The Square app (iOS and Android) is great for this, though it’s mostly geared for businesses to use as a cash register. And you either need the small card reader, or you have to key in a credit/debit card number. But Square just introduced the Cash app, which lets you send money with a text message. The money goes directly into the recipient’s bank account in seconds, compared with several days when using PayPal.
The transaction is free for the sender, and 2.75% to 3.5% for the recipient. Pricing details are here. For more info, see www.square.com/cash.
Of course, Excel is the 800 lb. gorilla in this category, and most of the course focuses on it, but the course will also help if you’re using other applications, like Google Sheets, Apple Numbers, LibreOffice Calc, and the web and mobile versions of Excel. You can finish the course in about a day. Exercise files are included.
My full-length Adobe Illustrator CC and CS6 courses are at TotalTraining.com.
For example, I’ll take this video of Felicia Day (creator of The Guild and Geek and Sundry) flying on a trapeze:
…and change the URL into this:
Enter a title for the gif (title is truncated, below), drag the video’s play head to the time where you want the gif to start, then set the number of seconds the gif should run, with a maximum of 10 seconds. Click the Create gif button on bottom, and it instantly creates the gif and gives you a URL that you can use.
The gif I created above has a URL of:
(And if you want to see Felicia Day doing a lot of other fun stuff, check out her channel, The Flog.)