Email, Calendar & Productivity

Using a Google Collaborative Inbox

Now that you've decided to use a Google Collaborative Inbox, let's talk about how to use it. Where to Find Your Collaborative Inbox Once you log in to Gmail using your St. Edward's account, click the grid i...

Setting Up Email for Smartphones

Unfortunately, you can't escape your email. Here's how to enable access to your university inbox on your mobile devices. Our first recommendation for the most reliable service is to download the Gmail and Goo...

Managing Mailing Lists

Once you've decided to create a custom mailing list at lists.stedwards.edu, you automatically become that list's Moderator. With great power, comes great responsibility, and here are several ways you'll be able...

Restricted Mailing Lists

Everyone at St. Edward's has the ability to make custom mailing lists at lists.stedwards.edu, but only approved faculty and staff can access what we call Restricted lists. Restricted lists are groups of stude...

Setting Up Your Email Signature

Setting up your email signature in Gmail is a straightforward process, if you know where to look. 1. Log in to Gmail and select the gear icon on the right side of the page. Click Settings. 2. Under General,...

Using Google Drive

Google Drive is one of our supported collaboration and storage tools at St. Edward’s, along with Box. Currently, students, faculty and staff have access to both Google Drive and Box. To better help you und...

Comparing Google Forms and Qualtrics Features

At St. Edward's, you can use either Google Forms or Qualtrics to create surveys. Google Forms works well for relatively simple input, like signing up participants for a workshop or gathering feedback. Qualt...

Using Google Classroom

At St. Edward's, Google Classroom is used primarily as an organizational tool for Google Drive documents. Google Classroom is not a Learning Management System; it is an entry point for Google Docs and Drive....

Comparing Videoconferencing Options

Which tool should I use for web conference? It depends on what you want to do. Skype and Google Hangouts are great for on-the-fly, as-needed communication. WebEx is strongest in more structured settings, like ...

Using Google Forms

Google Forms is good for RSVPs, event feedback and simple surveys. Using Google Forms, you can create a new survey on your own or with others at the same time. Choose from a variety of pre-made themes or creat...

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