content with the right people.
Hangouts let you meet and work together with up to 10 people over video chat, and you can share your screen or add a Google Doc.
Coordinating on the go can be difficult. Messenger brings conversations with multiple people together into one chat on your mobile.
Earn revenue from your website
Advertise your business on Google
Get email updates on the topics of your choice
Analyse website traffic
Publish your organisation's blog on the web
Complete online purchases more quickly and securely
Create a customised search experience on your website
DoubleClick for Advertisers
Manage, traffic, serve and review your online advertising
DoubleClick for Publishers
Manage your ad inventory
Explore the world from your computer
Analyse subscriptions to RSS feeds that you publish
Business info, news and interactive charts
Real-life sharing, rethought for the web
Create and participate in public discussion groups
Add news, games and more to your Google homepage
Share what you know
View maps and directions
Submit your products to Google
Gather and prioritise questions or opinions from a group of people
Search thousands of news stories
Meet new people and stay in touch with friends
Picasa Web Albums
Find, edit and share your photos
Claim or add your business on Google
Get all your blogs and news feeds quickly
Build 3D models quickly and easily
Get tools for translators to translate your pages and documents faster
User Managed Storage
Allow users to purchase additional storage for Google Docs and Picasa Web Albums
Voice (U.S. only)
Manage calls and voicemail more easily
Improve your site's visibility
Build effective websites
Watch, upload and share videos