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Connect Google Drive to your notebook and easily browse files just like you do on your computer. You can read, write, update or delete any data.

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Google Drive in Jupyter notebooks

Google Drive allows you to easily back-up, store and synchronize your files.

When connected to a Deepnote notebook, your a Google Drive folder will be mounted along with the notebook's filesystem. Then you can easily reference, upload, delete or update any file from your Drive.

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