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Add a Secondary Account to a Chromebook

The instructions below allow for the addition of a secondary account to a Chromebook. click on the time icon, then click the settings gear icon ![][1] click **People**, then click the Upper St. Clair School District issued account selection ![][2] click **Add account** ![][3] enter the secondary account email a…

Signing into Google Drive on your iPad

There are two scenarios you might encounter if you are logging in to Google Drive on your iPad. The first scenario would be if you have already signed into another Google App, like Google Meet. The second scenario would be if you are signing in to Google Drive without previously having signed into another Google App. …

Logging into Google Meet on an iPad for the First Time

**Logging into Google Meet on an iPad for the First Time** 1. Locate the Google Meet App on your iPad. If you do not have it installed on your iPad, you can download it from Self Service. ![][1] 2. Tap the "Sign In" button ![][2] 3. You may be notified that Google Meet wants to use "google.com" to sign in. Tap "C…

Setting up iCloud Sync and Google Auto-Backup in the Note Format in Notability

**Setting up iCloud Sync ** iCloud Sync and Auto-Backup to Google Drive are two great ways to backup your notes in Notability. We recommend setting up both of these backup methods in Notability. Enabling iCloud Sync is a simple three step process. Launch Notability and follow the steps outlined below: 1. Tap gear…

Change or reset your Google password

You can change your password for security reasons or reset it if you forget it. Your Google Account password is used to access many Google products, like Gmail and YouTube. ## Change your password 1. Sign in to [My Account][1]. 2. Under "Sign-in & security," select **Signing in to Google**. 3. Choose **Passwor…

Using Google Transfer and Google Takeout

Using Google Transfer and Google Takeout, you can migrate data from your Upper St. Clair Student (@uscstudents.org) Google account to any other Google account. Using Google Transfer and Google Takeout allows you to: * Back up your files from time to time * Keep important files when you graduate, switch schools, …

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