One of the key services that Google Drive provides is the ability to share artifacts with other users and determine what kind of access they have to the item. The selling point for the Google Drive app is two-fold: 1-have a local copy of all of the artifacts stored in the ‘My Drive’ area of your Google Drive account that sync changes automatically, and 2-quickly edit artifacts that are not currently supported by the Drive viewer in the cloud (e.g. Numbers spreadsheet, SMART Notebook, Photoshop project). Now, Google has taken these two separate services and brought them together.
This tutorial will show how to access the share permissions for an artifact in Google Drive from the Google Drive App on your Mac or Windows computer.
- To learn more about share permissions in Google Drive, click here.
- To learn more about the Google Drive App for Mac/PC, click here.
- To download the Google Drive App, click here.