How to Google Drive Upload

10:02 PM, Tuesday June 6th 2023

Does anyone here know how to properly upload their work via google drive and share it for official critique submission? I see some people submit via google drive, but i was not sure how to do it for draw a box submissions particularly. Thank you :)

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3:17 AM, Thursday June 8th 2023

Is there any reason why you don't want to use Imgur? Uploading on Imgur is more preferable to Drive since every image is shown in full size, where as Google Drive will show only a part of an image even if you view it in Grid layout so you have to double click it to view the entire image. It sounds extremely unpleasant especially for 250 box challenge where there are 40-50+ pages to review from.

If you want to upload your homework on Google Drive regardless, just upload the folder that contains every pages of the lesson and provide the link to it. By default Google Drive will restrict access to your folder so you should change the access from "Restricted" to "Anyone with the link".

7:59 PM, Thursday June 8th 2023

Thank you so much for this. After some thinking I will probably just use Imgur. When I used Imgur before it was very choppy and actually would freeze on me when I was using it at the time, but I may just stick with it anyways to avoid any submission issues. Thank you! :)

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