Google shared drives offer shared space in Google Drive where teams can create, store, search, collaborate on, and access all their team-owned files. This document provides an overview of shared drives in U-M Google.
Note: In general, we have found that Firefox is the best browser to use with Google Apps and Dragon.
This document provides instructions for adding a Zoom meeting to your Google Calendar from your Canvas course.
This document provides best practices for sharing files and folders in Google Drive.
This document provides instructions to assist U-M faculty, staff, and students with claiming ownership of files and folders owned by non-affiliated accounts in U-M Google.
This article will define common terminology and icons used in both U-M Dropbox and U-M Google. It will also define terms that are not in Dropbox or Google.
U-M instructors on the Ann Arbor campus can use the MCommunnity Directory to create groups based on course-roster data in Wolverine Access. These groups are synchronized to U-M Google and can be used for sending email, and sharing U-M Google resources.
The following chart provides you with a comparison of frequently used features and functionalities in U-M Dropbox with those of U-M Google Drive.
Each cloud collaboration service you use stores files in different ways. These differences can cause confusion and frustration when trying to find the files you own. This document provides steps for finding the files you own in the university’s various cloud collaboration services: Dropbox, Google, Microsoft 365 (OneDrive), Slack, and Zoom.
Overview In many cases, you may need or are required to transfer ownership of files in Google Drive. However, it’s not always easy to find the files you own and have shared with specific people. ITS has created a tool to assist the university community with this task. This document provides instructions for using the tool to find these files so you can address them as needed.