1) File Management and Revision ControlOne of the key skills you need when using a computer, or even just storing lots of paper, is called File Management — this is the skill of naming and organizing files and folders in a way that makes them easier to find later (as opposed to just tossing everything in the same box, then having to look at every single piece of paper in the box just to find the one your looking for). There's a lot to this, and it's also a bit of an art (everybody organizes things differently). If you want to learn more (and you should!), take a look at this article: Creating Order From Chaos: 9 Great Ideas for Managing Your Computer Files.
NOTE: The names shown below are intended for use inside Stencyl. When you export the game to your laptop's harddrive and upload it to your Gdrive folder, it will have the extension ".stencyl" added to the end of the name. This extension is part of the file name and must be left there.
Now that you know how to name your files, the next step is when to create a new copy of your game. Here's the process: