Google Rolls Out New Web UI For Google Drive

Google Rolls Out New Web UI For Google Drive

Google already brought some substantial upgrades to Google Drive and its suite of productivity apps at I/O. Now, it’s beginning to roll out the updated interface on the web.

According to Android Police, some users are now getting the prompt to activate the new design for Drive on the web. The new version comes with an updated thumbnail grid, the ability to use desktop-style shortcuts (Ctrl-Clicking only works in list-view at the moment) and more. The rollout may be slow so if you don’t see it now, just hang tight.

Google Drive Gets A Shiny New Interface On The Web, Rolling Out To Users Starting Now [Android Police]

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