I always cringe when I say “new” because one of the benefits of being part of Apps for Education is that on most Google upgrades we have a 30 day window from general release to educational release. This is great because it give us time to make announcements about upcoming changes, and let Google work the […]
Ask IT Question: While I appreciate the features of g-mail, I am wondering if I am logging in correctly. When I log in via MyFIT, I have to log in a second time to g-mail. Other schools I am at which teach simply log me directly into g-mail from their university site, without a second […]
Converting a file to a Google document, spreadsheet, or presentation allows you to edit, collaborate on, and share it online. When you convert a file, the original file will remain intact and accessible from Google Drive on the web and (if you have the application installed) Google Drive for your Mac or PC. A copy […]
You are able to to add the calendar data from your secondary account to your FIT account, but not migrate it. To add a calendar using its address, follow these steps: Click the down-arrow next to Other calendars Select Add by URL from the menu Find the address of the Google Calendar in iCalendar format, or if you have the […]
The announcement tab inside of the MyFIT portal now has a new channel just for students called “FIT Google Apps for Education.” Here you will find important reference links to: The FIT Google help site Your new Google account Your archive mail (only available until January 22nd, 2014) Instructions on how to move your imail […]
Please remember that your username is your entire fit email address when logging into your new student Google account. For example you need to type “firstname.lastname@example.org” instead of meredith_perkins. Your password is the same as your FIT password.
FIT student Google accounts are here and active! As of today your new student Google account is waiting for you. Explore the many useful tools available to you such as GMail, Drive, Hangouts, Calendar, Sites and Groups. What’s even better is that you have 30GB of storage for email, projects, images or whatever you want. […]
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