In the fourth Tips and Tricks episode, Dean from AppsEvents – which Acer is official partner for all 2018 global events – demonstrates how to use another tools of GSuite and Chromebooks: the voice typing function built into Google Docs!

Voice typing is a function that allows teachers to save time because, instead of adding a comment on a piece of students work writing an assessment that the student can see from his device, they can directly add their comment by speaking: voice typing will pick up what teacher says and automatically write it inside the document.

Furthermore, Dean highlights a new extension that allows educators to choose a random student from one of their Google Classrooms to talk about their work.

Watch the video below to see how voice typing works on an Acer Chromebook 15!

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