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5. Use Google Drive to Organize Files and Folders Wrap Up

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In this lesson, you added folders and subfolders to your drive and moved your files into the folders to organize them.

If you make a habit of saving and uploading files to your Drive, you’ll soon have a library of documents that are easy to find and use.

To complete this project, you: Created and colored new folders and subfolders in your Drive, Renamed starter files and added them to the folders, Deleted files from your Drive, uploaded files to your Drive, And shared your files and folders.

The skills you learned in this lesson could be applied for almost any purpose. For example, you could create a folder to store home improvement articles or your personal writing. You could create a folder for your family and subfolders for each family member.

Drive is integrated with other applications, so you can also create and save new files directly in Drive. If you continue to organize your Drive, you will find it easier to maintain your files and quickly find what you need any time you need it!

Certificate of Completion

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Certificate of Completion

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