How many of you have used Google Drive, either at the workplace or in another capacity, such as helping out with a volunteer or school project? If you have, you understand the potential and power of this tool. With just a few clicks, you can create a document for work that various people—creatives, strategy, sales, marketing—can contribute to and comment on. With a few clicks you can add to a document that helps track expenditures and to dos. And with a few clicks, you can make helpful edits to a paper that one of your children is working on.
But that doesn’t mean there aren’t things that Google Drive can do to be better—and by be better, we mean to make your life easier. In fact, a few hacks can help improve its efficiency and help you do more with less effort. What are those? This graphic explains it.