Your instructor decides how files will appear, such as inline or as attachments.
In the next section, you can view an image that appears inline.
At this time, your instructor can’t preview or annotate files you submit in Google Drive’s native file formats such as Google Docs (.gdoc), Sheets (.gsheets), Slides (.gslides), and so on.
You can download the Google file and then upload it to your assignment to ensure your instructor can view it inline and provide annotations.
You may realize you made an error after you've submitted your assignment.
Your instructor won't see your name during grading.
You might access assignments from a link on the course menu called "Assignments." Or, your instructor might incorporate assignments into each week's content.
Ask your instructor if you have questions about how your course is organized.
For video files, you can view the video in full screen. For media files that appear as attachments, select the to access the editor. If you make a change to a file in cloud storage, you need to upload a new copy in your course.
You can use the options in the editor to format the text and embed images and attach files. To use your keyboard to jump to the editor toolbar, press ALT F10. Use the arrow keys to select an option, such as a numbered list. If your browser allows, media files you add from cloud storage display inline.