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2: Login to Chrome
For real. Logging into Chrome with your school account makes your life easier.
Here's a short video summary of this section
Check if it's already on your system. Plenty of folks try downloading and installing stuff they already have. Windows users should press the little Windows logo on their keyboard and type "Chrome" while the start menu is open and it'll search for you. Don't have to click a thing. MacOS users should open their Launchpad by clicking the rocket or drawing their hand in on their touch pad and then typing "Chrome".
If no app appeared in your search, you've got to download and install:
You're logged in when your email address shows up in this menu.
Once you have downloaded and installed Chrome, sign into the browser using your school email, [email protected]. You may notice that logging into your Google account, you’ll be redirected to Microsoft. Yes, you’ll need to type your email address a bunch. Sorry about the extra screens, but that lets us keep your accounts linked.
If you see this screen, go ahead and press "Link data"
Students have been known to struggle finding all the sites used at school. Easy fix: we’ll just lock your bookmark bar under your address bar. Press CTRL + Shift + B on PC or CMD + Shift + B on Mac to toggle the bookmark bar. Your bookmark may appear blank and thus hard to tell when you’ve docked it to your address bar.
Try adding this guide to your bookmark bar. Right click and edit its name so it doesn’t take as much space
You can drag these links onto your bookmark bar, too:
If you install the Chrome browser on your phone and login with your
@gilmour.orgaccount, you can see these same bookmarks from your phone. It's a time-saver!
By removing the labels on your bookmark bar, you can fit more into the space.
Before you move on, you should now have Google Chrome set up and you can see that you're logged in. You even know how to set up a bookmark bar so you can jump between frequently used websites. Now let's get your email inbox sorted.