Learn how to make cinematic video presentations and beautiful photo slideshows with Spark, a new digital storytelling app for the web from Adobe.
Google Drive does not offer an xcopy like option to copy folders and their subfolders to another directory. A simple script can duplicate folders in Google Drive and retain its permissions.
You can embed the Facebook Messenger button in your website and receive messages from anyone who has a Facebook account. People can message your Facebook page or your personal profile.
Your WhatsApp account is filled with motivational quotes, memes and other junk images that are clogging your phone's memory. Here's how to smartly delete all the useless content in one go.
Do you want to embed the most interesting part of a YouTube video in your website and isolate the rest. Here are simple workarounds to help you embed portions of any Youtube video.
Meet the best resources on the Internet for learning CSS, the computer language that defines the look and feel of web content.
Learn how to create multiple copies of the same e-mail draft messages in Gmail. The duplicate message will copy the body and attachments too.
How to schedule emails in Gmail, including recurring email, with a Google Sheet. Write your emails now and Gmail will delay the delivery and send them at a specified date and time.
Learn about the various Twitter search operator that will help you find the best tweets for any search phrase. Search tweets inside Twitter lists, filter tweets containing images and more.
Learn how you can create your own Twitter bots without writing a single line of code. The bots can favorite, retweet, reply tweets or even send DMs to users.
The Google Fonts directory features 100s of fonts but finding that perfect font combination can be time-consuming. Here are the best font pairs that go well together, picked by type masters.
When a user submits a Google Form, you can have all the entered form data sent in a email message to one or more recipients and also send a copy to the form respondent.
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