Google drive tips and tricks 2016
Mastering Google Drive and Docs by Saqib KhanGoogle Drive is an amazing cloud storage service that apart from storing, sharing and syncing files, offers an online office suite which allow its users to create Documents, Presentations, Spreadsheets, Drawings and Forms. But that’s not all! Users can also connect various apps and extensions to Drive and expand its functionality to a greater extent.
Drive’s sharing and collaborating feature are surely one of its strong points, and are very useful for businesses or even a personal user. Best of all – the collaboration happens in real time and it’s you who controls who can see, edit or comment on your document. You can also use Drive when in offline mode. You will learn about all these features and how to take advantage of them using this book.
Apart from teaching you how to use Google Drives sync program and its office features, this book also teaches you how to get the most out of Drive. For example; do you know that you can scan documents and photos with Drive? Do you know that you can add Drive shortcut to Send To menu? Do you know that you can backup your iOS contacts to Google Spreadsheet?
This book teaches you many such tips and tricks that will help you to master Google Drive. If used well, these tips are surely going to improve your productivity. All the information presented in this book is in simple plain English – no complicated technical jargon at all. You’ll learn everything with step-by-step instructions and necessary screenshots.
Update: The book has been updated with the all new Add-ons menu information, with some more tips.
Google Drive Tips and Tricks
5 Google Drive tips you'll kick yourself for not knowing
Take your Google Drive experience to the next level with these five handy tips. Are you getting the most out of Google Drive? If you don't know, check out these tips that could make your experience of using Google Drive even better. The standard shortcuts in Google Drive for features like cut, paste, select all, print all work as expected, but there are other shortcuts you'll want to know. This is the short list:. For the full list of Google Drive keyboard shortcuts, check out this official Google page.
Setting up Google Accounts for Businesses is what we at Boost2Business always recommend to our customers. Backing up and storing data on an external drive or cloud is the safest way of preventing any data loss and sharing data easily with your coworkers and external collaborators. Whether you are a regular Gmail User or you have an Enterprise Account, here are a few master tricks on how to utilize the Google Drive feature. Google Drive will scan through the text in PDFs and images and find that brochure or flyer for you easily. You can even extract text to a certain extent if you open up the image with Google Docs. Search by document types, specific keywords, dates, location, owners, etc… Needless to say, Google knows a bit of something about fast searching, so we suggest you utilize this options.
Start using these lesser-known keyboard shortcuts
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Back in , I moved over from Dropbox to Google Drive and found a few unexpected benefits. At first, I had a little trouble managing the space since the 1TB on my Google Drive was bigger than my HDD, but after I got that sorted I started to learn some of the deeper features of Google Drive, some of which are pretty cool. Below is a big list of the top tips and tricks I have learned from my experience with the platform. Before we start, I wanted to offer you a bonus upgrade of 25 Gmail tips you can use to get super-fast at reducing your inbox to zero. Google Drive got its early breaks in the market by being far superior at collaborating with others than any other tool out there. This still holds true today. You can have a ton of people working on a document simultaneously and things will still run smoothly.