Sharing files using Google Drive
About this aspect:
If you want to send a file or folder to someone so that they can view, edit, or comment on it, you can share it with them directly in Google Drive, Docs, Sheets, or Slides, or through a link or email attachment.
Anyone you share the file or folder with will see changes made as they happen so that everyone can be on the same page and you can get feedback quickly.
You can share a file or folder in Google Drive or in the Docs, Sheets, and Slides home screens.
How to do it:
Open Drive, or a file or folder you want to share.
Open the sharing box:
While you have a file open: Click Share in the top-right corner.
While you have a folder open: Click the Share button in the top-right.
From your file list in Drive: Select the name of a file or folder and click the Share button at the top.
Under “People” in the sharing box, type the email addresses of the people or Google Groups you want to share with.
You can also search for contacts by typing them into the box.
Choose the type of access you want to give these users by clicking the dropdown arrow to the right of the text box:
Can edit: Users can edit the file or folder and share it with others
Can comment: Users can view and add comments to the file or folder, but can’t edit it
Can view: Users can see the file or folder but can’t edit or comment on it
The users will receive an email letting them know you’ve shared the file or folder with them.
Share lots of files at once
If you want to share multiple files at once, add the files to a folder in Drive and then share the entire folder with the people you want to see the files