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Yes. Share the folder, and go into Advanced. Choose either public on the web or anyone-with-the-link, and then set the value to Can edit.


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Before Google Drive existed, someone came up with the idea to use Gmail to store files. At the time, Gmail offered more storage than any of the nascent cloud storage solutions. (The free offerings, at least.) From what I recall, it worked by attaching files to special messages in your "Drafts" folder and there was a Web interface that let you work with ...


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Search for to: to retrieve all documents shared with someone. You can also search by visibility. See Google Drive Help: Find items in Google Drive


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Turn on offline access You can work on files on a Chrome browser even when you’re not connected to the Internet. Chrome automatically syncs files in Drive, Docs, Sheets, and Slides so you can view and edit files offline. https://support.google.com/docs/answer/2375012?hl=en


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I do not think that Google Forms has any feature like that. One option might be to ask respondents for their email address (or some other identifier) and only to accept the first entry (ie the one with the minimum date/time) each day.


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Short Answer Google Drive UI title search doesn't search for word variants and doesn't include wildcards. Workarounds Some alternatives are: do a search to display all the related files, then use the browser in-page search (Ctrl+F), use Google Drive for PC/Mac to be able to use the OS file search features, use a Google Apps Script / Google Drive ...


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If you don't like the extra whitespace, just delete any extra carriage returns after the table of contents object. For example, select some text within the first line after the table of contents, click format -> line spacing and select "remove space before paragraph".


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For Google drive files (docs, sheets, slides etc.) you can select file>Published to the web... This will create a PUBLIC dynamically linked url that can be directly shared on facebook etc. or embedded. Note as this is dynamic if you change the file these changes will also be posted to the internet. For other files in Google drive you need to go to the ...


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Seems like they can't be accessed from anyone but the app itself: The user cannot directly access data in the hidden app folders, only the app can access them. This is designed for configuration or other hidden data that the user should not directly manipulate. (The user can choose to delete the data to free up the space used by it.) The only way ...


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Google Docs doesn't support watermarks. However, there is a way to edit a file with a watermark (but not with the Google Docs API) with Microsoft Office (later you can edit it online) PART 1 1. Create a new document (.docx) and open it with MS office 2. Go to 'Page Layout' tab 3. A couple of options should appear. Click 'Create custom watermark' ...


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What's in "Shared with me" “Shared with me” only lists files and folders that include your email address in their share settings. You won’t see files with share settings set to “Anyone with the link” or “Public.” Instead, try searching your Google Drive or looking for these items in the "All items" view (old Drive only). Instead of "Shared ...


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Yes, Google Photos can access photos saved in Google Drive. The Google Drive search view in Google Photos displays photos by date, not by the Google Drive folder structure. From How Google Drive works with Google Photos - Photos Help View your Google Drive photos & videos in Google Photos In Google Photos, you can do things like create ...


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It does not appear to be possible. Google Drive's focus is in the cloud, so if you tell it not to sync a directory, it will remove that directory from your local storage, but will keep the file(s) in the cloud. There is no setting to change that behavior. You'll need to store the files elsewhere. If you're trying to have quick access to related files, you ...


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From Migrate data between Google Apps accounts - Google Apps Help Migrate data between Google Apps accounts If you create a new Google Apps account for your organization, you can migrate your Gmail and Contacts data as well as information in Google Calendar, Drive, and Sites from your old Google Apps account to your new one. You can also ...


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Short answer To make that a shared file or folder appear in "My Drive" of the account to which those items were shared, the account user should move those items to the account "My Drive". Otherwise the items will become orphaned. Proposed "scenario" User A created a folder. User A shared the folder with User B and made User B owner. User B logged in and ...


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Line breaks inside a Google Sheets cell are encoded as CHAR(10). (The function CHAR returns the character with specified numeric code, and 10 is used to represent new line control character.) So, you should use =SPLIT(D3,CHAR(10))


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No there is no such feature available at the moment.


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At this time Google Drive doesn't include a view nor a search operator to find only orphaned files. From [1]: To find an orphaned item, do one of the following: Search for the item in the search box at the top of Google Drive on the web. If you own the orphaned item, you can get a list of everything you own and look for the item in that list. ...


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Just change /edit in the end of the link to /copy. Before: ... B3iw8gTpKwAW8/edit After: ... B3iw8gTpKwAW8/copy


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There is no way to block the download option of a shared Google spreadsheet. Instead save it as another file format or create a Web App. References Prevent viewers from downloading a file - Docs editors Help


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In your code you wrote: var file = DriveApp.getFilesByName('test123.pdf') file is now an object containing all files with the name 'test123.pdf' The file in the object you want is file[0] In order to get the file you want, you can use MailApp.sendEmail(emailAddress, subject, message, { attachments: [file[0].getAs(MimeType.PDF)], })


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I make a new Google Doc and I paste my url on the page as a hyperlink and name it. Make sure when you use this that your mode for the Google Doc is in viewing mode.


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This could be because one your columns is formatted as plain text, not as numbers. This restricts the roles of axes, as text values are automatically assumed to be labels. Using the input from your example, with both columns formatted as numbers, I have no problem using Column A as labels:


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The button to change the text wrap option is slightly hidden. Hence, adding a screenshot from the new Google Sheets UI.



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