In July 2015, Google announced that Google My Maps had been integrated with Google Drive. This provided G Suite customers with the ability to easily create data driven maps.
A table of data from any Google Sheet can be imported into a layer within a Google My Map. Once data has been imported into a layer, the data table behind that layer can be manually edited. If new layers are created, new data sources can be imported into the same My Map.
One of the many possible uses of Google My Maps is to embed a map of customer locations in your website. Here’s an example. Click on the “View larger map” button in the top right to view the map in a separate browser tab. Continue reading Google My Maps: Embed Data Driven Maps In Your Website
If your organization uses G Suite, you may have discovered that when you upload a video file to Google Drive, it’s not simply a stored file — the video can also be played inline.
What’s more, Google Drive uses the YouTube engine to play back videos. When playing a video in Google Drive, the interface has the appearance of a stripped down version of the YouTube player. Continue reading 5 Business Use Cases for Uploading Videos to Google Drive