This Google Drive update should make it so much easier to keep your shared files safe


Google has announced that it would be making it easier for users to set expiry dates when sharing files on its cloud storage platform Drive that uses basic automation to save users from having to go back into the sharing menu and revoke access.

Previously, adding expiry dates to shared files for viewers and commenters was done after having first shared the file or folder, by going back into the menu and amending permissions. With the introduction of this update, certain Google Drive users will now be able to set an expiry date at the point of sharing.

Additionally, Google has also added the ability to control the access period for editors, which was previously unavailable. 

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Google Drive sharing with expiry



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