Excellent video on this topic by David Eagleman. Definitely worth watching.
My problems occurred after setting up the 2-step verification process in Gmail.
Following this I kept getting the following message when attempting to synch Gmail:
“sync is currently experiencing problems. it will be back shortly.”
Steps that I took to fix the issue:
1. Logged into my Google Account and turned off the 2-step verification. Details on how to do this can be found here.
2. Reset my password in Gmail.
3. Opened Android Applications.
4. Clicked on Gmail application (this may open automatically when you access Android Applications)
5. Entered my new password and login.
6. When to my Phone Settings
7. Clicked Accounts and sync. Gmail settings were synced. (Sync them unless they are automatically showing sync following the steps above).
Hope this assists. Your additional comments and feedback would be appreciated.
Only users with a Google Account can have access to your Analytics.
Login to your Google Analytics Account
Select the account for access.
Click on the link User Manager (see below).
Click on the link Add User (see below)
Add email address of the user you wish to add.
Select the Access level which is either View Reports Only or Account Administrator. Account Administrator will give them full access.
If you are contemplating setting up a corporate Facebook Account then be aware that anyone joining it can write a review of your business.
Go to Facebook Friendly App page see how this can work out in a real example.
If you are a large stand out company like Google your Facebook Account can attract a lot of spam comments. See the Google Chrome Facebook Comments section as an example.
If you want your reputation to be thrashed in public then a corporate Facebook Account may be a good option.
Jotting down notes and reminders on paper is a hazardous undertaking. A piece of paper, or even a notebook, can easily get lost or misplaced. If your house or workplace goes up in smoke the paper notes and notebooks will invariably be destroyed.
Moore’s Law states that the most valuable notes will be destroyed in the fire and the most useless ones will survive!
One way to avoid this is to enter your notes into an e-mail message and the send to yourself. The e-mail will remain permanently in your e-mail system and most e-mail systems, particularly those like Gmail, have very efficient search facilities.
Providing that the Subject Line of the note has been clearly defined you should have no trouble finding that information when you need it.
A quick reminder as to do something can be sent to yourself as a simple e-mail with details of the reminder in the e-mail subject line.
A great service for delayed reminders is NudgeMail. NudgeMail enables you to set a reminder that will be delivered to your email sometime in the future.
You can put as much detail as you require in the body of the message and the Subject Line is where you place a description of the reminder.
It’s a great service and the good news is that it comes to you completely free of charge and is very user-friendly.