Toby for Chrome is a way to organize your browser tabs in one place. You can even sign in and save your tab “collections” for future use. For example, when I’m planning my journalism class, I like to have the Google Classroom page open, our class website, and our daily calendar. Instead of opening all of these documents separately, I can just click “Journalism” in a new tab – and all of the documents open! It’s easy to use, pretty to look at, and incredibly handy if you operate on tab overload. There’s also a mini version (Toby Mini) if you want all the features of Toby, don’t want your new tab to be taken up with your tab lists.
I’m still working out how to best communicate with everyone – I created this blog in WordPress to play with something that isn’t a Google product, but it’s still a work in progress!
On with the tips…please note that there are “tags” at the end of each post. If you want to read more of my posts about, say, Google Classroom, simply click on that tag and you’ll find everything I’ve posted on the subject. I’m going to be adding content from last year, too, so the amount of content may seem meager now but won’t be for long! Continue reading “Happy October!”