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Organizing Files into Multiple Folders in Google Drive

TeachingForward Organizing G Suite Files into Multiple Folders Google Drive

Organizing Google Files into Multiple Folders Google Drive allows users to organize the SAME file into multiple folders without duplicating the file. Any changes to the file will be reflected globally in all folders for you and your collaborators. This feature is particularly important given the collaborative nature of G Suite. The ability to access a file from multiple folders is ...

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Social Stories with Adobe Spark Video

Social Stories with Adobe Spark Video Blog Post from Jenn Judkins Teaching Forward

Supporting Social Emotional Learning Elementary school students created social stories using Adobe Spark Video to support social skills development and reinforce tools and strategies to decrease anxiety within and outside of the classroom. The student-created videos were saved to Google Drive where they were organized by topic to serve as a resource for teachers, students and parents. This student-centered approach ...

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Organizing Shared Files in Google Drive

Organizing shared with me files Google Drive

Organizing “Shared with Me” Files/Folders Google Drive users love the ability to share files and folders with collaborators, however, keeping Google Drive organized can be difficult.  This is particularly true for files or folders that are shared with you.  The “Shared with Me” section of Google Drive lists items in date order which leads to frustration when people go looking ...

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Creating Branched Forms – Using ‘Go to Section Based on Answer’

Google Forms Go to Section Based on Answer

Users shouldn’t have to read through and respond to questions that don’t apply to them. Using Google Forms “Go to Section Based on Answer” feature, Forms creators can automatically bring respondents to different areas of a Google Form based on answer choices that are selected. In order to use this feature, your form needs to have more than one “Section”. ...

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