How to get productive using Google Pixel 3

Hey, guys!
Welcome back to my channel. In today’s video, I’m going to be sharing
some tips on how to stay productive at college using the Google pixel 3. Before starting this video, I want to give a
huge shout out to Google for sponsoring this video. Since it is back-to-school season and a lot of you guys are struggling, including myself, to get back into study mode, I thought I would make
this video telling you guys some tips on how I try to stay productive
throughout the school year. So, if you guys are interested,
keep on watching. The first and most important tip to
being productive is staying organized and planning out your days ahead of time. I like to use Google Calendar
to sort out my schedule and get an overall view of what my days
will look like in the upcoming week. It helps tremendously when arranging meetings
with professors or a dinner date with friends. Okay, Google. What’s on my agenda today? There are four entries for Wednesday. First up on Wednesday is physics at 9:25 a.m. Here’s the rest. I’ve also found that university
level courses are often too difficult to master on my own, so I highly recommend
setting up group study sessions or getting help from professors by
attending their office hours. I find this to be a more efficient way of
spending my free study time since I’m able to get any urgent
questions answered easily and on the spot. The next tip to staying productive is to
avoid getting distracted when studying. I often find myself spending
a lot of time on my phone, either texting friends or watching YouTube videos, and it would become increasingly
difficult to get back in the mood to study. Pixel 3 has this feature called Flip to Shhh mode where your phone will go into to
Do Not Disturb mode when you flip it so that any notifications are silenced and you can get back to studying
without getting interrupted. I tend to have free time in between my classes, so instead of wasting those 15 to 20 minutes, I like spending that time reviewing
my notes from the class before or studying for a quiz that
I might take later that day while I wait for my next class to begin. This next tip is extremely helpful for
doing group work efficiently. Instead of worrying about
having to arrange a time to meet up with your group
mates to discuss the project, Google Docs can help you
and your friends edit the same document simultaneously and provide
real-time feedback. It also automatically saves your work, so you won’t have to worry about
losing any of your hard work in the process Okay, that’s it for this video. Thank you guys so much for watching until the end. Please give this video a thumbs up if
you found it helpful. I’ll see you in my next video. Bye!

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