by Allen Wyatt
(last updated November 21, 2013)
One of the big features of Google Drive is that you can share files with others so that you can all access the same information and collaborate on those files. Google Drive doesn't just limit you to sharing files, however—you can also share entire folders and then move files in or out of the folder. When a file is in the folder, it is shared; when it is out of the folder it is not shared.
To share a folder (and its contents), follow these steps:
Figure 1. The first Sharing Settings dialog box.
Figure 2. The second Sharing Settings dialog box.
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