Presenting text messages to your legal counsel can be a difficult task. Often, these messages are tied to your phone and seem impossible to save in a sharable format. Screenshots only capture what is on the phone screen at that time. This can be very time consuming when dealing with a long conversation and instructions vary from device to device. Also, a screenshot does not always give clear information needed for court such as the parties cell numbers (relying instead on contact names) or the date and time of each message. Continue reading “How to Export SMS/MMS Text Messages for Legal Discovery”
Invitations to a shared Google Drive file or folder require a Google account to sign in to the Google Drive service. However, we can still access the Google Drive shared content by associating our existing email address with Google. Here is how.
If a file or folder has been shared to your non-gmail account, the OWNER\SENDER will see a warning stating the “recipient doesn’t have a Google account”. That is ok.