Google Drive is making finding your documents a lot easier and faster by unleashing the full power of the Google search engine. You can now search the way you talk and get spelling corrected. Drive's update, starting to roll out today, includes Google Search's Natural Language Processing, which lets you search with natural phrasing. For example, you can type things like "find my budget spreadsheet from last December" instead of trying to remember what you named it. You can also narrow down results with phrases like "show me presentations from [person]," so you can quickly find everything they have shared with you. Drive also has an autocorrect feature now that suggests search terms that you may have misspelled. Other features of the update include a way to split documents into multiple columns in Docs, and Drive will now save an original copy of any file you convert and edit in Docs, Sheets or Slides.
What you love about Google Search — now for Drive [Google Drive Blog]