From today, Malaysians everywhere will be able to use Google Drive in Malay, one of 18 other new languages launched for the free web-based storage and collaboration service. This brings the total of languages supported by Google Drive up to over 65, all of which are switchable back and forth, depending on user needs.
Google Drive, which comes with 15GB of free storage, is designed for real-time collaboration. It offers users the chance to create, share, collaborate and keep documents, presentations, photos, videos and other important files, allowing access from anywhere at anytime – whether through a web browser, hard drive, phone or tablet. Users can even opt to use the service offline, should there be no available Internet connection.
In addition to that, Google Drive is also usable with other Google services including Google Docs, Sheets and Slides. These other services allow users to create and format text documents, spreadsheets or tabulate information in a visual way, while working with multiple people together at the same time.
To use Google Drive, Docs, Sheets or Slides in Malay, users can switch the language by:
- Clicking the gear icon in the upper right, then select Settings.
- Under General, select a language from the drop-down menu in the Language section.
- Click Save.
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