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This Google Drive tutorial shows how to enable up to 50 other editors to collaborate on a single document at the same time, eliminating the back and forth with email. Watch more at

This tutorial is just a single movie from the thirteenth chapter of the Google Drive Essential Training course presented by author Susan Metz. The complete course is 4.5 hours long, and teaches new Google Drive members the essentials for creating, formatting, sharing, and editing Google documents, spreadsheets, presentations, and forms

Google Drive Essential Training table of contents:
1. Getting Started with Google Drive
2. Navigating Drive
3. Organizing Files with Folders
4. Syncing Files to Drive
5. Uploading and Exporting
6. Creating and Formatting Documents
7. Creating and Formatting Spreadsheets
8. Functions, Formulas, and Charts
9. Creating and Formatting Presentations
10. Presenting and Publishing Presentations
11. Creating and Formatting Forms
12. Sharing Docs
13. Simultaneous Collaboration, Comments, and Revisions
14. Mobile Access
15. Templates
16. Troubleshooting Google Drive


18 thoughts on “Google Drive tutorial: Editing docs simultaneously |”

  1. Can we have someone to edit the document but disabling the download feature? I need someone to help me edit a specific document and at the same time I need to secure it.

  2. Does everyone need to have a Google account for this to work? I would like to work on a document with somebody else that doesn't have an account. Thanks!

  3. Thanks for the video. Just wondering if possible to use with multiple users when there are filters in place. What if there are multiple sheets? Could users work on multiple sheets at the same time?

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