Guest Post by Maria Burnham, Library Media Specialist
I wanted to share with you how I attempt to stay organized in Google Drive. I don't know about you, but when working in Google Drive, it usually means that I'm in a document that someone has just shared with me. It would be best for me to organize that document right away instead of waiting until I have too many documents listed without any organization at all.
Here's a tip: under the File menu in a Google Doc, choose the "Move to folder" option right away. If you don't have a proper folder for the document, simply create one while in that folder screen.
Maria Burnham is a passionate Library Media Specialist at one of our partner districts in Minnesota, Sauk Rapids-Rice. She shares her passion for technology in education with her peers in a weekly email highlighting tips and tricks to engage users in technology and Atomic Learning, which she cleverly named “Mondays with Maria.” That weekly email is where this guest blog post came from. We will continue to post Maria’s inspiration from time to time, feel free to share with others! You can follow her on twitter: @MariaBurnham4