How can I tell who has permission to open my Bmail document?

Collaborating with other people is a great feature that can be used in Google Docs, Sheets, Forms or any other document that can be used through Bmail. To see who has permission to open your document, follow the following steps: Open your document. Click on the blue “Share” button at the top right hand corner. […]

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How can I tell who has my Bmail document open?

Collaboration (in google docs, sheets, forms, etc.) is a great feature that allows multiple users to edit a file at the same time. If you open the file in question, you can see who else is currently editing it at the top right corner. Additionally, each person editing the file is assigned a color and […]

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How can I work on a Google Doc without access to the internet?

You may be in a situation where you will not have access to the internet but still want to work on something in google docs. For this purpose, offline sync is a great feature. To use offline sync, follow the following steps: Open google docs by going to docs.google.com. Click on the “hamburger” menu on […]

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What are Google Docs & Drive?

Google Docs & Drive are online web applications connected with a student, staff, or faculty member’s Bmail account that allows them to create and store documents, presentations, and spreadsheets. ¬†Both apps can be accessed by selecting the apps menu in the top right corner of one’s Bmail inbox and then clicking the Docs or Drive […]

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What is Google Drive?

One feature of Bmail is Google Drive (or Bmail Drive). ¬†Google Drive allows you to easily create, share and edit files online. With Google Drive you can create: Documents – text based files, used for papers, letters, lists, etc. Spreadsheets – files used to organize or perform mathematical functions on data Presentations – files used […]

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