For a long time, I’ve been a list-maker and a note-taker. You should see my desk. It can get littered with them pretty easily.
The worst is when I would take down some valuable details and then leave the paper sitting on my desk at school. I have literally driven to school late at night to retrieve notes I forgot there.
Thankfully, I don’t see as many of those midnight runs in my future. I have learned and embraced Google Keep, and it’s one of my favorite Google tools to keep my educator life and my personal life straight.
Google Keep is a tool that seems to have come out of nowhere to dominate the note taking scene. My only complaint and the reason I’m not using Google Keep is the inability to create notes from emails. It may seem like a pretty silly reason, but a lot of the time I want to quickly create a note, and having to open the Keep app is slower than using Drafts.