All About Accessing SVGs in Google Drive
Congratulations on your Entire Shop SVG Bundle purchase!
The deliverable file for your purchase is a .pdf, which contains the link to a massive Google Drive folder, where you can access every single SVG that I have listed on my storefront! It’s the gift that keeps on giving — you get access to future releases for free!
Here’s how to get to your purchase:
1. Click the link contained within the .pdf — it’s easily discernible because it has a big rectangle around it. In the event that your settings make the link un-clickable, you can key in the exact link as it’s displayed. It’ll give you the same access!
When you click the link, a browser window should come up that looks like this:
Boom! Instant access. It really is that easy. You can scroll through the hundreds of folders to find that perfect SVG!
2. When you find the SVG you’d like to download, simple double click the folder. It’ll reveal five files inside the folder: .ai, .pdf, .png, .dxf, and .svg. Simply choose the one (or all) that you’d like to download. When you hover over the individual file, you’ll notice a downward facing arrow appears in the upper left, like this:Click that, and confirm any dialogue boxes that pop up. You’ll find the file in your browser downloads! You can choose to save it to a special location, or just drag to your desktop for use.
A Few Tips
- You’ll notice that, on the top level SVG Bundle page, there is an option to “Download All.” While you can download them all, you’ll need a pretty stellar internet connection to do so — with literally thousands of individual files, it’s going to take a really long time to .zip up, and then begin the download process. I absolutely do not recommend doing this – downloading your files as needed is what is recommended.
- Because your bundle purchase gets updated with new SVG files for free, I recommend bookmarking the link you received so you can continually revisit to see what’s new, or to retrieve files as needed.
- You can sort by “last modified” (where it says Name in the upper right) – when you do this, you’ll see the newest additions first, as well as any files that received an update. This ensures you’ll be seeing the freshest stuff!