Whether you're a beginner or a seasoned Google user, the visual section below gives you 10 basic tips to help you get the most out of Drive. We've focused in particular on how to: access offline Drive files, customize sharing settings for your folders, connect and manage apps in Drive, organize and sort folders, convert downloaded files to Google Docs format, quickly search for Drive, change Drive language, and finally how to Access a list of important keyboard shortcuts to use on Drive.
You can access, view, and edit Drive files and folders while offline. This feature only works on the Chrome browser. To turn on offline access, click Settings from the Drive home page, and check the box next to "Sync document files, spreadsheets, presentations, and graphics on this computer so that you can edit them offline."
2. Connect apps to your Drive
Drive lets you add third-party apps to add more functionality to Drive. Here's how to connect apps to your Drive account: