You can also personalize and organize Google Keep by adding images! Check out the example to the right and Casey shows how here. Casey says that, "It’s easy to add an image to a note in Google Keep. Just click on the image icon and upload an image."
Casey has a list to the right of 15 ways that students could use Google Keep.
They also can/should learn how to buddy Google Keep with their Drive. This might be just the organizational tool that a student needs for that big project!
Check out the example below with Mario Anima's GIF
And what about Matt's #10 idea from his post:
Transcribe printed notes or words into text.
Snap a photo of someone’s notes or a quote you need to transcribe. Choose “Grab image text” from the three dots at the bottom. Keep reads the text and changes it into editable text in your note.
(Note: It struggles with handwritten text, especially if it’s small and it’s not in straight lines.)
You can do similar action within Google Drive - if you would like more information on that see this previous Explore post.