Week 1 and Beyond

Comfortable with the basics? Now let's look at strategies for tapping the full power of Google Apps.

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Import your Existing Data

Import your existing mail, contacts, and calendar events from Outlook or Lotus Notes.

Contact Support



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Google At Work

Google Apps Updates

Email alerts

RSS feeds

See What Got Imported

Your email, personal contacts, and calendar events have already been imported to your Google Apps account. Here's a quick look at exactly what got imported, and what didn't.

Start Organizing Your Mail

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Switching from Outlook: Gmail and Calendar

(Short clips - 1 hour total) comprehensive introduction to switching from Outlook to Google Apps. Covers threaded email conversations, contacts, labels, filters, calendar events, syncing events from Outlook, and more.

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Managing your Inbox: Gmail Tips and Tricks

(Short clips - 1 hour total) Go beyond the basics to learn strategies for using labels, filters, archiving, and Google search to manage your inbox.

Learn Gmail Tips and Tricks

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(PDF) Find a wide variety of tips on reading and managing your email.

(PDF) Enable keyboard shortcuts in your Gmail settings. Then quickly perform almost any Gmail task without a mouse.

(PDF) Quickly find any message using powerful search operators and shortcuts.

Become a power searcher

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Keep up with Google Updates

Because Google Apps are hosted in the cloud, new features and enhancements became available automatically, without you having to download or install anything.

See what's new via blogs, email alerts, or an RSS feed.

More Training & Videos

Learn more about Gmail, Calendar, and other Google Apps via online courses, quick video clips, and more.