Shared files are great! But sometimes it can be difficult to find them again.
Google Drive shortcuts allow you to add a link to someone else’s file and access it, search for it, and even put it in a folder in your Drive.
This is perfect for living documents that are growing and changing–like the index of Google Quick Tips!
Watch the video below to learn how to add files to multiple folders in Google Drive.
How to Add a Shortcut to a File in Google Drive (and Organize it!)
*Related: Cut, Copy, & Paste Files in Google Drive
*Related: Google Drive Search Chips
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