Gmail announces Inbox, g(Math) for Forms and more

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An inbox that works for you gmailblog.blogspot.com

The team that made Gmail is bringing something new. It’s called Inbox. Though developed by the same people,it’s not Gmail: it’s a completely different type of inbox, designed to focus on what really matters.

Request your invitation to inbox http://www.google.com/inbox/ h/t +Dan Taylor

Google for Education Devices Pilot Guide [PUBLIC]docs.google.com

From A to Z: Everything you need to know to successfully deploy Google devices in your school. Learn from schools who are currently using #GAFE, Chromebooks, and tablets and get started on the right foot with this updated guide.

g(Math) for Formschrome.google.com
Did you ever wish that your Google Forms had an equation editor? Now it does!! g(Math) for Forms is part of the Google Forms Add-on official launch today. g(Math) for Forms can create math expressions, graphs, and statistical displays and insert them directly into your Form! Check it out at: http://goo.gl/6AWTX8
You can also find the help page at: http://www.gmath.guru/gmath-for-forms
and the Video tutorial at: http://www.gmath.guru/gmath-for-forms/#/gmath-for-forms-tutorial-video/
Posted by +John McGowan 
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