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#*(Note: the above shortcuts mean you hold alt and press the key after the +.)
#*(Note: the above shortcuts mean you hold alt and press the key after the +.)
#Try out our awesome Chromebook workflows! We've tested thoroughly this summer and have built a number of methods for getting things done on a Chromebook. Go here.   
#Try out our awesome Chromebook workflows! We've tested thoroughly this summer and have built a number of methods for getting things done on a Chromebook. Go here.   
#Start looking for great apps that we can use in the fall. Browse via [https://play.google.com/store?hl=en this link] since you can't install until we authorize new apps. Then request authorization of apps [Mailto:support-ticket@riverdale.edu?subject=RCS Chromebook Android app request&body=Please review and allow the following Android apps: by e-mail] or via [https://support.riverdale.edu Tech Support request]. Some to try:
#Start looking for great apps that we can use in the fall. Browse via [https://play.google.com/store?hl=en this link] since you can't install until we authorize new apps. Then request authorization of apps [mailto:support-ticket@riverdale.edu?subject=RCS%20Chromebook%20app&request&body=Please%20review%20and%20allow%20the%20following%20Android%20apps:%20(provide%20links%20to%20Play%20Store%20pages) via Tech Support request]. Some to try:
##OneNote (for, um, notes) Google Keep (also for notes) (it's already installed) Schoology (for integrated audio/video posting as well as status tray notifications) Explain Everything (for whiteboard recording) AirDroid (for file transfer between Chromebook and laptop)
##OneNote (for, um, notes) Google Keep (also for notes) (it's already installed) Schoology (for integrated audio/video posting as well as status tray notifications) Explain Everything (for whiteboard recording) AirDroid (for file transfer between Chromebook and laptop)