Forget Google Drive Stars, use bookmarks

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Google Drive navigation can sometimes become an exercise in tedious clicking and waiting. Google Drive isn’t always the fastest interface, and you may have folders 3 or 4 levels deep that you need to access quickly. For example, I create a folder for each school year, such as 15-16, inside of my Documents folder. You […]

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Create folders in your bookmarks bar to organize sites

I’ve written about different ways to organize your browser bookmarks to help you become more efficient. Using the bookmarks bar is one way of giving you quick access to the sites you visit the most. The bookmarks bar also lets you organize your bookmarks with folders. This tip works really well with a browser that […]

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Another start page option, start.me

Yesterday I mentioned using Protopage.com  as a way to share links with your class or to replace bookmarks. I don’t know what I was searching, but I came across Start.me. It works pretty much like Protopage, with a couple of differences. It has a more visual flair, with the ability to change the icons of the […]

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Protopage as your start page

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After my post about using bookmarks and the bookmarks toolbar, Alving Trusty reminded me about protopage.com. Protopage lets you easily create a web page with links, RSS feeds, and other widgets for quick access.    You can have your personal page of links that only you can see, but you can also set up other […]

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