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Archive for February 21st, 2022

Raamwerk ECD portal links

Posted by jpluimers on 2022/02/21

For my link archive:



I basically got baffled by the (for me distracting) way the images and icons were situated on the “Cliëntportaal” page: it forced me to the more easily to grasp menu on the right, access the “Aanmelden” page, which had the wrong link.

The (non-blue, and unlike the other red links, non-red) “Log hier in bij het Cliëntportaal” link above the distracting images actually had the correct link to

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Na Eunice: ’Schade aan zonnepanelen door storm niet altijd verzekerd’ | Geld |

Posted by jpluimers on 2022/02/21

Na storm Eunice:

[Wayback/Archive] ’Schade aan zonnepanelen door storm niet altijd verzekerd’ | Geld |

Check via je tussenpersoon of zelf je verzekeringspolis.


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Workaround to add a Shared With Me folder to your Google Drive (Google made this a lot harder in 2020)

Posted by jpluimers on 2022/02/21

It took a few tries to Google how to sync folders that were shared after roughly fall 2020 (folders shared with me before that were totally fine), but [Wayback] drive google shared with me – Google Search got me the below answer.

From [Wayback/] Google completely ruined shared folders in Drive (Update: Workaround, Google shares longterm plan):

you can still move shared files and folders to your Drive, even on the web (no need for the Android app), but the option is hidden behind a keyboard shortcut. Go to your Shared with me section, highlight the shared files or folders you want to move, and type Shift+Z on your keyboard. You’ll see the old move menu and can choose where to put those folders. On your PC, they’ll sync and behave like they used to, no shortcut mess. More info can be found here, and you can always type ? in Drive to bring up the list of keyboard shortcuts if you forget this one.

Finally, Remy revealed that the Drive team will “keep this behavior [Shift+Z] around for folders until we have a solid solution to sync shared folders.” I think that helps appease our collective fears about the change.

From the page linked at [Wayback] Find files & folders with Google Drive shortcuts – Computer – Google Drive Help:

Shortcuts can sync across your devices, including computers and smartphones. But when you use Backup and Sync to connect with a computer, there are some differences. The shortcuts you made to individual files will sync up with the file as normal. But the shortcuts you made to shared folders will just link to the folder on the Google Drive website.

Try these alternatives:

  • Instead of a shortcut, add the folder to an additional location. On the Google Drive website, select the folder and press Shift + Z. 
  • Add shortcuts to individual files within the shared folder (and not to the shared folder itself).
  • If you’re a Google Workspace user, learn more about Drive File Stream.


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