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Differences between Drive and Docs

What are the main differences between Drive and Docs?

If you are used to using Google Docs, there are a few changes you will notice:
  1. NAVIGATION: Instead of accessing Docs at docs.google.com, you will access them at drive.google.com
  2. ORGANISATION: Docs used Collections whereas Drive uses Folders, bringing it into line with more familiar filing systems like the one in Finder or Windows Explorer
  3. VIEWING: With Drive, you have different ways of viewing your files; you can view by MY DRIVE (files you own), ACTIVITY (files in order of last modified) or SHARED WITH ME (folders you do not own but have access to). See below for all the viewing options available.
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Figure 1: Drive File Views


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Figure 2: Drive File Filter Options




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