You've created a file in Google Drive that you want to share with others. No problem. One of the strengths of the software is its ability to play well with others.
In fact, there are so many ways to share Google Docs, spreadsheets, and presentations that the process can be confusing. Would you like others to edit your file or simply view it? Do you need to give them access to the live or static version of the document? Your sharing options depend on the answers to these questions.
Google Drive consists of several programs, including word processing, tables for spreadsheets, and presentations for presentations. The process for sharing within each program is pretty similar. In the following, we will focus on Google Docs.
There are several ways to access Google Docs: on the Google Docs website in your browser. the Google Backup and Sync program on your computer; or the Google Docs apps for iOS or Android.