This is a collection of evergreen how-guides and detailed tutorials to help you do more with software tools that you use daily.
Twitter requires you to specify a different email address for every account that you create on twitter. However, you can bypass this requirement easily with a Gmail address.
Learn how to use regular expressions to validate user-entered data in Google Forms. Also includes popular one-line regex patterns for common form fields.
You can add the Follow button to your Facebook profile to let anyone see and subscribe to your status updates and public photos on Facebook.
Learn how to easily find someone's email address on the Internet with the help of a popular Gmail add-on and some trial-and-error.
Learn how you can send print jobs to a printer attached to a Linux computer using your mobile phone or a remote computer.
Learn how you can easily verify any email address without even sending a test mail. You can ping the mail server to check the email.
Your Google Contacts can now add or update their contact information in your online address book directly with this simple Google Script.
Here are some cool and interesting websites that will make you smile and also help beat that afternoon energy slump.
How do your find out the date when your created the Google Account. This information is also required for recovering your Gmail account.
The new custom-sized AdSense ad units, if implemented properly, may help boost your advertising revenue. Learn how you should add these new units to your responsive or non-responsive website.
Learn how to stylize Google custom search on your website with custom CSS rules. You can also remove extra information from results like the page URLs, Google branding and more.
JPG, PNG or GIF - This guide will help you pick the best image format for your screen captures and emails while keeping the file size relatively small.
Your website contain text fields that require user input. Learn how to enable speech recognition for these fields using the speech input tags of HTML5.
Create unique and strong passwords for your online accounts using the secure and irreversible bcrypt algorithm. Available as a web app, Chrome add-on, Android app and an offline app.
With auto-purge in Gmail, you can automatically remove unwanted email messages belonging a particular label and that have crossed a certain age.