Manage Digital Assets with Drive and Sites | The G Suite Show

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Manage Digital Assets with Drive and Sites | The G Suite Show 4.5

Without oversized attachments clogging up inboxes, files on Drive can be easily linked and shared within an email. Plus, you'll never have to worry about which is the final version.

If you're working with an agency or third-party domain, you can quickly share the file within a folder that contains a Doc for feedback. Alternatively, you have share assets within a portal using Google Sites. Using this centralized hub, all files associated with a project, including Slides, Docs, and Sheets can be stored with the digital assets. Uploaded files are automatically reflected in Sites.

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Normally I hate acting and joking in such videos, but you do a great job! I really, really love your videos and the style. This is, how it should be made!

Author — Valentin Svensberg

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Author — Baris Bueren

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The use of Sites to share assets with external partners is a great tip. Using Sites, you can present a clearer view of the items vs just sharing a Drive folder link, plus include better branding.

Author — Joe Wehry

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will the transformation Gallery ever be available for Education users?

Author — Peter Hooper

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My Drive is no good for large digital assets. Anyone who has Google Drive Sync installed will get their hard drive filled up with these large files. Team Drives with File Stream is the only sensible way, wish you have focused on Team Drive rather than My Drive. This video is just going to confuse non techy users as to where best to put their large files.

Author — James Kimbley