How to Use the Save to Google Drive Chrome extension?

The 'Save to Google Drive Chrome' extension is useful to save photos, videos, audio, PDF's, documents and other file types which you find on the web directly to your Google Drive. You just need to keep in mind Google program policies and copyright laws when you save something from the web to Google Drive. First, you have to install the 'Save to Google Drive Chrome' extension to your computer. To do so, open 'Google Chrome' on your computer. Go to 'Chrome Web Store' and search for the 'Save to Google Drive Chrome' extension. Click the '+Free' button and select 'Add' option. Once you have installed 'Save to Google Chrome' extension, you can save something to Google Drive.

If you want to save a webpage that you are looking at, click on the 'Google Drive' icon located at the upper right corner of Chrome to save it to your Google Drive. It provides many options to access photos, links, HTML5 audio or HTML5 video directly from Drive.

For links and URLs: "Save Link to Google Drive"
For images: "Save Image to Google Drive"
For HTML5 audio: "Save Audio to Google Drive"
For HTML5 video: "Save Video to Google Drive"

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