Jamboard and Google Drive
Jams you own appear in your Google Drive along with your Docs, Sheets, and other files. This happens automatically when you create and save a Jam from the Jamboard, or if you create a new Jam from jamboard.google.com or the Jamboard mobile app.
How jams work with Google Drive:
- Open, copy, and share jams directly from your Google Drive.
- Organize jams in your Drive however you like, moving and copying them into different folders.
- Open jams right from Drive using Jamboard apps for the web, Android, and iOS.
- Make a copy of Jam files.
Tip: In Drive, you can search for jam files by entering type:jam in the search box.