Google Keep is a note-taking service included as part of the free, web-based Google Docs Editors suite offered by Google.

Quickly capture what's on your mind and get a reminder later at the right place or time. Speak a voice memo on the go and have it automatically transcribed.

Accessing Google Keep (video length 1:55)

There are several ways to access Google Keep.

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Anatomy of a Note

Edit Note

Change into a list

Delete Note

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Set Reminders

Share Notes

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Add items to a note or list

Organize and find notes

Organize your notes with color and labels.

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Archive notes

Archiving notes helps you keep your page free from clutter. The notes stay in your account, so you can still find them and still get reminders for them.

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Add to Google Docs

Have you ever had a "brilliant" idea but didn't have a way to jot it down?  Now you can use Google Keep as an easy access to note taking. Then easily convert the contents of the note to a Google Doc. Watch this video to see how it is done. 

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Use Keep to Take Notes

Insert a video or other content into Google Slides and allow students to take notes using Google Keep that can be found on the side panel of Google Slides. Watch to video to see how!

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Ways to use in the classroom

Take notes while watching video in Slides

Add to Google Docs

Digital Stickers

Take a picture with your phone

Using the Chrome Extension