Monday, October 3, 2016
Google Drive - Add a File to Multiple Folders
Save a file to multiple locations in Google Drive without making copies. Open Google Drive Select one or more files or folders You can use the Control key on Windows, or Command key on Mac, to select non-consecutive files and folders. Press SHIFT + Z and you’ll see an “Add to Folder” pop-up Select the folder where you wish to add the selected files Click OK This makes Drive organization easier and if you edit the file inside one folder, all the other instances are updated as well since they are essentially pointing to the same file.