Saturday, June 1, 2019

How to Automatically Send G Suite Email to a Gmail Address - And How to Filter Your Email

The end of the school year is here for many of us. It is at this time of year that I am often asked about how to forward G Suite for Edu email to Gmail addresses. Some people want to do this because they only want to check one inbox during the summer. Others do this because they are moving from one district to another and need a place to store important messages in the time between jobs. In the following video I explain how to automatically forward G Suite email to a Gmail address.

If you don't want to forward work email to your personal email, you might consider using filters so that only the most important messages reach your primary inbox during the summer. Watch my video that is embedded below to learn how to create filters in your G Suite inbox.

Copyright, Ethics, and Gmail - The Week in Review

Good morning from Maine where it almost feels like summer. The sun is trying to poke through the clouds and it's supposed to be 70F today. In other words, it should be a great day to play outside. That's exactly what I plan to do after publishing this blog post. I hope that wherever you are this weekend, you can enjoy some time outside too.

Before jumping to the list of the week's most popular posts I want to remind you that there are two Practical Ed Tech courses starting next week. Those courses are Teaching History With Technology and Getting Going With G Suite.

These were the week's most popular posts:
1. Three Lessons to Learn from the $9.2M Copyright Ruling Against Houston ISD
2. How to Use Gmail's Confidential Mode
3. Six Google Product Updates Made in May Impacting Teachers and Students
4. The Ethics of Making Copies of "View Only" Google Docs
5. Four Ways to Show & Share Videos Without Distractions
6. Canva Has Acquired Pixabay and Pexels - Five Ways to Use Canva
7. Three Good Resources to Help Students Become Discerning News Consumers

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