If you’re too busy to read an article, you might want to make use of the new Chrome OS select-to-speech feature. Jack Wallen shows you how.
Sometimes, it’s more efficient to have something read to you. You might be busy with another admin task, or you’re working with your hands and don’t have the luxury of staring at your screen, or you using your mouse or keypad. When that time arises, you’ll want to be able to use your operating system as a means to an audible end.
It’s a good thing Chrome OS has the feature built-in. But the developers have taken this one step further. Not only can you have an entire document read to you, but you can have selected portions of the document read aloud.
I’m going to show you how to do just that.
SEE: Electronic communication policy (TechRepublic…