A benefit of working with a Google app is the auto-save feature. Google apps save in real-time. There is no Save button in the toolbar or Save option in the File menu. As soon as you type something or enter data, it is saved. There is no need to specify a file location (although you can) or click a Save button.
Google files are saved in your Google Drive. This means that the files are accessible to you anywhere you have an internet connection and can be opened and edited with any device.
NOTE: There is no exercise file for this section. If you would like to complete the steps on your own, please create a new Google Docs document, Slides presentation, or Sheets workbook.
Naming a Google file
When a new file is created in Google, whether it is a document, spreadsheet, presentation, or form, it will need to be named. Naming a file in Google is a simple process.
In the upper left corner of the file, there is a Rename box. When working with a newly created file, this box will look like this:
NOTE: Keep in mind that the Rename box might refer to a spreadsheet, presentation, or form depending on which Google app you are using.
If you are working with an older file, the existing name will appear in the Rename box.