Saving files to Google Drive is easy.
- Simply open your Google Drive (drive.google.com).
- Create a folder where you will upload your files by clicking New -> Folder (see Figure 1).
- In Windows, open the File Explorer and locate the folder that you would like to move (see Figure 2).
- Click and hold the folder that you want to move. Move your cursor to the Google Drive folder that you created in step 2 and release the folder there.
What kinds of files can you upload to Google Drive?
You can upload documents, spreadsheets, presentations, images, audios, and videos files to Google Drive. You are not limited to Google Doc files.
But isn't Google Drive just for Google Docs?
Google Drive does contain an suite of Office Apps but it is much more than just that. Google Drive also allows you to store files of any type in the cloud as a backup.
Can I share the files that I store in Google Drive?
That is one of the bonuses of storing your files in Google Drive. You can share your files with other teachers, your students, or anyone. You can also include the link to files stored in Google Drive in emails, on your class website, and more.