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Gmail will always show "me" for your Gmail address. If you are using "send mail as" addresses, untick "Treat as alias" and we should stop showing "me" for those addresses; this is the preferred option for addresses that you send mail as but do not reflect your personal identity, such as mailing lists. If you are seeing a problem with senders who have ...
Notes: This only works with the old Google spreadsheets. From Moving spreadsheets to the new Google Sheets - Docs editors Help *Spreadsheets created in the old version of Sheets will eventually be converted to the new Sheets, which won’t require any action on your part. More details coming soon. Yes, it is possible to link to a row by using ...
This feature is missing for a reason. Not necessarily a good reason, but certainly a reason. The idea is that the people who were permitted initially may be responding the way they are with the understanding that the share was limited, and opening it up to more changes that expectation. This is particularly true if they've already replied to the message. ...
One workaround is to add a comment to the cell. In the comment write +email-address, for e.g. "This comment is to link to the cell for +firstname.lastname@example.org". "Me@emailadress.com" will then receive an email with a link, that if you click it, will automatically highlight that particular cell+comment in the spreadsheet. I'm not sure, but you theoretically ...
Install Minimalist For Everything which is a Chrome Extension. Once installed click the extension and enable the Gmail Module. Click Options on the Gmail Module and select the Main tab This lets you set custom background colours for your email listing. There are tons of other pre-defined settings that you can use to tinker with the Gmail look and feel. ...
Warning: this is a very self-serving answer so, beware. When we were building Stack Overflow Careers CV entry we looked at all the web forms out there and tried to synthesize the best parts of each. I was surprised how few good web form examples there really were. I feel our team built what is, in my humble opinion, one of the best web form implementations ...
Jobster has a nice user interface and experience; not sure about its effectiveness. Stack Overflow Careers rocks :) LinkedIn has a good jobs section
In Google Calendar labs you can enable the Jump to date feature. It will allow you to jump to any date in seconds.
Unfortunately, once posted, you can't change the privacy level of a post. Your only recourse is to delete the post.
I write a user script for clear Tweetdeck Tweet https://openuserjs.org/scripts/b1nj/TweetDeck_Clear for use this script you must install an extension specific to your browser.
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There is no way to change this - it is a default setting and cannot be changed. Only moderators can change/delete comments. Source Article
TechCrunch's CrunchBoard is an excellent resource.
I have had great success with our state run Department of Workforce Services job board for both finding new jobs and hiring full or part time candidates. They are 100% free and get 10-100 times the job postings that other sites do. Most other states have an equivalent site, which are great resources for both employees and employees.
Not sure if you'd consider it a job board in the traditional sense, but: http://careers.stackoverflow.com
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