Shiver me timbers, matey! Thar be new video tutorials a-brewin’ on Grovo!
The Facebook “Pirate” strikes again: It’s International Talk Like a Pirate Day. So before we show you the newest videos out on Grovo this week, here’s a quick tip for how to make your Facebook speak pirate:
1. Scroll to the bottom of your Facebook page, and click the language button:
2. Choose “English (Pirate)”
3. Update your Plunderin’
Now, back to serious business. There’s brand new Grovo video tutorials out this week!
Asana, the project management machine, is back with some new features that will help you and your team get more done, faster. Asana workspaces are the hub of its online tool, and within workspaces users create projects and tasks. Tasks can be assigned to different users, marked complete and moved to different areas of a workflow. Now, you can learn how to tag other users in comments, manage your inbox, and more with our new lessons on Asana. Check out how it’s done below:
Google Calendar organizes pretty much everything here at Grovo. If you want to meet up with someone to chat, check GCal. Need to schedule a meeting? Check GCal, then send an invite. Want to know if someone’s going to be out on certain day? It’s on GCal. Girlfriend wants to invite you to dinner? Ask her to put it in GCal first. There’s a million-and-one reasons to use Google Calendar, here’s an intro to get you started:
There’s a lot you can do with Google Calendar, or any Google tool for that matter, so we divided the product into two different courses: Setup and Events. Setup will get you an overview of what you need to know, then get you started creating calendars, sharing calendars with friends and coworkers and whatnot. But Google Calendar Events will take you on a deep dive through creating single events, inviting others, creating appointment slots and a whole lot more. Check it out:
The owl is back! We’ve expanded our HootSuite coverage with more video tutorials on posting to social networks. You’ll learn how to manage the privacy posts to social networks through HootSuite, how to schedule messages, schedule messages in bulk, and much much more. Oh, and then there’s that little convenient thing called the Hootlet. We’ve got lessons on how to use the Hootlet, too.