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Google Is Testing Full Offline Storage For Google Drive

At the beginning of this week, I was having a chat with a friend from a different industry and I showed him how the Google Docs offline mode works on the app and he was impressed with the extra feature. Something to look forward to is Google testing full offline storage for Google Drive with a feature that expands this function to include non-Google files, including PDFs, Microsoft Office documents, images, and more.

 Apparently, the beta is only available for G Suite users which helps you save files to your drive when you’re stuck without an internet connection, and can only be used via Google Chrome.
“This feature helps complete the offline experience for Google Drive. Now, users can access their important non-Google files in an offline setting, like when they’re traveling or when there’s poor internet connectivity,” writes Google.
While Google Drive already allows users to save individual Google Docs, Sheets, and Slides locally, they’re now accepting applications to join the new beta that allows testers to mark non-Google files for offline access.
Marking non-Google files as available offline is simply a matter of right-clicking on a file and selecting “Make available offline.”
Google adds that although the feature is not available in ChromeOS, it is working on bringing the offline capabilities to its platform in the future.

While this is a G Suite exclusive right now, expect it to reach other users eventually. You can go ahead and tell us your thoughts about this new offline feature in the comment sections.
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