- Google Calendar makes time zones easy
- Google Photos will free up space on your phone with one click
- Blast from the Past: Live Streaming beginnings.
- Google Photos Live Q&A
- Mar 20 2022 Episode 231: Hodgepodge of Tech Tips (some really good stuff here!)
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What’s coming up – Our Calendar April 2022
- Apr 3, 2pm ET- Episode 232 of What Does This Button Do?
- Apr 3, 3pm ET Backstage Pass for Members Only Zoom meeting
- Apr 4, 12 Noon ET- Tech for Senior Chris is their guest on Zoom this week presenting How to take better smartphone photos. Visit their YouTube Channel
- Apr 24, 2pm ET- Episode 233 of What Does This Button Do?
- Apr 24, 3pm ET Backstage Pass for Members Only Zoom meeting
- Apr 27, 4pm ET Glendora Seniors Computer Club “Introduction to Google Photos” on Zoom
- We’re in Italy for the month of May. Anytime we have the bandwidth and ambition, we will go live on short notice.
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Google Calendar gives us the easiest way to tell time across multiple time zones.
Google Photos: How to free up space on your phone with a single click.
If you take a lot of photos and your phone is getting full, you may one day see a message that there is not enough free storage to take any more photos.
Google Photos has a one-click “Free Up Space” command that will delete all photos and videos from your device if they have been backed up to Google Photos in the cloud.
Learn the right way to free up space on your phone, without losing any photos.
Blast from the Past: We started live-streaming in 2014. We were crazy.
Chris answers over 30 questions in this one hour, Live, Q&A. In Youtube, below the video you will see direct links to each question.Google Photos – Ask Chris Anything
Sending a link as you suggested worked like a charm! Thank you!
I also want to thank you for the great job you and your husband do! You are so clear with your instructions, and your website is so user-friendly. I always know that if I need help with Google, this is the place to go!
Jim & Chris,
I can’t tell you how MUCH I appreciate the tip about removing backgrounds. I have been an active photographer all my life and have always wanted a way to easily remove the background from a photo without removing it pixel by pixel.
This is probably the best photography tip I have ever gotten and I have taken many photography classes.
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