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    How to Share Your Google Drive

    Google Drive is great for sharing all types of assets - spreadsheets, documents, pdfs, and folders, but can be really confusing when you’re trying to invite others to collaborate with you or share a file. From the most basic level, there are two ways to share: Right click the file or folder from the list and click share Copy the URL of the file or folder and paste it in an email But it gets more confusing from there:

    How to Share Your Google Drive

    Google Drive is great for sharing all types of assets - spreadsheets, documents, pdfs, and folders, but can be really confusing when you’re trying to invite others to collaborate with you or share a file. From the most basic level, there are two ways to share: Right click the file or folder from the list and click share Copy the URL of the file or folder and paste it in an email But it gets more confusing from there:

    How to use Google Drive Labels

    Rolling out their latest feature, Google Drive is now offering labels to help you organize your files. But what can you do with labels in Google Drive? And what are the limitations? As Google describes it, “Labels are metadata you define to help you organize, find, and apply policy to items in Drive, Docs, Sheets, and Slides. Drive labels are useful for many common workplace scenarios for organizing files, including record management, classification, structured finding, workflow, reporting, auditing, and more.

    How to use Google Drive Labels

    Rolling out their latest feature, Google Drive is now offering labels to help you organize your files. But what can you do with labels in Google Drive? And what are the limitations? As Google describes it, “Labels are metadata you define to help you organize, find, and apply policy to items in Drive, Docs, Sheets, and Slides. Drive labels are useful for many common workplace scenarios for organizing files, including record management, classification, structured finding, workflow, reporting, auditing, and more.

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