Below is a list of the supported apps in G Suite, along with descriptions, notes and frequently asked questions about each product. Click on each app icon to learn more.
Google Classroom offers teachers daily learning management system to assign work, moderate discussions, create quizzes and tests, and communicate with students. The District automatically creates and manages rosters for all graded course sections from the Student Information System (SIS).
Gmail is Google's web-based email client. Users can compose, send and receive email, and with Google's highly efficient search and indexing tools, you'll always be able to find them. All District staff and students have an @philasd.org Gmail mailbox with unlimited storage!
Google Calendar is the Google web-based calendar management system. You can create and share calendars with colleagues, students and even with the public to provide school event calendars.
Google Drive is the personal file storage available to all students and staff. You may store nearly unlimited data in your Google Drive and share those files with others, allowing you to collaborate on documents with others in real-time. Google Drive can contain Google Docs, Sheets, and Slides files or other data files you wish to store in your account.
Google Docs is Google's web-based word processing application. You can upload and convert Microsoft Word documents or text files into Google Docs, allowing you to collaborate with others and also maintain version history. Google Docs are stored in your Google Drive, but you can also access Google Docs shared from other user's Google Drives.
Google Sheets is Google's web-based spreadsheet application. You can upload and convert Microsoft Excel files or CSV files into Google Sheets, allowing you to collaborate with others and also maintain version history. Google Sheets are stored in your Google Drive, but you can also access Google Sheets shared from other user's Google Drives.
Google Slides is Google's web-based presentation application. You can upload and convert Microsoft PowerPoint files or CSV files into Google Slides, allowing you to collaborate with others and also maintain version history. Google Slides are stored in your Google Drive, but you can also access Google Slides shared from other user's Google Drives.
Google Keep is Google's web-based note-taking application. Keep offers a variety of tools for taking notes, including text, lists, images, and audio. Keep notes can be synchronized with mobile device apps for iOS and Android.
Google Sites is Google's web-based website creator application. It allows students and staff to create web page projects with a simple drag and drop interface, integrating Google apps content from G Suite accounts.
Google Analytics is the web analytics service offered by Google that tracks and reports website traffic. Google Analytics places tracking code in each web page of a website to report and analyze its usage.
Google Hangouts Meet is Google's web-based virtual meeting application. Users can video conference with a webcams on computers, phones and tablets, text chat, and share or present their own screen to other users. Options are available to record the Meet to a video file or live stream the event to YouTube.
How do I join a Google Hangouts Meet?
How do I create and host a Google Hangouts Meet?
Can I mute a participant in Google Hangouts Meet?
If you are the person that created the Hangouts Meet you can click on the three dots next to the person name and click the mute mic. You will not be able to unmute the person, they will have too do so
Can I remove a participant from a Google Hangouts Meet?
If you are the person that created the Hangouts Meet you can click on the three dots next to the person name and the remove button.
Google Jamboard is Google's web-based whiteboard collaboration tool. Jamboard can work directly with Google's own brand of smartboards, or it can work on touch-enabled devices to allow drawing and brainstorming with many users.