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Archive Your Google Drive

If, for one reason or another, you are leaving Bonny Eagle this summer, your access to your school issued Google Drive will eventually go away. For seniors, this typically happens in October. If that applies you to, you are likely panicking about what to do with your files. Although you can change the permissions/ownership for the folders, I find that it really doesn't trickle down to other files and folders. For that reason, I recommend downloading a ZIP folder of everything. This screencast will walk you through the process of putting everything into one folder and then downloading the folder onto your computer. You can then unzip the folder and upload it into your personal Google account to get back up and running.




If you have problems with it and you're still on campus, feel free to make an appointment with me and we'll get you squared away.

Never stop learning. Susie from SimmonsClassroom.com

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