Google Keep is a great productivity tool for:
- Saving quick notes
- Creating To Do lists
- Saving and sharing photographs
I use the web version (keep.google.com), however, to write down a quick thought, create a daily to-do list, and save and/or share a photo.
I will keep it open on a tab and paste in links to stories, reports or tools that I plan to include in my weekly Beyond Social Media Show podcast, for research I’m conducting for client, or to keep track of stories I might want to write about.
As with most every Google product, there’s a search option baked in, so if you accumulate a lot of notes, there’s an easy way to find them. Here’s what my Google Keep account currently looks like:
And since it is a web-based service, the best part is Keep is available wherever you can log into your Google account.