I happened to need this feature to "reference" an old email with my colleagues. And I managed to do this with "rfc822msgid:" search operator.
Copy the Message-ID from the header of the message you want to reference, then search for it. For example, the Message-ID is email@example.com and you can search for rfc822msgid:firstname.lastname@example.org in the Gmail ...
If the See revision history is greyed out or you can't select it, the document you are viewing does not allow you to edit and hence, you can't see the revision history.
This is usually the case when the owner of the document has set you to either:
To be able to see the revision history your permissions on the document must be either ...
If you know the email addresses of the people you have shared files with, all you have to do is enter the following search in Google Drive's search bar:
to: [email address]
Google Drive will then show all files shared with that user.
I know this answer is a bit late, but there is a new solution to this problem.
Check out https://whohasaccess.com to uncover all the people that access your shared files and folders.
Disclaimer: I'm part of the team that developed WhoHasAccess.
There is no way to get a link or to share an email or thread with another person using just Gmail. Gmail gives you a unique URL in the address bar for each message thread but that URL is only accessible after you have logged in to your account, so another user would not be able to access the link.
Gmail Labs has a Create a Document feature but the document ...
A basic search on Google is /search?q=<query>
to make it an image search, simply add &tbm=isch
to add additional criteria to your search, use the advanced search tool, and only add the value of &tbs=<criteria> from the results.
for example, a >= 4 ...
The problem seems to be the part after the #, but it works if you use the Google Advanced Image Search directly.
The full URL that you will get for the search above:
This is not possible right now, but it's something we're considering for the future. There are serious design challenges around doing this. Consider that users and labels might differ between the two boards. Visibility might even differ. It's not a small feature and we'd have to carefully consider the value added vs. other features we could add.
You can use nFiles. Simply forward your email to email@example.com.
This will turn your email into a web page similar to this: https://nfil.es/w/hI6JK9/
Then you can share the URL of your email messages to your friends via email, IM or social media.
This is possible as well without an applet like in the other answer.
You can only set up notifications for yourself. You won’t get notifications when you make changes on your spreadsheet, but you’ll get notifications when others make changes.
On your computer, open a spreadsheet in Google Sheets.
At the top, click Tools ￼> Notification rules.
In the window ...
As you might expect, there are multiple ways of doing this. There's using the timestamp to get the permalink (as detailed by Eight Days of Malaise), then there's this:
The down-pointing arrow in the upper right of any post offers a menu (see below).
"Link to this post" is the direct link to the post.
You will be limited to seeing only the people who shared the link publicly (according to their privacy settings).
Go to http://www.facebook.com/search.php
Enter the link or better the title of the link/video title (in case of YouTube video)
You will be able to limit the Posts results by your friends or everyone (e.g. example)
It is not possible to have a "folder of links" in Drive.
What you can do is create a document and put the links in there. This document can be easily shared with others.
But, as @Krampus mentions, there are plenty of bookmark-sharing services available. Google even has its own one: Google Bookmarks.
Another one I used before is Delicious. Wikipedia has a ...
The original accepted answer is out of date. The current steps are:
Navigate to https://www.youtube.com/
Click your account icon at the top right, and select "Creator Studio" from the menu.
In the videos panel click the "Edit" button next to the video you with to share.
On the "Basic Info" tab, ensure, the privacy is set to "Private". Otherwise, the option ...
Update 2013-Oct-4: Looks like this doesn't work anymore. Now Google Docs Presentation seems to retrieve image-by-URL once upon inserting, and therefore no website tracking tools work anymore.
Update 2014-Jan-11: Seems to be working for Sheets but not Docs
Any web site analytics tool can help. For example, www.statcounter.com (it's free):
Go to statcounter....
At the top of the post there will be a timestamp between the name of the Google+ user and sharing range.
Click on that and you'll get a page for that post alone.
That link is what you can share with other users not on Google+.
I created a public folder. When I attempt to create a new document in that folder, Google Drive tells me:
Do you want to create the element in a shared folder? The created
element will have the same sharing settings as the selected folder.
This suggests that I can't have a private document in a shared folder.
But what if I created the document first, ...
Google Drive does not offer the option to search for other users' public documents (see here).
However, it is possible for users to find these documents via Google Search using a filter. In order to search exclusively for public Google documents, a user would have to search using the following:
To create a tool ...
Even if you have Edit permission, sometimes the File -> "See revision history" menu option is grey-out. I've seen this happen after the page has been loaded in a tab for a long time.
In this situation, reloading the Chrome tab for the Sheet has restored the Revision History menu option.
jsfiddle.net/YourUsername/uvdNV/1 ← first version
jsfiddle.net/YourUsername/uvdNV/2 ← second version
jsfiddle.net/YourUsername/uvdNV/3 ← third version
jsfiddle.net/YourUsername/uvdNV/n ← nth version
jsfiddle.net/YourUsername/uvdNV/ ← this is the base, you pick which version
You control the base to be any of the above.
Good practice is, when ...
Whoever tagged you in the photo has their privacy set to only be visable to those who are tagged, NOT the tagged person's friends. It's a "custom" visability setting. They'd have to go in and change it to where the checkbox in the privacy setting area next to "friends of those who are tagged" is checked, not unchecked.
I'm not sure if you can block only shares and likes.
What you can do, though, is clicking the downward arrow on a post by one of those users, and selecting "Only important" from the "Subscribed to X" section.
True, you will see very few of the things they post (guess what? Only the important ones!), but odds are good that if they constantly share dumb crap,...
While this question already has an accepted answer, I just found an alternative that for me, more closely satisfies the OP's question:
While you can't share URLs as @OrangeBox points out, you can share search queries. Using Gmail's Search Operators, I've found that it's usually pretty easy to return a single result from even a large body of emails.
So the ...
To change your blog to a public blog go here: http://www.tumblr.com/blog/nameOfBlog/settings
Scroll to Password section (near the bottom)
Uncheck the box labeled: "Password protect this blog"
I wasn't able to find this setting on my existing Tumblr blogs
It may be that once you post something public you can't turn it back into private ...
This feature is missing for a reason. Not necessarily a good reason, but certainly a reason.
The idea is that the people who were permitted initially may be responding the way they are with the understanding that the share was limited, and opening it up to more changes that expectation. This is particularly true if they've already replied to the message.
I guess Facebook heard you because just 1 month after you posted it, it now happens by itself when you click "share" (unless you uncheck the option). Well, as long as you abide by the following rules:
The secondary post must be completely public.
The original item must be an external link and not a Facebook post.
You share the secondary post on a ...