WVU Parkerburg Student Google Apps Documentation:

Select an App from the list below:





Gmail Overview:
Gmail is the email service for the institution. Gmail offers the flexibility to view email on your desktop (via Microsoft Outlook) or through a web client. Your email address will end “@wvup.edu“ NOT gmail.com.

Accessing WVUP Email


You will need two pieces of information to access your WVU Parkersburg Email: a WVUP Email Address and a password.

If you do not know your WVUP Email Address:
  1. Go to http://it.wvup.edu/IDlookup.aspx

  2. Enter your WVUP ID number (9-digit number starting with ‘9’) into the textbox provided and click Submit.

    If you do not know your WVUP ID Number:

     
    1. Go to http://www.wvup.edu/OLSIS and log into the system
      (If you have not set up your OLSIS account, please click here)

    2. Once logged in, go to STUDENT RECORDS > STUDENT RECORDS > VIEW STUDENT INFORMATION.

    3. On the next screen at the top right will be your WVUP ID number listed next to your name.



  3. Your WVUP Network ID will appear on the screen. Your WVUP Email Address is your WVUP Network ID with '@wvup.edu' at the end.
        Example:
    • Network ID: jdoe
    • WVUP Email Address:jdoe@wvup.edu

If you do not know your WVUP ID Password:
  • By default, it is your birthday in six digits (mmddyy)

  • If you are still unable to log in, please contact the IT Help Desk at 304-424-8215 or Submit a Ticket


FAQs:

1. What will my new email address be? 
     Your email address structure will be your WVUP Email username with '@wvup.edu' at the end.
  • Example:   jdoe7@wvup.edu   
2. How do I set up my email on a smartphone or mobile device?

3. How do I change my WVUP Email Password?



Using Your Email with the Gmail Web Client Tutorials: o Gmail Navigation o Creating and Sending an Email



Google Calendar Overview:
  • Allows for easy time-management and the ability to share and see calendar information with others.

Google Calendar Web Client
Didn't find what you were looking for?
        o For more information, please see Google Calendar Online Support available here.

 


Google Drive Overview:
  • Google Drive is a web-based file maintenance center.
  • It allows you to save, edit and create documents spreadsheets, presentation slides and drawings using Google Docs.
  • Google Docs is a service within Google Drive. You can also open Gmail attachments in Google Docs to view and make edits.
FAQs

1. If I upload a file to Google Drive, how do I edit it if I need to?
  • Microsoft files uploaded to Google Drive, and are accessed using the Installed version, will be edited using
    the Microsoft Office Suite installed on the computer.
  • If you use the web version to view or make changes, not all files can be edited using the web tools for Google Drive.
                         o Editable File Types:
                              - .cvs
                              - .doc or .docx (Microsoft Word Files)
                              - .html
                              - .pptx or .pps (Microsoft PowerPoint Files)
                              - .ods
                              - .rtf
                              - .txt
                              - .xls or .xlsx (Microsoft Excel Files)
  • If you create a Google Docs, Sheets, Slides or Drawings file in the Google Web Client, you can only edit the
    files in the Google Web Client.
  • You can download a Google-created file and it will be saved in its corresponding format:

  •                  o Google Docs = .docx
                     o Google Slides = .pptx
                     o Google Sheets = .xlsx
2. How do I rename or remove a file from Google Drive Installed?

     o Rename a File:
        Right-Click the file inside of Google Drive Installed and select RENAME to rename a file.

     o Remove a File:
        Right-Click the file inside of Google Drive Installed and select DELETE to remove a file.





Google Talk Overview:
  • Google Talk is an optional instant messaging system which allows you to chat with other users.
  • In order to chat with a user, the user must accept an add request, as with other instant messaging systems.


Google Talk via Gmail Web Client:
 
 
 
 

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