There are many reasons to love Google’s free Google Drive app.
Drive allows me to create documents similarly to Microsoft Word (but for free!). It has the added benefit of letting me work across the different platforms of mobile phone, tablet, and desktop computer. All my documents are stored online.
Google Drive includes:
- Google Docs (similar to Microsoft Word)
- Google Spreadsheet (which works like Microsoft Excel)
- Google Slides (which is similar to Microsoft PowerPoint).
Google Drive has the added feature of saving your work as you create it, which is super helpful. How many times have I lost work in Word because I wasn’t saving it frequently enough? Too many times to count.
Learn how to use Google Drive Below
Find out more in my posts below how I use Drive. You’ll learn how to use it to streamline projects. Keep your recipes organized and plan a family menu with Drive. Use it to work across platforms and other Google apps such as Google Calendar and Google Keep.
Look out for an upcoming ebook on the topic too.
Cloud storage services like Google Drive have been an absolute life saver for work from home entrepreneurs like myself. The best part? Services like Drive are free! So how do you make use of cloud storage and sharing services like Google Drive? I’ve already shared a little bit in other parts of this site about […]
Google Keep is Google’s note-taking app, introduced in March 2013. It’s similar to apps like Evernote and One Note. Each of these kinds of apps has their own strengths and weaknesses, of course. I like to use a mixture of them in ways that work best. In this post, I’ll be writing about how I […]
I’ve found that using Google Keep, synced with Google Drive and Calendar, allows me to easily sort and organize my recipes, menu planning, and shopping lists. Let me tell you how. The Basics of Google Keep and Google Drive Recipe Archiving I already use Pinterest to pin recipes I want to try. I think most […]