Have you been frustrated by the fact that you could not rotate text in Google Sheets? I know I have... but Google has been busy making a lot of updates to their products that we've all been waiting for! Rotating text in Google Sheets is one of them.
Let's get started!
You will find the options to rotate text in the format menu.
You can also adjust text rotation by using the icon in the toolbar. Click on the range of cells you want to rotate, and choose the text rotate icon in the toolbar.
Do you find the clutter on web pages an annoying distraction? Mercury Reader strips away all the fancy formatting and ads on web pages, rendering articles and stories in a plain, flat and readable manner.
Here is an example of a news article without Mercury Reader:
News article with Mercury Reader:
You can adjust typography and size settings, or choose the dark theme for more comfortable reading at night.by clicking the gear icon in the upper-right corner of the webpage once it’s in the reading mode.
There is a quick keyboard shortcut (Cmd + Esc for Mac users, Alt + ` for Windows users) to switch to the Reader on any article page.
Mercury Reader is a great tool for printing optimization of web articles. Once you are in the reading mode, simply right-click and choose print. You can share articles through Facebook, Twitter, and Email.
Click the icon to toggle in and out of Mercury’s reading mode.
Let's face it, most of us keep a ton of browser tabs open at once. It's even more common if you're researching something and you suddenly find yourself with 30 open tabs and no idea what to do with them. OneTab is an extension that helps clear the clutter and saves system memory.
Chrome tends to get sluggish the more tabs open. Plus, more tabs equals more clutter: once you get to around 10, it gets difficult to sort through them and find what you are looking for.
Today we are going to start a series of posts about Google Chrome extensions. Extensions are tools that perform functions to enhance the Chrome browser experience.
Do you have too many
extensions in your toolbar? Do you notice the Chrome browser getting sluggish? Try Extensity, an extension for quickly enabling and disabling all your extensions
for Google Chrome. Just enable an extension when you want to use it, and
disable when you want to turn it off. You can also launch Chrome Apps right
from the list.
What does Extensity do?
keeps your toolbar
keeps your browser
fast - disable extensions that you aren't using for the current task.
turns all extensions
off (and back on) with a single click.
between several extensions groups using the Profiles feature.
Use Extensity to turn on only those extensions you need for the task at hand.
Why do you need to turn off extensions? Sometimes, extensions just don't get along with one another. When they don't, the use up a lot of resources. So it's best to avoid issues by only turning on those extensions that you need.
Stay fast, my friends, install and use Extensity!
Here's a short video to get you started with Extensity: