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Hey there, Non-Gen-Z’er! Wondering what the hell TikTok is and why it’s so popular?
The good news is you’ve found this amazing guide to any and all things TikTok (Including an entire Adele concert sung by gummy bears).
The bad news is, if you need this article, you’re officially OLD! Just kidding….
TikTok is the only app where you can race your dad, put on an entire concert with candy bears, and shuffle dance up a set of stairs in one hour, and all while millions of addicted teens watch in zombie-like hypnosis.
Tired of sharing blurry whiteboard photos?
Today, we’re taking a look at the best online whiteboards.
It’s way easier to migrate all of your brainstorming, mindmapping, or tutoring to a whiteboard app than you think it is.
Most of the apps in this guide are free to start, require little to no experience, and are ready to go in 5 minutes or less.
Ready to throw all those markers away (Just kidding…please recycle!)?
What is an Online Whiteboard?
An online whiteboard – or virtual whiteboard – is just like the traditional whiteboard you’re used to in school or at the office, except it’s 100% digital. That means anyone anywhere can write, collaborate, share, or interact in other ways (EX: Video call) at any time.
PDF isn’t just for business. When it’s not needed to hold the universe together, Soda PDF is perfect for creating visual guides or infographics for the home or office.
In just a few minutes, you can create a stunning infographic for ANYTHING – cleaning the dishes, office rules, taking out the trash, not waking you up at 530 AM just because “you’re bored”.
In this guide, we’ll walk you through:
- Why PDF is perfect for visual guides
- How to create your first infographic quickly
- Tips for making awesome infographics
Info-What: What is an Infographic Anyway?
An infographic is a visual representation of information, data, or knowledge, often with images, graphics, and charts that contains very minimal text.
Work-from-home security has never been more important.
Not only is cybercrime on the rise now that scammers have more free time (and more people to pick on) but employees who’ve never worked from home before are now working in unfamiliar environments and with unfamiliar technologies.
If working from home is your new normal because of the Coronavirus pandemic, you must take cybersecurity seriously. Even a single slip-up could endanger you, your colleagues, and your entire company.