Make sure your documents are visible

  • Share and Invite/Notify Others to See Your Google Docs (this does not happen automatically)

    • Even if the document is already shared with these individuals, you must notify them a document is ready for viewing and specify what attention the document needs.
    • Click on <Share> (blue box in upper right hand)
    • Verify that it says “Anyone with the Link Can View”
    • In the box that says “People” type in the names of your advisor, David Innis, Paul Breault and your English teacher(s) - make sure you give them "can edit" privileges - do this EVEN IF the document is already shared with them.
    • Add a note to the text box that lets them know what the purpose of the document is, or whether this is a revised version of something you created earlier.
    • Select <Send>
    • This notifies those people with an email that you have created or revised a new SP document.

    Create and Share a Senior Project Folder

    • Log on to Google Drive
      • <New> ---> <Folder>
    • Name your folder:
      • Last Name, First Name Senior Project 2020
    • <Create>
    • Right click on the folder and select <Share>
      • Select <Advanced> (bottom right-hand corner)
      • Next to “Private - Only you can access” Select <Change>
      • Choose “Anyone with the Link” and Select <Save>
      • In the box “Invite People”, type the last names of your advisor, Dave Innis, Paul Breault and your English teacher(s). Their email addresses should autofill. 
      • Be sure you give them permission “Can Edit”
      • Leave the box checked “Notify People Via Email”
      • Select <Send>

    Convert Word Documents to Google Docs (everything must be shared as a Google Doc)

    • Click on “Settings” (the wheel at the upper right)
    • Choose “Settings”
    • Check the box next to “Convert Uploads”

    Save a document to your Senior Project Folder

    • Open your SP Folder
    • Create the document using Google Docs by selecting <New> <Google Doc>
    • Upload a Word Document and be sure it has converted to a Google Doc

    Share and Invite Others to See Your Google Doc (this does not happen automatically)

    • Even if the document is already shared with these individuals, you must notify them a document is ready for viewing
    • Click on <Share> (blue box in upper right hand)
    • Verify that it says “Anyone with the Link Can View”
    • In the box that says “People” type in the names of your advisor, David Innis, Paul Breault and your English teacher(s) - make sure you give them "can edit" privileges
    • You may add a note that lets them know what the purpose of the document is, or whether this is a revised version of something you created earlier.
    • Select <Send>
    • This notifies those people with an email that you have created or revised a new SP document.