In Google Drive Web, Google has finally enabled keyboard shortcuts for cutting, copying, and pasting. On Windows and macOS devices, you may use the Chrome browser to access the functionalities.
With the feature, users may now include a link and the title of the material they want to share in an email or a document.
The entire rollout for rapid-release domains began on May 26. The feature will be available in 1 to 3 days; for planned release domains, the full rollout will start on June 1, and the functionality will be visible simultaneously frame.
The Google Workspace Updates blog has announced the addition of the cut, copy, and paste keyboard shortcuts.
Although a little late, the copy and paste keyboard shortcuts have finally found their way to Google Drive Web on Google Chrome for Windows and macOS devices.
Users will be able to copy, paste, and transfer files from Google Drive to other destinations inside the cloud services platform and across numerous tabs with this new upgrade.
Google Drive user will be able to paste the title and a link to the copied document using the same keyboard shortcuts they use for other documents and emails with this new functionality.
Users will also be able to build shortcuts to files to prevent generating duplicates on their hard drives. Google has also enabled the keyboard shortcut to open files in a new tab.
Aside from the standard CTRL + C for copy and CTRL + V for paste, a Google Drive user may use the keyboard shortcuts CTRL + C and CTRL + Shift + V to make a shortcut to the chosen file. Users will need to use CTRL + Enter to open a file in a new tab.
The new capabilities were available on May 26 for those with the Rapid Release track activated. The enhancements will begin rolling out on June 1 for customers on the Scheduled Release track, the default configuration.
The new features will be accessible after 1 to 3 days of the rollout for both release tracks. All Google Workspace and personal Google account users will be able to access the services.
Google has just implemented a multiple text selection and editing function to Google Docs to boost efficiency.