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We have simplified the workflow for adding Google resources to itslearning. Select Google Drive and add files you can edit, but do not own. This includes files from your Team Drive (when your organization has connected the G Suite domain to itslearning) or resources that are ‘Shared with me’.
- When teachers add a file from Google Drive we no longer upload it to itslearning, but keep it on Google Drive so it can be shown in Google’s file viewer. If you have editing permissions you can update documents directly from itslearning. This will speed up working with G Suite resources for all our users.
- For our Chromebook customers when you upload a file, it will default to G Suite, saving you time when working with G Suite resources. This is only if your organization has chosen to turn off other cloud solutions such as DropBox or Microsoft OneDrive, otherwise, these will remain options.
Since the last itslearning release, we have launched two apps for Google:
- G Suite marketplace app to connect your G Suite domain to itslearning.
- Google web store app for Chromebooks that automatically log you into itslearning when using a Chromebook.