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3 Ways to work with People outside of G Suite

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  2. Tip 1. Work on Microsoft Office files, without Office 365 2. Collaborate with anyone, anywhere 3. Enjoy frictionless meetings Microsoft Office files are still very common, but if you’re more of a Google Docs, Sheets, and Slides user, you can still edit Word, Excel, and PowerPoint files in Google Drive - if you know how. Here are three common ways to work with People outside of G Suite.
  3. If you need to work with files created in Microsoft Office, or create files compatible with those programs, a few options are available. G Suite, not only allows you to freely open and create files, but you can also collaborate and share files with anyone who has Internet access. Work on Microsoft Office files, without Office 365 Tip 01
  4. Work on Microsoft Office files - even if you don't have Office 365. To open an Office file from Office, download and install the Drive plug- in for Office. You can then open an existing Office file from Drive, or save a new Office file to Drive In G Suite, you can still work on Office files, even if you don't have Office. You can edit Office files in a Chrome browser or Chromebook, convert files to Google formats, and more. People who have Office can work in native Office files using Drive or Office, then save them to Drive.
  5. Google users can collaborate directly on Microsoft Office files, PDFs, and images right from Google Drive, without having to convert them into Docs, Sheets, or Slides. And allows Drive users to comment on files the same way they would in Google Docs, without any additional programs needed. Collaborate with anyone, anywhere Tip 02
  6. Share Google Docs editors files in an Office format If the person you’re working with uses Office, you can send them a copy of your Docs, Sheets, and Slides files in an Office format. For example, you can create a file in Docs and then email it to someone as a Microsoft Word® file. Share Google files for anyone to view You can share Drive files with people, whether they have a Google Account or not. Just share the file with their email address. They’ll get a link to your file and can view it on the web. If they want to edit or comment in your file, they can sign up for a Google Account right from the file.
  7. Import documents, spreadsheets, and presentations to Google formats If you’re working on non-Google documents, spreadsheets, or presentations, you can import them to Docs, Sheets, or Slides. You can then edit them in their original format, or convert them to a Google format. Convert files to Google formats Work together in real time by converting files to Docs, Sheets, and Slides. For example, you can convert a Word file to Docs and then edit and comment on it simultaneously with your team. If your file has comments or tracked changes, they’re converted to Docs comments and suggestions.
  8. Share your network files from Drive instead If you’re currently sharing files from a private network or in Microsoft SharePoint®, you can move them to Drive where G Suite users can share them, too. Move them to a Team Drive or to My Drive. Share large files Emailing large files isn’t always possible. Different email providers can have different attachment limits. Instead of emailing a large file to someone, share the file from Drive. When the person clicks the link in the email, it opens on the web, even if they’re not using G Suite or don’t have a Google Account.
  9. Keep shared files secure The sharing features and access controls in Drive make working with external partners simple and secure. For example, when sharing sensitive files, you can prevent people from downloading, printing, or copying them. You can also set an expiration date on files so external partners or agencies can no longer access them once a project ends. If you’re downloading an external file, Drive scans most files for viruses first. If a virus is detected, the file won’t be downloaded. Share files with groups Share your Google calendars, sites, and documents with several people at once using Google Groups. Everyone in the group gets access to all files shared with the group. People can be inside or outside of your organization. You can add people to the group as needed, or remove someone who should no longer have access.
  10. Meet takes the headaches out of joining a video call at work. Just set up a meeting and share a link. No worrying about whether teammates, clients, or customers have the right accounts or plug-ins. With a fast, lightweight interface and smart participant management, multi-person video calls are a breeze. Enjoy frictionless meetings Tip 03
  11. Schedule events and video meetings In Calendar, you can schedule events and video meetings with people who don’t have Google Accounts. Guests will get an email invitation and can respond. You can respond to non-Calendar invitations and still add the meeting to Calendar. Using Hangouts Meet, any guest can join your meeting simply by clicking the link in your invitation. You can start a video meeting from several different devices and G Suite products.
  12. Jimmy Jigmo I’m a Digital Workplace Guru at AVLN.CO and Curator of DWPG.CO. Our mission is to “Innovate Your Digital Workplace” by bringing new ways of collaboration and communication to companies that want to scale fast. We work with new tools and technologies such as Google Cloud, Salesforce, OKTA, ProsperWorks, Workplace by Facebook and many more. Help employees to make connections and collaborate