Google Drive

Google Drive (also known as Google Docs) allows you to create and store files that can be accessed anywhere, and then share those files with others instead of attaching them to emails. You can also collaborate with other users on the same document in real-time.

Google Drive is one of the core services in G Suite for Education.

Getting started

Use the following resources to start using Drive today!

Get Started with Drive
Google is constantly upgrading its applications, so stay informed about new features.
Get Started with Team Drives
Team Drives are shared spaces where teams can easily store, search, and access their files anywhere, from any device. Unlike files in My Drive, files in a Team Drive belong to the team instead of an individual. Even if members leave, the files stay exactly where they are so your team can continue to share information and get work done.
Google Drive and Accessibility
Google products, including Drive, have a number of accessibility features and support for a number of the WAI-ARIA standards.
How to use Google Drive on different devices
Google Drive apps are available for Android and iOS.

Eligibility

You must have an active G Suite account to use this service.

Support

Google Drive may be accessed using a web browser or a mobile device.

If you are having difficulty accessing Google Drive, check the Google Apps Status Dashboard first for information about any current Google service information, then contact the assistance center.

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