We are proud to work with Normand and Underwood on all their website updates, and with King Richard III requiring a lead ossuary Norman and Underwood had the task of creating the lead coffin.
Norman and Underwood were entrusted to carry out the roofing, cladding and glazing works on the new King Richard III Visitor Centre in St Martins, which provides visitors with a fascinating insight into the life and death of the King as well as the dramatic rediscovery of his burial site.
Read more on how Dr Jonathan Castleman completed the sealing of the lead ossuary:
Google Drive is an online tool developed by Google which enables you to store and synchronie documents, images, videos and other types of media with different computer systems and users. It is similar to Dropbox, however, Google Drive comes with its own set of office tools, which means you can edit Word documents, spreadsheets, presentations, drawings, forms etc. all from the website, whether you are using a phone, a tablet, or a computer. Google Drive can revolutionise your business, as it provides a way of collaborating with team members on documents with no hassle.
Once you’ve set up your Google Drive accounts, it may seem a little daunting. This guide is designed to help you through the basics, and to help you get to grips with Google Drive.
Creating Folders and Adding Files
It is good practice to organise your files into folders, to ensure you don’t get confused when trying to find a document. Here’s how you can create a folder, and then move a file (or files) into it:
That’s it for uploading and organising your files, but how do you go about editing them? Here’s how:
Google Drive comes with a range of office tools, which allow you to edit documents, spreadsheets, forms, and other common office files. You can also share these files with other people, which allows you to edit files in real-time with other people, which makes Google Drive excellent for collaboration. I will show you the basics of editing a Word document and then how to share it with another user, the process again is the same for other office files.
The document will appear in the Drive of whoever you choose to share the file with, and any changes they make to the document will appear in the document to everyone. You can edit the same document at the same time, meaning multiple people can work on a document together instantly.
Adjusting File Properties
Renaming, copying, and deleting files is simple. Here’s how:
2. A screen will pop up asking what you want to rename the file to. Enter the new name and click OK.
Integrating Google Drive with your computer
One of the best features about Dropbox is its ability to integrate with your computer system, enabling you to access your files without using the website interface. One of the benefits of this is that you don’t have to use the built-in office suite that comes with Drive – however, you cannot collaborate in real-time without using the online Google tools. Windows/Mac integration is possible with Google Drive, and all you have to do is install the free software:
That’s everything you need to know to start using Google Drive, and to begin revolutionising the way you work.
If there is one thing that businesses struggle with when it comes to social media it is usually what to post. Scoop.it is a free online app which can help you find great quality content. The app will generate content depending on your interests and the tags you have used in your topic.
To start using scoop.it all you need is a Facebook or Twitter account set up and ready to use, as the site will ask you to login with a choice of one of these two platforms. Once you’re all logged in you can start adding topics and things that interest you into your scoop.it.
When you have added all of the topics you want the app will curate a huge list of articles that you can choose from to either tweet about, post on Facebook or on any of your social media platforms. You can either post is straight away using the app, or schedule it to go out at a later date.
– Scoop it is an excellent app if you’re someone who doesn’t have much time to use social media due to having other priorities.
– You can schedule tweets to go out throughout the week meaning you can spend an hour or so on a Monday scheduling useful and interesting articles to go out a couple of times a day for the week and not have to worry about it.
– Easy to find good, solid content to share with your customers and followers.
– Can post articles instantly from the app to all of your social media platforms with the option of adding your own comments.
– The constant advertisements asking you to upgrade to the paid version of the online app can get a little bit annoying.
– Cannot post to more than two social networking sites if you don’t have the paid version.