Dec 14 2013, 9:40am CST | by Sumayah Aamir
Google wants to give you tips. On what though you might ask? Google has launched a new website yesterday called Google Tips. It offers Google users helpful guidelines for the proper use of its products. Google Tips shows you clickable cards.
These cards will guide you on how to use popular Google products. Each card has some short details and you can flip each one in order to learn more. These cards have guideline from which you can learn how to share photos with specific people in Google+ circles.
You can also learn how to play YouTube like a jukebox; how to save your favorite places and maps and much more. You can share each card via email or social media sites like Google+, Twitter and Facebook. There are a total of five pages consisting of tips while Google adds a suggestion box on the fifth page asking "Have an idea for a card?"
Currently, Google is offering the tips for 13 products including: GMail, YouTube, Maps, Search, Docs, Drive, Chrome, Play, Calendar, Keep, News, Android and Google+. You have to sign in for all these cards. And if you have already signed in, these cards will help you to use Google products in a better manner.
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