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Top Five Favorite (not most used) Web Apps:

  1. Gmail
  2. Google+
  3. If-This-Then-That
  4. Google Calendar
  5. Google Reader Feedly

14h
comment Logging in on someone else's computer
There should be a link there that says something to the effect of "log in with another account". Barring that, use the "incognito" mode of your browser.
1d
comment Is there a way to UPLOAD photos/video's to my Google Drive .. but not SYNC?
If you don't want to sync, Google Drive is probably not the right service for you. Why not use one of the services specifically for images and videos, like Flickr?
Apr
18
comment Easiest way to transfer Google data between accounts
How will that help in this case? Just linking to an app isn't very helpful.
Apr
17
comment Wordpress: How to make a subsubdirectory
This question appears to be off-topic because it is about self-hosted WordPress.
Apr
16
comment Forwarding from Outlook without losing sender information
It seems that this is an Outlook issue rather than a Gmail issue. You should ask on Super User.
Apr
15
comment Save a link to create new document in Google Docs
Please note that "above" has no context when you're talking about answers. Answers can be sorted a number of different ways.
Apr
14
comment Can't get into my Gmail account
How do I recover my Google password or username?
Apr
14
comment Chrome automatically fills in Stack Exchange comments
For future reference, support questions about Stack Exchange itself should go on the meta site for the site where you're having issues. In this case, that would be Physics Meta.
Apr
14
comment Attach files from Google Drive
Attach where? In Gmail? Somewhere else?
Apr
13
comment get count of reblogs on my articles
@Gima: I'd tend to agree that the question lacks important details, but there is the "tumblr" tag and "reblog" is a term fairly specific to Tumblr. My initial read of the question matches yours.
Apr
12
comment Discarding faster spam mail in gmail
Not really, no. "In:spam" will never match incoming mail. Related question: Auto delete spam email from a domain in Gmail
Apr
7
comment How can I sort of messages received as a thread in Gmail?
One could always use a third party email client.
Apr
6
comment How to share Google Drive folder without sign in required to view
Ah, I see. (My fault for not checking timestamps.)
Apr
6
comment How to share Google Drive folder without sign in required to view
Don't post a duplicate question. Bring more attention to the existing question. Post a bounty; share the question on Social Media, etc.
Apr
6
comment How to lock/protect cells in Google Spreadsheets
Please do not user URL shorteners here.
Apr
5
comment Possibilities to encrypt/decrypt single files in Google Drive
Your question will do better here if you focus on the problem you're trying to solve, rather than asking us to help you find an app that fits your criteria.
Apr
5
comment How can I stop notifications from an unknown Facebook account to my new phone?
@Kate: You could always disassociate it again later.
Apr
5
comment How can I stop notifications from an unknown Facebook account to my new phone?
This might be a little nefarious, but could be a good object lesson: Go through the "forgot password" process to get the password reset based on the phone. Log in to their account and remove the phone number. Presumably they'll then use the password recovery to regain control of the account.
Apr
5
comment How can I stop notifications from an unknown Facebook account to my new phone?
@Kate: What happens if you add the phone number to your own Facebook account? Do you get any sort of warning about it existing on another account? Perhaps with an option to turn it off?
Apr
4
comment Is it possible download a mp3 file when new RSS feed is provided?
The reason the recipe works for the original feed is because the MP3 filename is the same as the URL for the podcast with an .mp3 appended to it. Unless the feed you're trying to do this with does the same thing you're not going to be able to do what you want.