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Using cloud-based services such as Google Drive offers the convenience of accessing the documents, files and folders from anywhere using any device. However, there are times when we face signal issues or patchy internet connection while downloading an important file or working on an urgent document.
Thankfully, Google Drive, Docs and Sheets come with an Offline mode that allows users to sync their files and documents to a particular device and work on them without the need for internet connection.
So, if there are some files or documents that you often use for work or other reasons, it may be a good idea to enable Offline mode. Follow our step-by-step guide on how to enable the Offline mode in Google Drive, Docs and other word processing services offered by Google.
Steps to enable Offline mode for Google Drive


Open Google Chrome and ensure that you’re signed into the Crome


Now, open drive.google.com/settings


Scroll down and check the box next to ‘Sync Google Docs, Sheets, Slides & Drawings files to this computer so that you can edit offline’.

Steps to save a particular Docs, Sheets and Slides offline


Go to drive.google.com


Locate the document you want to save for offline use and right-click on it


Here, turn on Available Offline toggle


You can even select multiple files at once by pressing and holding the control key (Windows) or command key (Mac) and enable the Offline toggle.


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