https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/<<insert your document ID>>/copy?&title=DocTitlefirstname.lastname@example.org
Looking at your question, I think there are a few key differences.
do NOT include the gid reference
do NOT wrap your email address in quotes.
if you have multiple email addresses to invite, separate each by a ...
I also had the problem of displaying the file size in Google Drive. And by chance I found a solution: search for example .pdf files in your Drive. Then left click down on "Storage space" After that the size of each PDF file will be displayed in descending order.
For searching a single file type, instead of using the generic type (drawing, document, form, presentation, script, site, spreadsheet, among others) use the "corresponding" MIME types.
Note: Some "official" MIME types doesn't work, instead we have to use non-official.
In other words, instead of
One imperfect solution is to use the - operator to remove results that are not the files you want to find, e.g., -.doc excludes files matching that pattern.
Caveat: if you have a Google Docs file named Letter.doc that is a Word file converted to Google Docs, it will be (wrongly) excluded, because part of the file matches -.doc. As such, this answer is ...
The person who requested the file is a new employee for the old company I worked for. My google account is no longer logged in but the chrome history still remains. This person must have accessed the file via history. As my account is no longer logged in, drive decided to request access.
If you own the document, you can move the document to the bin. If you don't own the document, you can remove yourself from the list of users that the document has been shared with. That way, it will no longer appear in your "Shared with me" section, or in your search results.
Editors in a shared folder in Google Drive can do these things:
They can move these files, even out of the shared folder. In this case, the owner won't see the file in its location, but can still access it by finding it with the search feature, or by clicking a link that points to it. The owner remains the owner of the file.
They can add new files to the ...
An identical question has been asked on StackOverflow - .ipynb file in Google Drive doesn't open with Colaboratory by default. The accepted answer by @JeffRush can be summarised as follows:
"If you want to get that icon you should save a copy from Colab"
His detailed answer includes an explanation of the steps to do this.
I'm working on transcriptions of baptisms and grouping by family. I need to search for names to see if I already have a family listed. I used to be able to do the regular "search" from Google Chrome and search the document for even one word. It stopped working in the last couple of weeks.
So just now I tried the search and replace - I put in ...
I had a similar problem where I got "Can't sync your changes. Please copy your recent edits, then revert your changes." every time I tried to delete a row. Making a copy of the sheet resolved my issue as I no longer had the issue in the new sheet. (WARNING: Lost my edit history as it history does not get copied).
Something I noticed and not sure if ...