Join Jess Stratton for an in-depth discussion in this video Searching your files, part of Migrating from Office 2010 to Google Apps.
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- Just like you can search your Desktop files…using your operating system,…you can search for your files that are on Google Drive.…Before you search, don't forget that…if it's a file you accessed recently,…it's probably listed right at the top in the Recent section.…And if it's file that somebody shared with you,…you can find that in the Shared with me section.…Also, if it's for a file that…you know that you'll be using a lot,…or if it's for a current project that you're working on,…you can add a star to the file to mark it as a favorite.…
To add a star, right-click on the file and select Add star.…You'll see a star beside it, and now,…if you wanna find that file quickly,…choose the Starred section from the navigation bar.…Let's search for some files.…In its simplest form, you can type words or phrases…in the search bar and find your file that way.…Google Drive will search the contents of your document,…as well as the document title.…In fact, while you're typing, as you can see,…search results will be popping up…
- Understanding security and storage space on Google Drive
- Uploading and downloading files
- Converting files
- Sharing files with others
- Suggesting edits instead of tracking changes
- Replacing Word, Excel, and PowerPoint with Google apps
- Switching from Outlook to Gmail and Google Calendar
- Running the Google Migration
Skill Level Beginner
1. Considerations before Migrating
2. Starting the Migration
3. Working in Google Drive
4. Working with Google Docs
5. Converting Contacts, Calendar, and Email from Outlook
Next steps2m 9s
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