UNIT - 0Introduction to Online Learning & Google DrivesCLC3509 _ 1.1Upload files to Drive on the web1.2Store files using a desktop sync client1.3Upload files from your phone or tablet1.1 Upload files to Drive on the web One way to store files in Drive is to upload a copy of them using your web browser: 1.Go to Drive. 2.Click NEW, select File uploador Folder upload, and then choose the file or folder you want to upload. 3.Click Open. If you’re using the latest version of Chrome or Firefox®, you can simply drag files directly from your computer to the Drivepage on your browser. If you upload a file that matches the name of an existing file, Drive will add it as a new version, instead of creating a duplicate. To see the previous version of that file, manage versions. When you see Upload complete, your files have uploaded successfully and can be accessed in any browser or device that has Drive installed. 1.2 Store files using a desktop sync client
UNIT - 0Introduction to Online Learning & Google DrivesCLC3509 _ If you like to open and work on files from your desktop and also store them in Drive, install Google Drive for Mac/PC. This desktop sync client is convenient for storing a large collection of files that would otherwise take a long time to upload. (If you decide later to uninstall the client, your Drive files won’t be affected and can still be accessed from Drive on the web.) Google Drive for Mac/PCis only available if your G Suite administrator has turned it on for your organization or team. To use the client, you install Drive on your computer, which creates a desktop folder named Google Drive. This folder works like any other folder on your computer, except that anything you put in it automatically syncs to the web and to any other devices with Drive installed. Install Drive on your computer: 1.Go to the Drive download page. 2.Click Download Driveand select Mac and PC. 3.Click Accept and Install. 4.Follow the instructions to install Drive. Move files to the Drive desktop folder: Now that you’ve installed Drive on your computer, you can store files right from your desktop.
UNIT - 0Introduction to Online Learning & Google DrivesCLC3509 _ 1.Decide which files you want to store in Drive. 2.Organize the files in folders the way you want them to appear in Drive. 3.Move the files and folders into the Drive folder on your computer. From now on, these files exist in the Drive folder and are synced with other devices that also have Drive installed. If your Internet connection breaks or you need to go offline in the middle of a sync, Google Drive for Mac/PCpicks up where it left off when you’re back online. 1.3 Upload files from your phone or tablet You can also use the Drive app to store files on your Android or iOS device. (If you decide later to uninstall the app, your Drive files won’t be affected and can still be accessed from Drive on the web.) 1.Depending on your device, choose one of these options: oAndroid phone or tablet:Tap Google Play .