Google Drive is a new way to access and share all your files, folders, and Google Docs at any time and on multiple devices. Google Drive replaces and enhances what you know today as Google Docs.
To start using Google Drive, just log in to Rebelmail, and click Drive at the top of the page, or, sign in directly at http://drive.google.com/a/unlv.nevada.edu.
What is Google Drive?
Google Drive integrates the features that you love about Google Docs - creating and collaborating on documents, spreadsheets, and presentations online with your classmates, with the functionality to synchronize up to 30 GB of your files of all types (PDFs, Microsoft Office files, videos, Google Docs, etc.) on your home computers, mobile devices, and online. This means that any file you save to your Google Drive will automatically save to your computers, mobile devices, and the Google Drive website.
How Can I Use Google Drive?
Follow these step-by-step instructions to install Google Drive on your PC or Mac to begin syncing files on your computer, and download the Google Drive Android or iOS app to begin syncing across your mobile devices.
For example, you can work on a Microsoft Word document at a computer lab on campus and upload the draft to Google Drive online. When you return home, you can pick up right where you left off and work on the same file on your Mac or PC. At night, you can access the completed version on your iPad or Android phone to double check your work. Google Drive automatically keeps everything up to date, so you can make edits and access the latest version anytime, anywhere.
With Google Drive, you can create and collaborate on documents, spreadsheet, and presentations with your classmate. Learn more about creating, sharing, and collaborating on documents, spreadsheets, and presentations.
Getting Started with Google Drive
To learn more about Google Drive, please visit the Google Drive help page.