Graduation is looming, which means it’s time for seniors to start thinking about what to do with all the files accumulated throughout their time at UR.

While active students are given 10 GB of storage space across the Google suite, alumni three years past graduation only have one GB of email storage.

Fortunately, Google offers a few ways to move data to other accounts.

The easiest is to login to your UR Gmail account, click on the profile icon, and click “Manage Your Google Account.”  That will take you to a new page, where you will see a large button saying “Transfer Your Content.” From there, you just put in the name of the account you want to transfer everything to. Remember to leave up to a week for the transfer to complete.

Google Takeout can also be used to export a copy of your Google account. With Takeout, you can transfer more than files and emails, and choose more specifically what you want to move.

Storage will not be reduced until three years after graduation, but if there are still files in your Google Drive after the time limit, you will no longer be able to use your UR email.

IT is currently developing documents to assist students with transferring data, but is unable to offer individual assistance at this time.

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