I have Google Photos set to the "free" setting, so is that 7GB all videos that I've uploaded?
My 1TB is going to run out next June and, given my usage, it's unlikely I would need more than the 17GB I'm allotted. I just can't figure out how I'm using so much space in GPhotos and would like to be sure I don't use up everything with it.
Give me a name.
And start writing.
While the punctuation is suspect, I'm all for that sentiment and love how this things works. When will get this kind of mode? Paper is for writers.
I got invited into Dropbox Paper last night and have been playing with it this morning. The thing is beautiful, clean, and minimal. Seems about the perfect writing environment, especially when I take it full-screen on my Chromebook Pixel.
Does anyone recognize the font?
My first writing in Paper is about how Google Docs needs this kind of feature -- a minimal writing environment. I know that I can go full screen and hide the controls in Docs, but that's not what I'm talking about. I want something like Paper, Medium's editor, Draft, or the old Editorially. I want an environment more like a blank sheet of paper than a Word clone. I want to write more and think of formatting not at all.
Paper is a good choice for that, but I'm so deeply inside the Google silo, I'd like a version of it for Google Docs.
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