How to Use Google Drive: 7 Tutorials
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There are several ways to add a file to your Google Drive. You can create documents in your browser, upload them from your computer, or automatically copy files to Google Drive from another service. Let’s go over every method. Create New Files in Google Docs, Sheets, Forms, and Slides...read more
Want to back up all of the documents, images, and other files you've stored on Google Drive? You can grab all of those files from Google Takeout right now, then set things up so all new files are automatically backed up to another cloud service. Here's how. Grab...read more
Google Drive is an online storage service that gives you 15GB of cloud storage for free. You can use it to store and create documents, share folders and files with other people, or as a middle ground for collecting and transferring data to external services. What makes Google Drive special...read more
Want to send an email attachment over to Google Drive? You can do that in a single click, or you can set things up so the transfer happens automatically. How to Save Gmail Attachments to Google Drive Manually First open the email with the attachment. Hover your mouse over the...read more
We've outlined the best PDF editor apps— and Google Drive isn't one of them. For filling in forms and editing layout, you might want to download your PDF from Drive and use one of those apps. But Google Drive can work in a pinch. Google Drive makes it...read more