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If you take a lot of photos and wish that they were all together and safe so you never had to worry about them – Google Photos is truly the best option.
I wrote a book about Google Photos. It’s titled Mrs. Geek’s Guide to Google Photos. The subtitle is “Your lifetime of photos, effortless and free.” I keep thinking, if Google Photos is so effortless, why do I need a 100+ page book to teach how to use it?
I’ve come up with these 14 points as all you really need to know.
So many of us use Facebook all the time. We’ve just kind of jumped in and started posting and don’t understand the structure of the system. We think you’ll get more out of it if you do understand a bit. There are 4 distinct parts to Facebook.
We were guests on the YouTube show of Michael Daniels and The topic was Facebook Basics, and making a Facebook group. If you’ve ever wondered about making your own group, that’s exactly what we did as part of this video.
We’re updating the website all the time. There are nearly 1,000 articles, 500 videos, and 132 What Does this Button Do Episodes. How do you find what you want? Here are some tips on how to get to the best stuff!
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