Given Google Drive's supreme searchability, folders might seem unnecessary. But once you’ve begun collecting all kinds of content from the web using the above methods, Drive can become pretty cluttered.
It’s a good idea to dedicate folders to separate content types. One folder for saved articles, another for audio clips, and a third for web images might be just enough to help you find what you need in a pinch.
These tips should help make Google Drive what it's intended to be: that one place where you store everything. As a result, you’ll never have to wonder which cloud service is home to which of the many random items you've saved from the Web.
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