Right-click a file or folder and select Add to Starred to flag as important for easy finding later. To see all your starred files and folders, click Starred from the left side menu.
See Moving Data from Google My Drive to Shared drives for instructions on moving files or folders from My Drive to a Shared drives. Note that you can move any file that you own from My Drive to a Shared drives.
To move files between Shared drives you need to have the Manager role on the original Shared drive hosting the file and at least the Contributor role in the destination Shared drive.
You must have at least the Content manager role for the Shared drives
The file will be moved to the Shared drives’ Trash folder for 30 days and is accessible by other members of the Shared drive during that time.
You must have the Manager role
You must have the Contributor role
Tip: If you aren’t ready to delete a Shared drives, but you aren’t actively using it, you can hide it. Hiding a Shared drives removes it from your view but does not delete or hide it for other members of the Shared drive. See instructions in the next section.
You must have the Manager role for the drive
You can hide a Shared drives while still maintaining access to it. You can unhide the Shared drive at any time.
Individual files within a Shared drive can be shared with people who are not members of the Shared drive.
Managers are now able to share folders within the Shared drive who people who are not members of the drive. Shared folders can have the same membership levels as the top level Shared drive with the exception of the Manager role.
Once a folder has been shared with someone who is not a member of the Shared drive, they will be listed as a Guest in the list of who has access to the folder.