How to Create and Manage Photo Folders in Google Drive on Android?

Google Drive allows you to create folders to organize photos, videos and files which make them easier to find and share with others. You can create folders in any section of the Google Drive app, such as the 'Offline' or 'Starred' sections. You will see all your created new folders in 'My Drive'.

Create Folders in Google Drive on Android:

  1. Open "Google Drive" app on your Android.
  2. Tap "+" button located at the bottom on the screen.
  3. Select "Folder" from the menu.
  4. Enter a name for the folder.
  5. Tap "Ok" button.

Manage Folders in Google Drive on Android:

Google Drive offers many options to manage the folder on Android. If you tap grey 'i' icon located next to the photo name to open its preview panel, then select the option to manage your photo folder. You can share the folder, rename the folder, remove the folder, send a link to the folder, move the folder into another folderin your Google Drive and much more. If you remove a folder also removes the photos it contains from your Google Drive. You can easily recover removing photos from the 'Trash' section of Google Drive on the web.

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