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Google Drive macOS Compatibility Changes

Occasionally Google makes changes to improve its products or comply with changes in the operating system. A change with Google Drive for macOS happened recently that will cause any Google Drive aliases to no longer work. You can read more about it in [this Google documentation][1]. The steps to resolve the aliases t…

How to Create a Folder to Share Videos With Staff

Step 1: Go to your Google Drive and Click _New_ ![][1] Step 2: Click _Folder_ ![][2] Step 3: Name the folder _Staff Shared Videos_ ![][3] Step 4: Click _Create_ ![][4] Step 5: Click _Staff Shared Videos_ ![][5] Step 6: Click _Staff Shared Videos_ ![][6] Step 7: Click _Share_ ![][7] Step 8: Click _Get Sha…

How to Create a Folder to Share Videos With Students

Step 1: Go to your Google Drive and Click _New_ ![][1] Step 2: Click _Folder_ ![][2] Step 3: Name the folder _Student Shared Videos_ ![][3] Step 4: Press _Create_ ![][4] Step 5: Click _Student Shared Videos_ ![][5] Step 6: Click _Student Shared Videos_ ![][6] Step 7: Click _Share_ ![][7] Step 8: Click _G…

How to Upload a Screen Recording to a Shared Folder

Before starting this article, see[ _How to Create a Folder to Share Videos With Staff _][1]or [_How to Create a Folder to Share Videos With Students_][2] Step 1: Open _Staff Shared Videos_ if you would like to share a video with Staff, or open _Student Shared Videos_ if you would like to share a video with students. …

Making Google Drive File Stream files available offline

Google Drive File Stream is replacing the Google Drive Backup and Sync that was on your old computer. Google Drive File Stream icon appears on your desktop as a connected network drive, much like your now-defunct network server folder. We recommend using the Google Drive File Stream to house all your files and work o…

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