I am a big fan of Google Chrome (and really all things Google). When working with students and teachers, I suggest they sign into a Google Suite account/Google accounts through Chrome.
Logging into Chrome has several benefits especially when moving between computers. Signing into Chrome enables users to:
- Transfer their bookmarks from another browser
- Access the start-up page each time
- Sync extensions and Chrome apps
- Access their search history
Once you log into Chrome the first time, go to the top, right corner and choose Settings. This allows you to customize the items you want to sync.
Click Sync from the list provided. Determine the items to sync with your account.
One more thing…
Try out Incognito Mode in Google Chrome. Going into this mode allows you to view a site without being logged into Google or any other site account. I find this helpful when checking to see if a Google Doc works with someone not logged into Google.
To go into Incognito Mode, go to File > New Incognito Window.
Signing into Google and using Incognito are two quick tips for using Chrome. What are some of your favorite tips using Chrome?