2016 E-Learning News (Issue 5 2016)
Written on the 7 April 2016
Welcome to the first e-Learning news article for 2016. In this edition we remind students how to access your Google files offline.
Is your internet at home unreliable? Do you want a way to still be able to work on the tasks you began at school even when the internet is down at home? Then read on
The Google chrome browser offers the ability to work on files when you are not connected to the internet. Chrome automatically syncs files in Drive, Docs, Sheets and Slides so that you can view and edit files offline.
However since the Senior School is using Google Apps for Education this feature needs to be manually turned on. By following the simple instructions below, you will never have to worry about the internet dropping in and out again.
Points to note:
* To edit Google Docs, Sheets and Slides offline on your mobile device, you must have the Google Docs, Sheets and Slides apps installed. All other files can be viewed using the Google Drive app.