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Google Drive: Change Ownership of a File/Folder.

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You may know about Google Drive if you’ve been using Google Services for some time. Google Drive is a cloud-based storage system for saving files online. Once saved, you can log in with your account and access the files from any device.

There are many advantages to using a cloud storage service such as Google Drive. Not only does it save a certain amount of storage on a smartphone/computer but it also acts as an excellent backup option.

You might be aware that the cloud-based service allows you to upload or create files on Google Drive if you have been using Google Drive a while ago. You can share your saved files with other people, not only, but also.

By default, you own any file on Google Drive that you upload or create. Sometimes, however, we want to transfer the possession of a file to another person.

Method to Change Google Drive Ownership of a File/Folder

You’ll also be reading the correct guide if you’re also looking for ways to change your file owner on Google Drive. In this article, we will share a guide on how to change the owner of a Google Drive file step by step. Let’s check it out.

Step 1. First, open your Google browser with Chrome and go to the homepage of Google Drive.

Step 2. Now select your ownership folder or file on your Google Drive.

Step 3: Now click the ‘Share’ button on the menu below.


Step 4. Subsequently, enter a valid email. Click the “Done” button once added.

Step 5. Next, as shown in the following screenshot click the Sharing button.


Step 6. Now, click on the appropriate drop-down box for the person you are handling. Click on the option ‘Make Owner’ next.


Step 7. Click the ‘Yes’ button when confirming the pop-up.

Note

You will not be able to revoke your changes when you transfer ownership of a file. Therefore, double-check before ownership is transferred.

This is it! This is it! You’re done. You’re done. You can change the owner of the file on Google Drive this way.

This guide therefore deals with changing the owner of a Google Drive file. I hope you’ve been helped by this article! Share your friends with them too, please. Please let us know in the comment field below if you have any doubts about this.

Manishhttp://technspiceblog.com
Am a Tech Enthusiastic fond of new gadgets. Running the YouTube Channel Tech N Spice. Also managing the backend process of this website.

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