Google Drive has a feature called Priority page, which allows you to curate a custom list of documents through suggestions from Google and the use of workspaces. The Priority page is located in the left-hand navigation in Google Drive. The two primary features of the Priority page are:

  • Priority – A list of documents that Google thinks are most relevant to you. Each document also offers an action you can take related to it without having to navigate to the document such as replying to a comment or reviewing recent edits.
  • Workspaces – A way to group together content for easier access such as multiple files for the same project that are saved in different folders on My Drive and Shared drives. You can add any document to a workspace by right-clicking on the document and selecting “Add files”. There is a 25-file limit for each workspace you create.

Note: You can make Priority your default home page on Google Drive via the gear icon in the upper right-hand corner of your Google Drive, going to Settings, and checking “Make Priority my default home page” under General.

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