Google boosts Google Drive for easier access and increasing user satisfaction when operating the cloud-based service.
Everything nowaday is about the cloud. All services surrounding the cloud have been set in place to offer users a safe and reliable storage capacity which doesn’t rely on physical gadgets anymore. And it’s really useful too. Gigabytes of files don’t eat up memory space on our devices anymore as they’re stored in the cloud.
Another perk of cloud-based services is that we have all these files available anywhere, at any time, from any location and device. With everything at hand, accessing a document is a piece of cake.
One of the downsides may be that with all the files placed in bulk somewhere over longer periods of time, we forget to clean the messy excess of stuff we don’t really need anymore. Thus, searching for files may become a bit of a draf. That’s why Google boosts Google Drive for easier access, setting up important updates to address several issues that Google Drive users may find unpleasant.
With the Google Drive update, searching for files in the cloud becomes so much easier. As the Google team put it, it will:
“be super easy to find your files”.
Granted, there are Google Drive users who’ve never experienced the cluster of issues that comes with improperly sorting through your files. Still, even for this class of super humans, the Google Drive update should be a welcome uptune. No more pecking for that long lost file uploaded to Google Drive three months ago.
A simple search query input in the search bar will reveal the file or several files and sort them through date and time. Input can vary from a keyword to several keywords to something remotely connected to the said file.
The Google Drive update is available across platforms. Several filters have been implemented to offer an advanced search option feature. Google values our time, so the Google Drive update is meant to bring forth files more rapidly and in a simplified manner.
With the Google Drive update, you can also search for files or folders that have been shared. Simply input the email address of the sender or the title of the file or anything connected to it. Any of these clues input in the search bar should surface the file in no time. The Google Drive update is still being rolled out. So it may take some time until all users have access to upgraded cloud-based service.
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