Google Docs - Is there any way of checking downloads?
I have uploaded code to Google drive. Is there any way of checking the number of downloads of files?
I don't think it is possible. I think you can't even know the number of times the file of open. The only possibility is to check the "Revision History" in "file".
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by John Coviello 21 months ago
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by HELLA 8 years ago
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by Kenna McHugh 4 months ago
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by Mrvoodoo 8 years ago
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