Google Drive Media is Now Accessible via Google+

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  • 01 Nov 2012
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  • Due to it fast updates and improvements, complemented by unique features, Google’s online storage option is starting to become more and more popular among users. The storage prices are very affordable and you can create and store documents in a fast and reliable manner. On top of that Google listens to their costumer’s needs and acts at a fast pace.


    The latest addition to Google Drive’s features concerns a accessing your media files via their social service – Google+. Starting today, all the media you upload to Google Drive using your smartphone, tablet, PC or any other device, is accessible in Google+ with a few clicks. You are now able to open PDFs, play videos, and look at photos now directly from Google+, including the usual sharing features the service offers. Following the simple instructions Google provides (see below) you will be able to get started right away. You can also use the the “Share” button in the upper right-hand corner of your browser window in Google Drive.

    Sharing a file or document from your Drive using Google+

    1. From within Google Drive, open the file or document you want to share.
    2. Copy the file’s URL from your web browser’s address bar.
    3. Paste the URL into the Share box at the top of your Google+ stream. If you’re signed into another Google service, like Gmail, you can also use the + Share button, which you’ll see in the upper right corner of your browser window.
    4. Select a circle or type the name of individual people you’d like to share your post with.
    5. Click the Share button.

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