Google Drive to let you share Docs with non-Google account users

Google Drive

Google has announced that users without Google account can view, comment, suggest edits to, and directly edit Google Docs, Sheets, and Slides files. The company is introducing a beta for an easy pincode identity verification process that will enable G Suite users to invite non-G Suite users to collaborate on files as visitors, using PINs.

File owners can view all the detailed activity on their files and see where it originated, and revoke access from the Drive sharing dialog at any time. Admins can manage all external sharing and audit usage. As said, Pincode Sharing in Drive is launching initially in beta and users need to sign up to get the access. For now, the company didn’t exactly reveal the final roll out timeline, so stay tuned.