Previously, when you uploaded different versions of the same file to Google Drive, you’d end up with duplicate file names like this: File (1), File (2), and so forth, making your files messy and hard to search through. Google has recently introduced a deduplication feature designed to combat this exact problem.
If you don’t have the right software, filling out PDF forms on your computer can be a frustrating experience. Luckily, this (free) trick using Google Drive makes filling out PDF forms a breeze.
We’ve teamed up with our friends at Google for Work and put our heads together to select a few awesome add-ons for you. These will boost your productivity across G Suite, allowing you to get a lot more done in less time. Watch the latest episode of the Apps Show and read the article to learn more about our recommendations!
Adding Google Drive files to Evernote used to be a cumbersome process that involved a lot of copying and pasting, but it’s become a lot easier. If you want to learn a simple, seamless way to add Drive files to Evernote, check this out.
Our friends at Google for Work have put together some expert tips on how to perfectly organize your Drive folders. Watch the latest episode of The Apps Show to hear their recommendations on how to structure your Drive and make it easy to navigate.
Nowadays, we’re using our mobile devices to do more and more–and this includes working on files in Google Drive. If you want an extra layer of security, you can password protect your Drive files on your iPhone or iPad. This way, if your device ever falls into the wrong hands, the data inside your Drive account can be safeguarded. Here’s how to do it.
You probably don’t give much thought to how you name your Drive files, but given how many documents we use every day, your files can quickly get messy and lost if you don’t have a good naming convention in place. Here are some tips for creating your own naming conventions so that your Drive files stay neat, organized, and easily searchable.
IFTTT (which stands for If This, Then That) is a free service that uses simple “if this, then that” statements–i.e., “if this happens, then take this action”–to automate common tasks. You can use these “recipes” for lots of apps that you use on a daily basis. Here are three automation recipes you can use for Google Apps.
If you want to add Google Drive files to Dropbox, there’s a simple way to do it–one that doesn’t involve the hassle and inconvenience of messy file conversions. This can …
We receive many types of notifications in a day and they can become quite pesky. Sharing notifications can stack up throughout the day, and they’re sometimes the easiest notifications to …