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Google Drive

Google Drive is a cloud drive where you can create, upload and edit documents which can be accessed from any browser and works with Apple, PC or iOS devices. Google Drive comes with your Google account, which comes with 30GB of free storage, giving you a single place to store your files which can be accessed anywhere.

Resources

Get Started with Drive
Learn Docs, Sheets, and Slides
Drive Help Center


Quick Facts About Google Drive (click to expand)

googlemail-32Google Apps for Education users have unlimited shared cloud storage between Gmail and Drive.
drive-32Google drive is capable of opening and viewing over 20 files types including videos, Adobe Illustrator and Photoshop.
drive-32Google docs do not count towards storage space in Drive.
drive-32Google Drive comes with Google Documents, Sheets and Slides, which come with a range of capabilities and editing options.
sites-32Create documents with images, tables, equations, drawings, links and more. And you can share documents or whole folders with group members so everyone can work on the same documents and all changes are updated in real-time.
drive-32You can create document templates to make future formatting easier.