What is Google Keep? Keep is like digital sticky notes that can be shared with others and can be viewed or updated from any internet-enabled device.
New to this Google tool?
Check out our "Basics" section for resources to get you started off on the right foot.
Ready to learn more about this Google tool and go further?
Take a look at our "Tips & Tricks" section to get ideas and suggestions.
Not sure if your students have access to this Google tool?
The "Who can use" section outlines which grade levels have access to this tool.
Google Keep basics
You can access Google Keep from:
- Keep homepage
- Right-hand sidebar in Gmail, Calendar, Docs, Slides, Sheets, & Drawings
- Google Apps Launcher (waffle)
Google Keep tips & tricks
- Google Keep Help Center
EDU in 90: Google Keep in the classroom (video, 2:30)
How to organize your life with Google Keep, from HelloTeacherLady (2019)
10 ways Google Keep can help streamline life at school, from Ditch That Textbook (2017)
Using Google Keep for Grading Comments in Doc, from Control Alt Achieve (2017)
6 ways to help students be more productive by using Google Keep, from digitaltechnologies.education (2018)
Note: Students cannot install Chrome extensions for themselves.
Who can use Google Keep?
All staff and students in SFUSD have access to create, edit, & share Google Keep notes.
If you have any questions, please submit a Help Desk ticket.
This page was last updated on November 15, 2022