How to Create a Folder using Google Drive on the Web?

Google Drive allows you to create a new folder to add photos, videos and files on the web. Your new folder will sync automatically to the Google Drive folder on your desktop unless you choose to sync only certain folders. If you made changes to a folder on the web, then those will show up on your desktop and vice versa.

Following are the steps to Create a Folder using Google Drive on the Web:

  1. Go to https://drive.google.com & sign in to your account.
  2. Once you have signed in to your account, click "New" button located at the left side.
  3. Select "Folder" option.
  4. Enter a folder name.
  5. Click "Create" button.
  6. You new folder will now be created using Google Drive on the web.

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