What Was Watched in June – My Most Popular Tutorials

In June I published a new video every other day on my YouTube channel. There are now more than 36,000 people subscribed to get notified as soon as I publish a new video. My channel contains more than 1,000 tutorial videos covering everything from fundamental aspects of Google Workspaces to making your own Android apps to making videos and many other topics suggested by readers and viewers like you. Below are the ten videos on my YouTube channel that were watched the most in June. 

1. The Basics of Creating a Quiz in Google Forms

2. How to Add a Timer to Your PowerPoint Slides

3. Wheel of Names – A Random Name Picker and More

4. How to Draw on Your Screen in Google Meet

5. How to create shared Google Drive folders

6. How to Create Your Own Online Board Game

7. How to print a Google Form or save it as PDF

8. How to Use Adobe Spark to Create a Video

9. How to Share Videos Through Google Drive

10. How to Create Comic Strips in Google Slides

This post originally appeared on FreeTech4Teachers.com. Feature graphic created by Richard Byrne using Canva. 

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Author: Accomplishly

I'm a freelance journalist and creative writer who immensely enjoys writing and researching into any topic. I offer high quality content writing services. I've participated in a number of projects, and have experience writing for different platforms. It's so interesting to hear the creative ideas that people have, and I find it so rewarding to give a voice to those brainstorms!

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