Subscribing to CDNIS Calendars directly on your iPhone or iPad

Subscribing directly using the iCal links below means adding the calendar directly to the Calendar app on your Mac or mobile device.

When you subscribe to a calendar directly on your device. The calendar will not be linked to your CDNIS Google Account and you will not be able to view it on your Google Calendar Website.

  1. Visit http://cdnis.edu.hk/
  2. Find the little 3 lines on the right hand corner
  3. Find About CDNIS > Calendar Of Events
  4. Find “Subscribe to the School Calendars” at the bottom of the page, Choose the Calendars that you want to subscribe
  5. Choose “Add(xxx)
  6. Choose “New Calendar…
  7. Type the Calendar name like “Upper School Events” > Choose the color that you like (Remarks: choose different color will be easy to define) > Choose “Done” to finish, it may take few seconds to upload the data to your calendar
  8. Open the Calendar on your device after it finished upload
  9. Choose “Calendars
  10. Choose “Show All Calendars” or the Calendars that you want to show > The events will show up on your calendar

Subscribing to CDNIS Calendars directly on your iPhone or iPad

 

Create a Gmail signature

https://support.google.com/mail/answer/8395?co=GENIE.Platform%3DDesktop&hl=en

An email signature is text, like your contact information or a favorite quote, that’s automatically added at the end of Gmail messages as a footer.

Add or change a signature

You can put up to 10,000 characters in your signature.

  1. Open Gmail.
  2. In the top right, click Settings Settings and then Settings.
  3. In the “Signature” section, add your signature text in the box. If you want, you can format your message by adding an image or changing the text style.
  4. At the bottom of the page, click Save Changes.

Team Drive now available to staff

We have enabled Team Drive on Google Drive for faculty. Forget sharing multiple folders and accidentally leaving someone out. Start collaborating department files via Team Drive.

Google Team Drives are shared spaces where teams can easily store, search, and access their files anywhere, from any device.

Unlike files in My Drive, files in Team Drive belong to the team instead of an individual. Even if members leave, the files stay exactly where they are so your team can continue to share information and get work done.

Learn more about Team Drive collaboration here.

and start collaborating with Team Drives now.

Transfer Ownership of Google Data

You’re the owner by default for files that you create in Docs, Sheets, and Slides, or upload into Drive. But, you can transfer ownership of your Google files (Docs, Sheets, and Slides) and folders to anyone you’d like, as long as that person has an email address.

If you’re a Google Apps user, you can’t transfer ownership to someone else who is outside of your domain.

How to change owners

You can change who owns a file or folder in Drive.

  1. Go to Drive or a Docs, Sheets, or Slides home screen.
  2. Open the sharing box:
    • In Drive: Select the file or folder and click the share icon at the top .
    • In a Docs, Sheets, or Slides home screen: Open the file and click Share in the top-right corner of the file
  3. If the new owner already has edit access, skip to Step 4. Otherwise, follow these steps:
    1. Type the email address of the new owner in the “Invite people” field
    2. Click Share & save.
  4. Click Advanced in the bottom-right corner of the sharing box.
  5. Click the drop-down menu next to the name of the person you want to own the file or folder.
  6. Select Is owner.
  7. Click Done.

You’ll have access to the file as an editor after you transfer ownership.

Google Apps Customers: You can’t make someone outside of your domain the owner of your Google Doc. Only Google Apps customers in Government and Education domains can transfer ownership of a synced or uploaded file (like a PDF or image file).

Consumer Drive users: You can’t transfer ownership of a synced or uploaded file (like a PDF or an image file).

Things to consider before you transfer ownership

  • The things you’ll no longer be able to do once you transfer file ownership include:
    • Remove others from the file
    • Share with as many people as you like
    • Change visibility options
    • Allow your collaborators to change access privileges for others
    • Permanently delete something from Google Drive. After it’s deleted, no one can access it, including those it was shared with.
  • When you transfer ownership of a folder from yourself to another person, the new owner of the folder becomes an editor of the files in that folder. The original owners of the files remain the owners, and if the original owner deletes a file, it’ll be removed from the folder.
  • If your current Google Account is being deleted, transfer ownership of your files, folders, and Google files to another active account. Once the original account is deleted, you won’t be able to recover any of your files or folders from it.