As your students create more digital work, your inbox may become flooded with email. Here is how to create a filter and add a label, so that messages skip your inbox and land neatly together.
7) Apply filter to matching conversations and Create filter!
8) Now, "classroom" appears below the inbox.
This guide will show you the initial setup how to properly setup the Chromecast in our environment.
1. The chromecast will consist of 3 components. Image below: from left to right. The device it self, power adapter/USB, and HDMI Extender.
2. Connect the chrome cast to the HDMI port on your room (shown below). Then connect the power adapter in the device(chrome cast)
3. Now go grab the black remote control for the projector then press the "VIDEO" button. It will be the top left button of the remote control.
4. Now grab a chromebook or your MACBook.
5. Using Chrome browser go to: https://cast.google.com/chromecast/setup/
6. Just follow on screen instructions.
You can also follow this guide if need a more thorough instructions. Jump to Step 3
MAC OSX, Chromebook and PC
The only way to use Chromecast in MAC is casting your Chrome browser to the Chromecast device. This guide will show you how.
NOTE: Cast will be the same as the word Mirroring for apple TV.
1. First, you how to download and install Google Cast extension in your Chrome browser by following the link below.
2. After the installation, you will notice in your chrome that cast button is now available. Shown Below
3. Now anything you have in the chrome browser can be cast to the big screen.
iOS and Android
Unfortunately iOS devices such as iPAD and iPhone casting will only be available for Chrome app, youtube app, and other compatible apps. You can check this link for info: https://www.google.com/chrome/devices/chromecast/apps.html
1. First thing to do is download the chromecast app in the play store/app store.
NOTE: Student android tablets will have this automatically.
2. Once downloaded, open the chromecast app. Make sure the device is connected to the same wi-fi as the Chromecast device.
3. Then the app will automatically will look for Chromecast devices in the network.
4. Top left corner is the menu pop up. Touch it, then select "Cast Screen"
5. Then it will ask you what chromecast device you want to cast it to, just select the chromecast device.
6. Good to go.
This guide will show you how to put content in the KAAS NAS.
1. First connect your MAC to the NAS and login.
2. Once the connection is establish, open the "Finder" Check image below to find "Finder"
3. A new window will pop up, in the right column, you will see "KAAS_NAS" in the Shared devices. Image below.
4. Here it will be depending on your own preference.
- You can copy and paste the contents you want to put in the NAS by using "Command+C" and "Command+V"
- You can do Drag and Drop also. For example, you go to your pictures folder in Finder, where you can just select the pictures and click and drag it to the NAS folder in the right column.
5. Good to Go!
This will show you how to clear browser history on the chrome book.
1. In the top-right corner of Chrome, click the Chrome menu .
2. Select More tools > Clear browsing data.
3. In the dialog that appears, select the checkboxes for the types of information that you want to remove.
4. Use the menu at the top to select the amount of data that you want to delete. Select beginning of time to delete everything.
5. Click Clear browsing data.
This guide will show you how to clear your browser settings in your MAC.
1. On the toolbar, click on "HISTORY" then select "CLEAR RECENT HISTORY"
2. Then a new window will pop up, just put a check mark on Cache and browsing histories then press clear now.
1. On the toolbar, click on "HISTORY"
2. On the drop down menu, select "show full history".
3. A new tab will open up that will show all your browsing history. In this same page, you will see a button "CLEAR BROWSING DATA" Click it.
4. Then a new window will pop up, you can leave this as default if you want or you can uncheck the passwords and autofill if you wish to keep your passwords on web app you use like connectED for example.
5. Then just click on "CLEAR BROWSING DATA"
1. On the toobar, click on "HISTORY" then select "CLEAR HISTORY".
2. A notification will show up and just press "YES"
This guide will show you how to access the school NAS
1. In your MacBook, while in Desktop click the "GO" option in the toolbar.
NOTE: If not seeing "GO", just click on an empty space in your desktop and your toolbar should change to the "FINDER" tools just as shown below.
2. On the drop down menu, select "CONNECT TO SERVER"
3. A new window will pop up. Just like the image below.
4. In the Server Address field you will type in the IP address of the NAS you want to connect to, then a new small windows will pop up again to put your user credentials.
NOTE: The IP Address and Credentials can be found on "TECH FOLDER" on google drive