When you’ve got your own Google account, you can now move files from one account to another. There are some steps you need to take to do this, but once you’ve done it, it’s not hard to use.
The process of transferring files is a bit of work, but once youve figured it out, it’s easy to use. It can be done via an email, but there are also third-party solutions like TransferWise that makes transferring files a lot smoother.
Once youve got yourself a Google account, you can move files from one account to another. The first step is to create the folder where you want to move your files, and then go the Google Drive webpage and select the folder you want to move it to. Then, just type in the file you want to move and click the transfer button. The folder will be moved.
If you don’t have the folder, simply right-click on it and drag it to the drop-down top right bottom corner. Then hit the button that says “Save Folder”. That will make the folder visible. Once you’ve moved files and folders, you can type in a link to the folder you want to transfer.
You need to give the folder a title. In Google’s case, that’s the name of the file you want to move. In our case, that’s the folder name. We’ve found that the title is the least important part of the transfer process. The important part is to get the link to the file you wish to move.
We’re just trying to get the folder to load fast.
Your email is fine, just type the file name (in the folder, it’s likely the file name is the email) into the address bar and press enter. You will be redirected to the email that you wanted to send, and you can edit the email with the new folder names. In my example, if you wanted to send the email message to the mail-box, I’d just type “mailbox” and press enter.
If you want to move a folder using Google Drive, you have to go into the folder you want to move, then select the “move” button, then click the “send” button. Once you’ve sent the file, you can then delete it.
This was the first time I’ve seen you use the mailbox button in the browser.
In the old days of Microsoft’s Internet Explorer, the mailbox button was the only way to move a folder from one location to another. Even though Google Drive is not an ideal way to move a folder, I still find myself using it at least a few times a day.