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Got a heap load of files and no time to manage all of them? Say no more, because Google has the solution to all you file managing problems. Google Drives receives new updates, most of them being focused on speeding up your tasks.
Are, by chance, forever on the run? If this is the case, then you are familiar with the perks of using Google Drive, a cloud-like platform that lets you create and manage your files and folders more easily than other applications.
So, what’s up with the new updates? Despite the platforms mobility, it was lacking certain things in the area of efficiency. And so, Google has decided that it’s high time that Drive should receive a couple of updates.
After updating to the new version of Google Drive, you will see some pretty cool features. The first one is the ability to perform drag-and-drop gestures on files in the search bar. This means that once you find the file you were looking for, you can easily drag it into another folder.
This comes in handy if you have many documents on your device, and you manage to misplace some of them. Simply perform a quick search for the file, grab it from the search bar and drag into another folder or create a new one for it.
Google Drive receives new updates, thus boosting the efficiency of the file-managing online platform. The tech giant also added two new features to the platform. Both of them are made to reduce the time it takes to access certain functions of the platform.
For example, after performing the update, you can save a picture directly from preview mode and store in a folder. Moreover, Google has even added a new “Move” button on the toolbar. Why is this button an important asset?
Well, let’s say you wanted to move a folder. In the older version of the platform, the user had to access Drive’s menu, located in the upper-right corner of the screen. The button resembles three dots. Once the menu was opened, you would have had to select the “move” option in order to complete the action.
After the new updates, the whole action becomes easier. Simply select a file or a folder, press the “move” button on the toolbar and the select its target.
Google Drive receives new updates, most on them concentrating on cutting down the time it takes the user to access certain functions.