Google Drive is a cloud storage service that allows you to store up to 30GB of data. Since your data is saved to Google's servers, you can access your files anywhere you have an internet connection. You can upload documents, presentations, pictures, videos, and anything else you may need.
NOTE: Standard image, video, and text file types are supported by Google Drive. You can view the same files as you can using Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Adobe Reader, and many others including .ZIP and .RAR file types. A full list of the file types can be found here.
You will be able to access Google Drive by going to the Google Apps for OSU login portal. If you are already logged in to Google Apps for OSU but are using a different app, you may click Drive at the top of any Google page.
There are 4 key features you might be interested in:
To create a file, click the red "Create" button (labeled as 1 in the screenshot). This option allows you to create folders, text documents, presentations, spreadsheets, forms, drawings and more! Simply choose the file type you wish to make.
If you wish to upload a file or folder from your local computer, click the red "Upload" button (labeled as 2 in the screenshot) and select the files or folders you wish to add to the drive.
To download a file that is saved on the Drive:
Sometimes you will want to share your file with another person:
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