Google Drive Makeover: Organizing Files and Folders

Google Drive Makeover: Organizing Files and Folders
Google Drive Makeover: Organizing Files and Folders
English | MP4 | AVC 1280×720 | AAC 48KHz 2ch | 0h 39m | 195 MB

Discover ways to use and organize your files and folders online inside Google Drive. Beginning with a basic overview of how Google drive works, productivity expert and professional organizer Suzanna Kaye moves on to an exploration of unique features and shares her simple search-based filing system that makes working with Google Drive fast and easy. Suzanna also covers common mistakes to avoid, troubleshooting, and how to share files with others.

Topics include:

  • Digital file organization structures
  • Search-based digital file organization
  • Examples of file organizing structures
  • Best practices for easy file access
  • Naming your files for easy searching
  • Avoiding duplicates in docs and sheets
  • Auto uploads and backups
  • Organizing shared files
  • Finding lost files
  • Restoring deleted files
Table of Contents

1 Get and stay organized in Google Drive
2 How Google Drive works
3 Google Drive apps for browser, desktop, and mobile
4 Traditional digital file organization
5 Search-based digital file organization
6 Some sample file organizing structures
7 What Google Drive does differently
8 Make the most of favorites and Workspaces
9 Avoiding duplicates in Google Drive
10 Understanding auto uploads and backups
11 The ins and outs of shared files
12 Organizing shared files
13 I can’t find my file
14 I accidentally deleted my file
15 Next steps