Getting sick of limits when you e-mail files to friends and your boss? Annoyed with the time wasted attaching a file to an e-mail? Well, I have some good news! Google finally offers an easier way, not to send files, but to let people have access to the files that you want to share. Introducing: Google Drive.
What is Google Drive?
This is a file storage which has the synchronization feature. Which means that anyone can have access to your files depending on your settings. People whom you shared your files with can either edit or download your files. This is actually easier than attaching files to an e-mail which has limits.
Google Drive has 15 gigabytes of free storage which it offers to users. There are also optional plans like 100 gigabytes, 1 terabyte, 2 terabytes up until 30 terabytes for those who want more storage space.
How do we use Google Drive?
There are different ways to store your files in Google Drive. First, you can save your files the normal way and upload it to your drive. Second, you can make a file directly to your drive because it has Google Docs. Oh, and did I mention that they also have Google Forms, Google Sheets and Google Slides? Yes! It’s just like our dear old Microsoft Office.
So why stick to the old-fashioned way of sending files when we have something innovative to use? We know that patience is a virtue but time is also gold. Why not go for something faster and more convenient?