Google Files is an application which many Android users in Europe use frequently. Over the past few months, the app has received various improvements, such as new controls when playing videos. The app is now updated with a new feature, which is a favorites folder.
This folder will allow users add content to favorites in an easy way, so that when they want to access these files, they will find them all in this folder. Thus, Google Files will protect them at all times, for example by preventing their accidental deletion.
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New favorites folder in Google Files
One of the main functions of Google Files is cleaning your storage over the phone. The app removes duplicate files, screenshots, or those that take up too much space on the phone while using its cleaning tool. Although this is very useful, there is a possibility that when you clean it, you mistakenly delete the files that you wanted to keep. The Favorites folder seeks to help the user in this regard.
This favorites folder is a way to put these files in a safe place. Marking a file as a favorite will send it to the Favorites folder. When cleaning is done using the app, this folder will always be kept in a safe place. All the files it contains will always be kept, they will not be deleted.
All you have to do is enter Google Files, find the file in question and mark it as a favorite. Once a file has been added to the app as a favorite, that folder will already be displayed. Folder allows you to organize these files by size, date, or name, just like any folder.
This new favorites folder is introduced in version 1.0.362806406 of the application. This feature is already being rolled out for Android users, but it is not yet available to everyone. In the next few hours, everyone is expected to be able to benefit from this new dossier.
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