Google has been tweaking its cloud storage service, Drive, quite a bit over the past few months.
Recent additions to Drive on the Web include, opening files directly from the web viewer, sorting options based on timeline (Recents view), search by file type and other advanced searching options.
The Mountain View company even added support for letting users drag and drop files directly into folders to upload them (sub-folders on the Drive).
And now, Google has added a few new options, to help users organize their files on Drive on the web, much more easily.
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The first of the two options, is intended for users with Shared folders, [...]
Google is rolling out a new change to its cloud storage service, Drive, to help users access their files on the cloud more quickly.
A couple of weeks ago, the Mountain View company had rolled out a feature called Recent, which allows users to view their most “recently” edited files, thus saving them some time which they otherwise would have spent searching through their drive contents.
And the cloud storage service, also allows you to drag and drop files from your computer directly into folders on Drive. Prior to this, you had to upload files/folders to Drive and then organize them by moving them manually into sub folders.
Google is pushing a new feature to its cloud storage service, Drive, which will help users organize their folders more efficiently.
The Mountain View company’s service, now lets you drag and drop files directly into folders.
We are not talking about moving files from one folder on Drive, to another. FYI, that feature is already available. And the cloud storage service has long been supporting Drag and drop to upload files. It has also supported the uploading of entire folders from your PC to your Drive account.
But oddly enough, the service hasn’t had support for uploading a file to a file in Drive, by dragging and dropping. Until today, the [...]
Yesterday we reported about a new feature in Dropbox on the web, called “Recents”, which is kind of a file history feature, which only displays the recently edited files.
Google’s cloud storage service, Drive, has a similar feature called “Recent”.
Take note however, it is not like a browsing history feature, it will not show you which files you viewed last. It will only list the files which the user last uploaded, moved, or modified on Google Drive.
The features in both features are similar and almost identical. So, which one is better? Google Drive Recent or Dropbox Recents?
Google wins it by a mile thanks to its [...]