MindMup - Working with Google Drive
Google Drive is a cloud storage from Google that you can use to store and manage private maps, or collaborate with colleagues and friends in a controlled environment. This page outlines the most important information about working with Google Drive in MindMup. For more information on Google Drive in general, and associated products, see the Google Drive support page. Prerequisites You will need a Google account to store files to Drive. Private Google accounts have access to Drive without any special requirements. MindMup does not need to know any particular details about your Google account and when working with Drive, the data passes from your browser to Drive directly, without going to our servers. Getting started The first time you try to save a map to Google Drive, or to open a map stored on Google Drive by someone else, MindMup will ask you to authorise access to your Drive. If you are not currently logged in to your Google account, Google might pop up a dialog asking you to log in.
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