Google Drive is an amazing free resource that can help you be more efficient in your schoolwork. All you need is a Gmail account, which is free, and you can access your documents, projects, papers and images when you log in.
If you are working on a paper at the library or at school and you are not quite finished, you can save it to Google Drive and then access it at home by simply logging in to your email. A small icon at the top right of your email screen allows you to access Drive and the other free apps in Google’s suite of tools.
You can easily share documents, projects, slideshows and images with your teacher. If you are working on a group project, you can store all your materials in one place so other students in the group can access them at any time.
To learn more about Google Drive, go to google.com/drive/using-drive/. The Google Drive Help Center, support.google.com/drive/?hl=en#topic=6069797, is another terrific place to get answers to your questions and quickly learn to use this resource.
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