How to spark
joy in your digital life
with Marie Kondo and Google One
Keep everything that sparks joy in one place with Google One's expanded storage and easily organize it in a few steps.
A better inbox with Gmail
Keep everything that's needed for the future, thanks to extra storage from Google One. And use Gmail's tools to help organize and find it all easily.
Nothing stays in your Inbox
Think of your inbox as a holding space where email is waiting to be sorted. Nothing stays there. Set a goal to process emails daily.
If you want to start fresh right now, just archive all your current emails. You can always find them again by searching or going to "All Mail".
Sort then label to make things easier
Start by enabling priority inbox to sort your important emails automatically. This way you'll see them first.
To help manage your default inbox - categorize. I suggest only creating a few labels to make it easier like "Pending", "Need" and "Want".
A home for all your photos
With Google One there's enough expanded space to keep your memories all in one place. And Google Photos offers so many ways to search and rediscover your photos so those memories can live on.
Recognize my friend Keegan-Michael Key? Watch our Google One adventure here.
Backup everything with ease
Enable backup to automatically store the photos from your devices in the cloud, so they're safe and all in one place.
Find joy by who, what, when, and where
You can search for photos by time, locations, or even by who or what is in them.
Include your old photos, too
Download the PhotoScan app by Google Photos and use it to save a digital copy of physical photos.
Safely store and find important files
Organizing your expanded storage doesn't require an extensive filing system. Google Drive makes searching simple so you can find your files when you need them.
Use keywords for easy searching
Make sure to use obvious keywords when naming folders and files, like Italy Vacation Itinerary, Grandma's Recipes, or 2021 Taxes
Search beyond file names
The key to Drive organization is intuitive search. This means you can search by what’s in the document, the file name, or even who shared it with you. If the results are too broad you can refine by things like file type and when it was last modified.
A few folders are really all you need
Create a few folders for sorting. Think about your most common file types perhaps things like Financial and Travel documents. You may find this is all you need.
You can use Google One's storage manager to help identify files that you may not need. Learn more
If you choose to say goodbye to some things, do it with gratitude. Turn on your "thank-you switch" as you sort through files. As long as you do that, joy is sure to follow.
Join Google One
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