Google Drive on Web Has Finally Received Cut, Copy, Paste Keyboard Shortcuts, and The Rollout Date Has Arrived on June 1st

Google Drive on Web Has Finally Received Cut, Copy, Paste Keyboard Shortcuts, and The Rollout Date H ...

Google has added the cut, copy, and paste keyboard shortcuts on Google Drive Web. Users can access the functions from your Chrome browser on Windows and Mac OS devices, and the feature will be visible in just one to three days, and for planned release, the whole roll out will begin from June 1 with the same visibility time frame.

The Google Workspace Updates blog has revealed the all-time good cut, copy, and paste keyboard shortcuts. Although late, the copy and paste keyboard shortcuts have now reached Google Drive Web on Google Chrome for Windows and MacOS devices, this feature addition will also allow users to copy, paste, and move files from Google Drive to other locations within the cloud services platform and across multiple tabs.

Users of Google Drive will have the option to copy the title and a link to the copied document with the same keyboard shortcuts to other documents and emails. The update will also allow users to create shortcuts of a file to avoid creating duplicates of the file in a user drive. Google has also enabled the keyboard shortcut to open files in a new tab.

With the keyboard shortcut CTRL + C and CTRL + Shift + V, a Google Drive user can create a shortcut of the selected file. To open a file in a new tab, users will have to hit the CTRL + Enter keys.

The new features, for both the release tracks, will be available for Google Workspace and personal Google account users on May 26. Both the features, including the default setting, will be available after 1 to 3 days of the roll out.

Google Docs has also added a multiple text selection and editing capabilities in order to increase productivity.

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