App To Connect Mac Documents To Google Drive

What is a network drive used for?

  • Better control over your files
  • More security features than cloud services
  • Flexibility without compromising on privacy
  • Being used by multiple users across multiple devices

Map network drive on macOS (one-time)

  1. In Finder, either hit Command+K to bring up “Connect to Server” or click Go > Connect to Server
  2. Enter the path of the network drive you’re trying to map (e.g. smb://192.168.1.300/shared/Files) and click Connect
  3. Enter your login details and password then click OK to mount the network drive

Map network drive on macOS (remount after reboot)

  1. Hit the Apple menu, then System Preferences > Users & Groups
  2. From here, select Login Items and click + to add a new item
  3. Find your network drive and click Add, then close the window

Make a network drive accessible from Mac desktop

  1. Open Finder > Preferences or click Command + to open Finder Preferences
  2. Click the General tab, then tick the box next to Connected servers
  3. Close Finder Preferences

Remount a mapped network drive with one click

  1. Right click on any mapped NAS device on your desktop.
  2. Select Make Alias

How to manage files with network-attached storage

  1. Open up the app and hit the giant + or drag your folder of choice into the window
  2. Choose from recommended locations or select a custom folder
  3. Push the green Scan for Duplicates button to get started
  4. Delete duplicate files manually or use Smart Cleanup to automate the process
  1. Open up the Forklift app
  2. Use the left-hand panel to find the file(s) you want to move across
  3. Select the right-hand panel then, using the sidebar, click on your network drive
  4. Start moving, renaming and archiving files

Effectively manage Mac storage day-to-day

Other ways to share

What you need to use the Finder to share files

  • An iPhone, iPad, iPod touch with the latest version of iOS or iPadOS
  • An iOS or iPadOS app that works with File Sharing

See the iOS and iPadOS apps that can share files with your Mac

  1. Open a Finder window.
  2. Connect your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch to your computer with a USB cable.
  3. Select your device in the Finder. Learn what to do if your computer doesn’t recognize your device.
  4. Click the Files tab to see a list of apps that can share files. If you don’t see a Files section, your device doesn’t have any apps that can share files.
  5. Click the triangle next to an app to see the files that you can share.

Copy from your Mac to your device

  1. Select the files that you want to copy. Select only files that work with the app. Check the app’s user guide to see which ones work.
  2. Drag the files to the app on your device. The Finder copies the files to your device.

Copy from your device to your Mac

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  1. Select the files that you want to copy.
  2. Drag the files to a folder on your computer. The Finder copies the files to your computer.

Open shared files

Back up shared files

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Delete shared files from your device

  1. Open a Finder window on your Mac.
  2. Connect your device to your computer using a USB cable.
  3. Select your device in the Finder. Learn what to do if your computer doesn’t recognize your device.
  4. Select the app from the list in the Files section.
  5. In the Documents list, select the file that you want to delete, then press the Delete key on your keyboard.
  6. When the Finder asks you to confirm, click Delete.

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