How to Move Photos into Folders in Google Drive on Android?

Google Drive allows you to move any number of photos and videos into a folder easily. There are many ways to move your photos and videos into folders on Android phone. One way is, open 'Google Drive' app on your Android phone. Tap and hold the photo which you want to move and select 'Move to..' option. Select the folder from your list of existing Google Drive folders and tap 'Move' button.

Following are the steps to Move Photos into Folders in Google Drive on Android:

  1. Open "Google Drive" app on your Android phone.
  2. Tap "Grey i" icon located next to the photo's name to open its preview panel.
  3. Tap "Move" button.
  4. You will see a list of existing folders.
  5. Tap the destination folder to move your photo.
  6. You can also tap "New folder" button to create a new folder for the photo.
  7. Tap "Move" button.
  8. This way you can move photos into folders in Google Drive on Android.

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