Sunday, September 20, 2015

Google Calendars

By Landon F. & Allie 
As a project for Mrs. Conway we had to make a Google Calendar. Google Calendar is a website where you can make a personal calendar. Google Calendar has many different features. One of the most useful features is color coding. Color coding is useful when you need to organize your events. Another helpful feature is the sharing feature. The sharing feature helps you spread the word of events that are coming up. Another is location - you can chose the location of the event. 

In conclusion, Google Calendars is a good way to keep track of all your activities.




4 comments:

  1. Hi, my name is Jesslyn! I'm from California in Ms. Chen's Language Arts class. I enjoyed this post and it persuaded me to make a Google calendar for my activities. The picture on the top that you posted along with the blog cracked me up. I loved it! Can't wait for more blog posts, hope you can check my posts out at
    (https://kidblog.org/class/d-is-for-dynamic/posts/67dn5v05bi2emjvygurmipfpp)
    (https://kidblog.org/class/d-is-for-dynamic/posts/b7z9ik22vsmjshhx8c5nmipns)
    (https://kidblog.org/class/d-is-for-dynamic/posts/e13mqs6u9ovo5x6y13wuazad2)
    (They're all different post)
    Hoping to see more blogs!

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  2. Hi! My name is Mia and I'm a student from California in Ms. Chen's Language Arts class. First, I would like to thank all of you for responding and understanding our blog posts on Kidblog. My classmates and I were very pleased to see that our blog posts were appreciated and accepted by peers from around the U.S.

    Now about Google Calendar, I'm one of those people when they see a tutorial they instantly don't know what's happening. When I read this, it explained everything in at most 5 minutes when if I read it somewhere else, I would spend 10 or even more minutes trying to figure the concept of Google Calendar. This particularly makes me excited to see what other things you will post in the future to help people ilke me. :)

    Also hope you will view my blog posts if you haven't already:

    ( https://kidblog.org/class/d-is-for-dynamic/posts/2caito66elo63rjqesjswq550 )
    ( https://kidblog.org/class/d-is-for-dynamic/posts/b9tm2sjknknpt13z12ktypzjy )
    ( https://kidblog.org/class/d-is-for-dynamic/posts/ciaznal291atrsyljvo7dvq83 )

    I know there's not many posts but it'll mean a lot to me if you would check them out. While you are at it, please look at my classmates' hard work too!

    Can't wait to see future posts!

    (Also, a further thank you to Allie for responding to my blog post. It really made me feel (I don't know any other word to express it but) good when you related to what I said so thank you very much!)

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  3. Hi! My name is Melanie and I'm a student in California in Ms. Chen's class. I've been looking for a way to keep track of all my activities and events. Google Calendars seems perfect! I'm glad you explained it in a short and understanding way because I sometimes get confused with these things. I can't wait to see more of your posts!

    Hopefully you can check out some of my blogs:
    (https://kidblog.org/class/d-is-for-dynamic/posts/5b2oa6cbr737lnctmpdzhp76i)
    (https://kidblog.org/class/d-is-for-dynamic/posts/4fp7dabxy2gtcy1t6xlkiytp7)
    (https://kidblog.org/class/d-is-for-dynamic/posts/e1ovf1u3bwxub5a7y022r1us6)

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  4. Hi! My name is Vicky and I'm a student in California in Ms. Chen's class. I really enjoyed your post because it taught me how to use google calendars and you explained it in a understanding way and now I'm not confused. Well if you don't mind can you check out some of my blogs.
    https://kidblog.org/class/b-is-for-brilliant/posts

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