Getting Things Done (GTD) with Todoist. Getting Things Done (a.k.a. GTD) is a popular, five-step time-management method that’s based on the idea of getting everything out of your head and onto your to-do list. It reduces stress and forgetfulness by helping you focus on completing tasks rather than trying to remember them. Getting things done with todoist. Get up and running with GTD in Todoist by following these 5 steps: Capture every task that comes to mind in your Todoist Inbox. Quickly type or dictate tasks as they occur to you using everyday language like “send invoice on May 3” or “water the plants every 4 days starting June 20 ending Sept 30.”. Here's how to handle projects in Todoist: Create a new project for each multi-step project you identified as you were clarifying your tasks. Drag and drop the associated tasks from your Inbox to the appropriate project. Or click on a task and type '#' into the. As you think of other steps, add.
It is very simple to start writing text in a Google Doc. The clear interface is reminiscent of early day word processors, from which Microsoft Word departed long ago. Formatting options in Google Docs can quickly be found in the main toolbar and it is especially efficient to format a Google Doc using text styles (Title, Heading 1, Heading 2, etc.). In terms of presentation, Google offers a restricted number of default fonts. In a few steps, I will show you how to quickly add fonts to Google Docs.
I've noticed that you can now add your own fonts to Google Docs. When clicking the More fonts. Button, the following dialog box appears: On the right hand side, the My fonts section shows some custom fonts that are installed on my Mac. When I select Avenir, the additional weights (Light, Bold, Heavy etc) are not available.
Your choices are based on the list of fonts available from Google Fonts. You can sort the list by alphabetical order, popularity (default), date added, or trending. You can also sort according to font types:
Two interesting facts that are worth noting when adding fonts to Google Docs:
Share with me your favorite font in the comments below!
Google Docs is one of the easiest ways to create and edit documents and collaborate with your peers online from your computer, iPhone, iPad, Android phones or tablets. You can create documents from scratch or upload an existing document created in other word processing applications like Microsoft Office, Open Office, etc. Google Docs also comes with a wide collection of templates to help you create documents easily.
With the introduction of Google Drive, Google merged Google Docs into Drive. Google Drive is a cloud storage space like iCloud and Dropbox, but with capabilities to create, edit and collaborate documents, presentations, spreadsheets, etc. in addition to storing and sharing any types of digital files and folders.
In this article, I am going to show you how to create a document in Google Docs, change fonts and add additional fonts to your font list in Google Docs.
Note: I may use the words ‘Google Docs‘ and ‘Google Drive’ interchangeably as the former is a subset of the latter.
Creating a document in Google Drive is pretty easy. All you need is a computer or any smartphones or tables with Internet connection and a Google Account. Google Drive gives you 5GB free space to all Google Accounts. You can upgrade to 25GB space for $2.50 / month.
To create a document in Google Docs:
Go to: drive.google.com and login with your Google account. If you have never used Google drive before, follow the onscreen instructions and set up your Drive.
Click on CREATE select Document a new document is created in Google Drive.
In the new window opened, click on “Untitled document” to change the document name.
To change the fonts, click on font drop-down menu and select the desired font from the list.
You can add additional fonts to your Font list in Google Docs easily. There are hundreds of Google fonts available online and can be easily added right from Google docs and applied to the document.
To add a new font to font list:
Click on the font drop-down menu Add fonts
Select the fonts you want to add from the list of fonts. You can also search for specific fonts in the Add fonts window.
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