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I would suggest using a URL shortener service which allows tracking who clicked the url. Since you are actually using a google product I actually suggest using Google's URL shortener as it shouldn't bother people since it is a google link going to a google product anyway. There is no native way in Google Drive to see how many people viewed a file.


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This works very well. I've tried without example, just with notes. Unique aditional note that is if you rename the page (Active Sheet), you must erase the funtcion in the cell and retype again, or del a char of function in the cell, of course, it returns an error, so you correct again, 'cause you change de name of active sheet , cell doesn't update the value ...


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Google Docs does calculate in the size of the rendered document and as kind of conceivable, they render the PDF and make it available as Google Docs document. By this, you may easily get 1 MB per page and is likely based on the following google reader limits Bandwidth limits Hope this helps.


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As long as you don't need to parse the contents of the subject line, you can do this with If This Then That. You'll need the Gmail and Google Drive channels. Specifically: Trigger Depending on how you're going to identify the incoming message, you'll use one of the following triggers: Any new email in inbox New email in inbox from New starred email in ...


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Zoom in as big as you can. PrtScn to capture the screen. Paste to image editing software, crop and enjoy.


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A filing cabinet on Google Sites may work. (Disclaimer: I haven't tested it, don't know it's subject to teh same issue that Drive apparently has - but I know that if you simply upload a new file with the same name, the URL is the same.)


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You will need to create API keys for Google Drive and then use them to create a searchable interface like collections in SearchBlox. After you set it up, then periodically index the files for search. http://www.searchblox.com/search-google-drive-part-intranet-website-search


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You're sharing storage amongst Google Drive, Gmail, and Google+ Photos. Go to the web interface and hover your mouse pointer and you'll get a breakdown of what's using your storage: Click the link and you'll get some more details: As you can see, this matches up with what the Google Drive app is reporting:


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I had the very same problem. This worked for me: I am admin of groups A and B of google accounts. Groups have some privileges on some folders. I add Bob to group B. Bob gains all privileges that group B has. THEN Bob logs in Drive. He must search for the most rooted folder that group B has some privilege on. To do the search, search bar at top is used, the ...


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https://www.flickandshare.com/ Allows you to download your sets, you can then re-upload them however you like.


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http://www.flickrtoplus.com/ is a pretty simple 3-step online wizard which authorises to both flickr and google and copies over your sets.


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I don't have an account to confirm, but try clicking on the google square buttons top right of the page after you log in. Is there a way there to add the Admin console? Looking at their help page, it looks like there should be. "Find your own apps in the grid" on the link https://support.google.com/a/answer/182076?hl=en


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This solution works with standard Google files, and with Google Drive desktop web view: In your organization account, select the files that you want to copy, click "Share", and give view or edit permissions to your personal account. Then enter to your personal account, go to "Activity", and in the files you want to copy click on "More actions (the button ...


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You can include a hyperlink to the document by using the format: [ display text](url) [this is a link]( http://google.com ) Which will look like this: this is a link And if you create a bookmark as @Benregn suggested, you can link to a particular part of the gDoc.


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Nope, sorry. The closest is; managing a 1x2 table. (Size, color etc.) Including, sadly, manual contiuation of content in coloumn 2.


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Is it necessary for you to re-upload the file each time you edit it? If you edit the file through the Google Drive web interface (drive.google.com) rather than on a local/desktop application, I don't believe it will alter the URL. Do you have "Drive" installed as an application on your computer so that the files in your Google Drive show up in a local ...



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