Google Drive: Building Your Tech Toolkit Webinar Highlights

AccessiGoogle Drive Iconng Google Drive has never been easier thanks to the new rlpNetwork, but many aren’t sure how to use this powerful tool. Utilising Google Drive is easier than you think and Learning Services is here to help! Our monthly Building Your Tech Toolkit webinar series will give you the skills and the confidence you need to make the most of Google Apps, and our March 4 webinar was an introduction to Google Drive.

The advantages of Google Drive are clear: up to 30 GB of storage, sharing and collaboration features, and the ability to access your files from any device from anywhere. Whether you’re using Google Drive to store photos of listings, share information with clients, or collaborate with an assistant/team members, this webinar will give you a solid understanding of how Drive works and how you can get started.

Highlights of the webinar include:

  • Are you going to be buying a new computer soon? Save money by using Google Drive’s word processing and spreadsheet features rather than buying an expensive Microsoft Office license.
  • Getting files into your Google Drive account is easy and you’ve got three key options: save, upload or create.
  • All changes to your Google Drive documents are automatically saved. You can view a full overview of changes at any time.

View the full webinar here:

Join us for the next Building Your Tech Toolkit webinars

The Building Your Tech Toolkit webinar series is offered on the first Wednesday of each month at 2pm EST. If you can’t attend live, these one-hour webinars are recorded and available on royallepage.ca/training.

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