Simon Laust’s Cheat Sheets with shortcut keys and codes for Google + goes around the world and is already translated into several languages. If you are starting use Google+ this is a must have tool!
It almost sounds too simple and like something Google itself should have made. However they didn’t and now a small sheet created by a young man from Denmark with shortcut keys and codes goes around the world like a storm. Is has already been translated into several languages available from Simon’s Google+ posts page.
The sheet was prepared by Simon and he then invited interested people to help translate and expand the sheet with additional content. The result is amazing and already show the power of Google+ collaboration capabilities.
Let’s take a look at some of the commands you will find in the cheat sheet. If you put stars around a word, it becomes highlighted/bold and the use of underscore characters around a word would place the word in italics. If you use + or @ in front of a name, Google will + look up and see if the service can find someone with the information provided.
According to Simon Laust’s update, he is overwhelmed by the amount of feedback on the sheet, but has also taken on camping and is out of reach. Google+ is however available on mobile devices – also when you are on camping…