Learn more about sharing an existing document and how to choose a collaborator and set permissions. In addition, discover how to add a Google Drive link to an email message to share a file or folder.
- [Instructor] You have three choices…for sharing a document…created using Google's online productivity apps.…You can create a new document and then share it,…you can create a new document…inside a shared folder on Google Drive,…or you can copy and move an existing file…into a shared folder.…As an example,…I'll start a new Google Doc,…one that I want to share with someone else.…I'll type "Promotional Ideas,"…and set that text to the title font,…and then I can continue typing the rest of the text.…
You see that the document doesn't have…an official name yet,…but if I click right here,…the title text is set as the document's name.…This isn't because it's formatted as title text.…It's just because it's the first line of the document.…And then you can edit the name, as well,…but I'm good with this name.…Now, by default,…this document is saved in my Google Drive's root folder.…There it is.…It's not shared with anyone, as you can see,…because its icon looks normal.…It doesn't have the little people next to it.…
But also in the document itself,…
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- Understanding G Suite and Google apps
- Exploring Google Drive
- Sharing files and folders
- Receiving a shared invite
- Sharing a document
- Managing shared documents
- Adding comments
- Creating a shared schedule
- Collaborating in real time
- Building a project site
- Presenting online