Friday, September 27, 2013

Google Drive: Creating Dynamic Online Documents

Google Drive has been a pillar of Google's products for a while now, and many people are still strictly using Drive as an online repository for files so that they can be accessed anytime, anywhere. Today, I'm here to tell you that you can use Drive for more.  

If you just think Google Drive is Google's version of DropBox then you're only partially right.  Sure you can store your files here, but did you know you can also create documents and then let your friends, coworkers, and classmates modify these documents as needed? You can also create important documents and share them with people and make it so they can only view the document without the ability to modify the file itself.  Google Drive is not limited to strictly being able to edit text files, you can also create and edit slide show presentations, spreadsheets, forms and you can even draw.  

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