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Happy Friday!

This week we are exploring two new features that Google has released to give us more control over who views our files. The first feature is to restrict the ability to download, print, or copy a file on Google Drive, Docs, Sheets, or Slides. The newest feature that was just released this week is expiration dates for view access. This feature is being rolled out gradually and may take up to two months for all users to see. It allows you to set view access that expires after 7 days, 30 days, or a custom date. The two features together work nicely to protect access to a document with sensitive information.

I have created a video overview of the new security features and how you can use them.


Have a Great Weekend!

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Friday, March 18, 2016

Friday Google Tidbit: How to Limit Access to Files on Google!


Happy Friday!

This week we are exploring two new features that Google has released to give us more control over who views our files. The first feature is to restrict the ability to download, print, or copy a file on Google Drive, Docs, Sheets, or Slides. The newest feature that was just released this week is expiration dates for view access. This feature is being rolled out gradually and may take up to two months for all users to see. It allows you to set view access that expires after 7 days, 30 days, or a custom date. The two features together work nicely to protect access to a document with sensitive information.

I have created a video overview of the new security features and how you can use them.


Have a Great Weekend!

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