Share Your Files Using Google Drive

More and more client’s are deciding to share files using google drive and it’s no surprise why. It’s easy, quick and instant.

You can use Google Drive to share your files with anyone – even if they do not have a google account. Here is a step by step on how you can share your files with us;

The First step you should take is to make a folder that contains all your files you wish to share with us within Google Drive. (Be sure to visit this link if you are unfamiliar with how Google Drive works.)

Share Your Folder or File

Once you have your folder of files ready; Right click on the folder or file and select “Get Shareable link”

Right click the folder and select "Get Shareable Link"

Right click the folder and select “Get Shareable Link”

Be sure to have the correct email address and enter it.

This step is very important:

After entering the recipient’s email address be sure to click on the drop down menu and select “Can organize, add & edit”. This is what allows you to share your files with anyone – whether they have a google account or not as you will see in the next step.

Be sure to click on the drop down menu and select "Can organize, add & edit".

Be sure to click on the drop down menu and select “Can organize, add & edit”.

Once you hit send after selecting “Can organize, add & edit” Google will notify you “1 (or more) recipient doesn’t have a Google account”. This is fine, select the second option “Send the Link (no sign-in required)”.

 Select the second option "Send the Link (no sign-in required)"

Select the second option “Send the Link (no sign-in required)”

Your file or folder is now being shared and anyone with the link will be able to save files or add files to your folder. You can always change your settings or get the link to send again by right clicking on the file or folder.

Clicking on “Sharing settings” will bring up the dialog box below. If you need to, you can change your sharing options.

You can change your sharing options

You can change your sharing options.

Done!