1. Make use of shortcuts
• To make a Google Drive shortcut, go to the file, right-click it.
• Choose to add a shortcut to Drive from the context menu.
2. Configure Offline Access to Your Files
• Go to Google Drive > Settings > Offline to get started.
• Select the option next to Create, open, and edit recent Google Docs, Sheets, and Slides files while offline.
3. Modify the Drive Interface
• You may alter the color of a folder by right-clicking on it.
• Select Change color from the context menu.
4. Convert all Microsoft Offline Files to Google Drive Formats
• Navigate to Settings > Convert uploads in Google Drive.
• By checking the option next to Convert uploaded files to convert it to Google Docs editor format.
5. Share directly from Google Drive
• Right-click on the file you wish to share and select the Share option.
• You may choose to share it with particular persons or make it open to the public.