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Google Drive hosted files are not being crawled just because they are public files. The URL of the each file should be included in a website that is being crawled or should be submitted directly to be indexed. In my humble opinion, the easiest way for a small number of URLs, is to share publicly the URL of your files in tools like Google+, Facebook, ...


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Sharing a Google file with anyone on the web will show the file in the Google Docs app, meaning that users will see the Google Docs toolbar and could see changes in realtime. Using Publish to the web creates a version out of the Google Docs app, meaning users will not see the Google Docs toolbar, they will see changes in real time, meaning that they should ...


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The characters you enter in the filter box are matched to the beginning of any word in the cell content. So, @ will match "a @ b" or "a @b", but not "a@b". To filter based on a pattern that is not a beginning of a word, you can use a workaround with REGEXMATCH, e.g., entering in another column: =IF(REGEXMATCH(A2,"@"),"email","not email") and then ...


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On September 2, 2014 Google announced custom themes. See Your forms, your way post on Google Drive blog. The steps from the related help article Add a theme to a form - Docs Editors Help are the following: Create a custom theme If you want even more control over how your form looks, you can create your own custom theme. Open the form. ...


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At this time Google Docs embed images could doesn't have a URL that users could get from the edit view. You could publish the document as a web page (see Publish a document, spreadsheet, presentation, or drawing) and get the image URL from the source of the resulting web page. There are more alternatives like add the image to a Google Drawing. You will be ...


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At this time, Google Drive doesn't have access control for files to be used as web resources for a website.


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At this time, there is no way to limit a user to send a response, but you could allow only one response per user. See View and manage users responses


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Many of you have probably accidentally backed up full-size photos to Google+ like myself in the past. Now that Google lets us view all our Google+ photos in Google Drive, we could install Google Drive in our PC and have all the photos there. This gives us the chance to downsize all our full-size photos. I've been dishing up an app to resize all photos in ...


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Yes. There is a sort button on the top right corner. If u want to see changes, click on the details button. I believe it looks like a circle with the letter "i" on the inside. This will show you a short timeline on the right-hand side of the page.


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It is now possible to merge cells in Google Documents, just like how you would do it in Microsoft Word. From the support page: You can combine or split the cells of a table in a document or a presentation. Merge cells Open a document or presentation. Highlight the cells of a table that you want to combine. Open the Table menu. Select ...


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I created a command-line tool to handle this. After following the setup instructions on the GitHub project, you can run the tool with a specified path prefix and the email address of the new owner: python transfer.py PATH-PREFIX NEW-OWNER-EMAIL After getting authorization from OAuth, it will recursively walk the Google Drive account it got authorization ...


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We are working on releasing support for multi-user organizations, hopefully today or tomorrow, which will allow you to invite other members of your staff to Cognito Forms within a single organizational account. Also, we have lots of customers using our Zapier integration to push entries from Cognito Forms into Google Sheets or uploaded files into Google ...


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Here is a new app Sharing List Manager which can list all your collaborator list of Google Drive files in a Google Spreadsheet. You can also remove them or change their sharing setting directly from the app.


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There isn't any Drive commenting functionality currently built-in into draw.io, so setting to comment only won't do anything. In terms of adding a diagram to a Google Doc, the draw.io Add-on For Google Docs makes that eay.


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Good news! Google has listened and re-added the ability to open the folder that your document is in, but it only works for documents that have been moved to shared folders. I moved this document back to one of my personal folders, and it gave me this: When creating a new document, it gives this interface: And with this interface, I still can't So ...


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As far as I can see, the width is fixed and the only option is going to the "cogwheel" settings option and choose "confortable" or "cosy" or "compact" - and this will result in more or less info to appear in the fixed-width columns... Not a solution, anyway!


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Try this: Go to https://plus.google.com/settings and under "Photo & Video" tick the "Show Drive photos and videos in your photo library" option. Check your video is there in Google+ library. If it is then continue to the next step. Go to https://www.youtube.com/upload and on the right hand side, you should see a option to import videos from google ...


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We've built Paperpile to solve this problem: https://paperpile.com Here is a detailed guide how to add citations and format a bibliography in Google docs: https://paperpile.com/help#guide-gdocs


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If you just want them for Auto Awesome, maybe you don't need to upload them in full resolution. (Since the resolution of most Auto Awesomes is downgraded at creation anyways). Then the photos won't count towards your Google Drive Space at all (free storage). So go to Google+ settings, and pick the option to upload photos in "standard" size (rather than full ...


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I hope there's a more elegant way to do this but - The only way I found around it was to go to google photos and search #AutoAwesome click for larger Then, I clicked the check-mark on the top-left corner of the first photo, scrolled to the end and shift-clicked the check-mark on the last photo. I then went to more- download click for larger Now, I ...


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There is now. Inside any document click Add-ons → Get add-ons... and search for draw.io. Afterwards you will be able to add drawings through Add-ons → Draw.io Diagrams


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To get a list of shared folders you can perform a search of files with name 'desktop.ini', starting from root Google Drive folder.



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