Google Drive’s Newest Accessibility Features

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Google Drive makes it possible to store, create, and share files on your computer or mobile device. Google has been working hard to improve accessibility features on all its platforms. Google Drive works with screen readers so you can store, edit, and share your files. You can add caption tracks to your video files. Keyboard shortcuts make document creation quicker and easier.

The video below will introduce and describe common keyboard shortcuts and the synthesized speech feedback that will result from using them. This demonstration is done using the NVDA Screen Reader on Windows.

Click on the link below for full BridgingApps Google Drive review:
https://search.bridgingapps.org/apps/6787b7ae-9365-07f0-dd57-dbe76cee8403

Explore all of Google’s accessibility features and products at the link below:
https://www.google.com/accessibility/products-features/

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