Join Jess Stratton for an in-depth discussion in this video Finding docs others have shared with you, part of Google Docs Essential Training.
- There's a few ways to view a document…that somebody else has shared with you.…The first way is via an email…that you'll get from Google Docs itself.…It's going to give you a direct link…to open the document in Google Docs.…However, if you don't have that email anymore…or didn't get it, the document can…also be found somewhere else.…Point your browser to drive.google.com.…You'll see the contents of your Drive on the left-hand side.…If it's a very long list, you can click the triangle…to collapse the contents of your Drive.…
Click "Incoming" on the left-hand side.…This is a link of all the files…that other people have shared with you.…It doesn't have to be just Google Docs.…It can also be spreadsheets,…presentations, and Google Drawings.…Here's the document that somebody shared with me.…I can click directly on it from here,…and start accessing it and editing it immediately.…At any time, if I want to find this document,…I can always look in my Incoming area.…However, if I want to add it to the contents of my Drive,…
- Creating, naming, saving, and editing docs
- Formatting text
- Creating a table of contents
- Inserting images and tables
- Copying, renaming, and moving docs
- Publishing docs on the web
- Sharing docs
- Translating docs
- Using Google Docs on mobile devices
Skill Level Appropriate for all
1. Getting Started with Google Docs
Navigating Google Docs2m 58s
2. Editing Google Docs
3. Working with Images
4. Working with Tables
5. Working with Google Docs
6. Collaborating with, and Sharing, Google Docs
7. Using Google Docs on a Mobile Device
Working with docs in the app3m 41s
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