Google Drive is a full storage and collaboration suite comparable to Microsoft Office and OneDrive. This course covers tips and tricks for using Google Drive, and it should be assumed that the user fully understands how to use the app already. This course will show users where they can go to get caught up before watching.
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- [Voiceover] Google Drive is Google's storage and collaboration software suite. You may already have a Google account for work or school. But, if not, you can create your own account for free, which gives you access to all Google products, such as Gmail, YouTube, Google Calendar, Google Voice, and Google Drive. In fact, contained in Google Drive are three fantastic apps you can use as a full collaboration suite, comparable to Microsoft Office. Those apps are Google Docs, for word processing, Google Sheets, for spreadsheet creation, and Google Slides, to make presentations.
In fact, you can even create surveys online. But I'm going to show you some tips that you can do with Google Drawings to make social media posts, and even flow charts. We have courses on all of these products. In fact, I've done many of them myself. There are a few courses you should watch before this one if you're not familiar enough with Google Drive. This course does make some assumptions that you already know how to use Google Drive. You can search for all of our Google courses to find full training courses on Google Drive, Google Docs, and Google Sheets.
- Making Google Drive the default save location
- Downloading Google Docs files
- Converting files when uploading
- Automatically substituting text
- Using templates
- Creating interactive geocharts
- Creating flowcharts and social media posts with Google Drawings
- Working offline
- Searching for docs and links with Google Search