In Part 1 of this series, we showed you how to use your command line to access Facebook and Twitter. Google offers many different services, several of which are available from your terminal. Today you’ll learn how to manage your Google services from the command line.
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Google+ has a new feature – communities. They’re much like groups on Facebook and can be public or private. Learn how to create your own communities now!
Google+ Hangout is useful for running a webinar, but its limitation of 10 people per session prevented you from sharing to more people. Here is how you can broadcast your Google+ Hangout to a larger group of people and record the session to Youtube.
Is your Inbox full of email subscriptions and newsletters from various brands and services? Are you looking for an easy way to get rid of the subscriptions you don’t want? Here is a quick solution that can help you easily unsubscribe from email newsletters that you’re not interested in and rollup all your remaining subscriptions to a single digest.
Google is no longer providing free Google Apps plans. If you are looking for alternative apps to host your domain’s email, Outlook.com is the one to go for. Read on to find out how to use Outlook.com to host your email for your domain.
Do you have friends that are overly chatty and post too much on Google+? Don’t remove them from your Circles, instead learn how to mute them!
Google syncs really well with Android devices. That also means if inadvertently deleted something, this information is also deleted from your web account. Luckily, Google has some backups in place so you can easily restore the information for such disasters.
Do you use Google Voice and want to record some of your phone calls? If you can’t get the recording feature to work, here are the steps to fix it.
Learn how to snooze your Gmail messages via a Google Chrome extension. Snooze Your Email for Gmail will keep an email as unread until a specified day and time.
With the arrival of Google Docs, people are constantly asking themselves whether they really need to pay the cash to get Microsoft Office. $0 is infinitely better than any sum of money you could think of. But is it worth it to move onto Google Docs and abandon Office forever? Let’s find out!