Google announced that they will support popular keyboard shortcuts for Google Drive. As revealed by the tech giant in a blog post, you can now use the familiar keyboard shortcuts Ctrl + C (or Command + C on Mac), Ctrl + X and Ctrl + V to copy , cut and paste Google Drive files in your Chrome browser Browser. This saves you time by allowing you to copy one or more files and move them to new locations in Drive and across multiple tabs, with fewer clicks.
Additionally, a link to the file and its title will also be recorded when copying the file, allowing you to easily paste them into a document or email. To help you easily organize files in multiple locations without necessarily creating duplicate files, Ctrl + C, Ctrl + Shift + V will create shortcuts.
Finally, you can open a file or folder in a new tab with Ctrl + Enter, so you can easily view multiple files at once, or use different tabs to easily organize files between two different folder locations. together.
This feature will be available to all Google Workspace customers and users with personal Google Accounts when using Google Chrome before the first week of June.
Earlier this month, Google also announced a number of important features for its cloud-based productivity suite that are already available for Google Drive. Files shared across Google Docs, Sheets, and Slides now provide users with warning labels. The tech giant updated its blog post to announce a new feature for the services. These warning labels warn users of malicious content.
This feature is available to all Google Workspace users, including users of the old G Suite Basic and Business plans.