- Open the Google Drive webpage.
- Click on a document, spreadsheet, or presentation.
- Find the person that you want to stop sharing with and click on their name to remove them from being able to access this file.
- To save, click “Save” at the top right of your screen.
In order to see who can access a Google Drive file, right-click the file in question and click Share. The list of people will appear on your screen with an “eye” icon next to each person: green for someone who has permission to open the file, read for someone you cannot grant rights to, and blue for those that have left the company.
Deleting a shared document, spreadsheet, or presentation that you own will delete it for all collaborators and make them unable to access it. Before deleting such a document, make sure to give someone else ownership so they can still have the file.
On your computer, go to drive.google.com and select the folder you want to share with a different Google account.
Click Share on the top right of the screen and select Advanced.
On the list that pops up, find whoever you want to share ownership over this folder with and click their name which will cause another dialog box to open from their name in an “Is owner” drop-down menu.
Now click Save Changes at the bottom of this pop-up window before proceeding any further.
Save a new version of the app in case it crashes.
Publish it as a web application.
Set permissions to allow people logging in anonymously access to your app, and click deploy once you are satisfied that all errors have been resolved with your codebase.
To find a file, go to drive.google.com and log in with your username and password. Click the down arrow next to the files list on the left side of the screen or enter a term into the search bar at the top of the page for finding specific files. Many document types will launch automatically, but others require you to double-click them from within Google Docs so they open using that application instead.