Google Drive gets support for cutting, copying and pasting shortcuts across multiple Chrome tabs

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Google has announced Long-dropped support for using keyboard shortcuts to cut, copy, and paste files into Google Drive on the Web, but only if you access the service through your Chrome browser.

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To some people, Google Drive on the web has never offered access to clipboard features, despite Keyboard shortcuts to perform various tasks on selected items.

New support for + C (or Ctrl + C on PC), + X, and + V to copy, cut, and paste Google Drive files allows users to copy and move one or more files. Allowing time should be saved. new places. Drive space, and on multiple Chrome tabs with fewer clicks.

Google says the file’s link and its title are now captured when a file is copied, allowing users to paste them into a document or email. Plus, copying a file and pressing + Shift + V creates shortcuts for organizing files in multiple locations without necessarily creating duplicate files.

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Finally, Chrome users can now open files or folders in a new tab using + Enter, which should make it easier to view multiple files at once, or to more easily organize files between two folder locations. Must use different tabs. different.

Earlier this month, Google Docs got a additional new feature Which allows users to select multiple sections of text and apply actions such as deleting, copying, pasting or formatting all selections at the same time.

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