"The best plans of men and mice often go awry." - Robert Burns
Yesterday I was exploring my Google + stream and I came across a post by John Sowash that flipped this well establish practice upside down. I love learning something new!
John shared the Emoji for Google Chrome Extension and showed how he uses the Emojis to organize his drive folder.
The functionality is really the same as using the special symbols, but it allows me to be a bit more creative when organizing my favorite drive files. I had quite a bit of fun experimenting with different emojis. I loved finding an emoji that I felt connected to the content in a folder.
I've always used colors to connect folders with similar content, but now I can also use the same Emoji to group these related folders together in my Drive View.
I also love the that the Emoji sticks to the drive organization as I dig deeper into my folder structure.
Finally, I had some fun and updated my Twitter Profile. I'm not changing the world of education with Emojis, but I am having some creative fun.