These are articles and blogs that I have found that may be of interest to those using Chromebooks.

Microsoft Office for Chromebooks is Now Available

Microsoft Office for Chromebooks is Now Available

Chromebooks that support Android apps can now install Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, and OneNote from the Play Store. Android app support for Chromebooks has been under development for a couple of years now. With the latest Chrome OS update, apps from the Play Store have finally hit the mainstream for Chromebooks. If you have a Chromebook that supports Android apps, you can install apps from the Play Store just like you would on an Android tablet or smartphone. It’s confirmed that this now includes the Microsoft Office applications for Android. Read on for the details.
How to Switch From a PC to a Chromebook

How to Switch From a PC to a Chromebook

Chromebooks are known for being inexpensive and lasting a long time on a charge. But switching to a Chromebook from a Windows PC doesn't happen without some effort. The cloud-based notebooks are lean and fast, they rely almost entirely on the browser, and you can't use them for non-Android games. However, new models such as the Google Pixelbook 2 are nimble enough to help you stay super productive. Google Docs and Gmail are just the start. Here's how to get up to speed quickly with a quirky new Chromebook.
Dictation is Coming to Chromebooks

Dictation is Coming to Chromebooks

Dictation seems to be landing as an accessibility feature. Here is the description from the code change request:
5 Great Ways to Edit Video on Your Chromebook

5 Great Ways to Edit Video on Your Chromebook

It's better (and easier) than you thought it was. One of the biggest criticisms of a Chromebook is the lack of good programs for content creation. Any time you read an article on the internet about using a Chromebook, inevitably someone in the comments will mention Photoshop or Adobe Premiere as the reason they can't use one, and they might be right. If you absolutely need Photoshop or Premiere and all the features they come with, you can't expect to do it on a Chromebook without a lot of fuss.