Google will automatically delete files that have been moved to the trash can of "Google Drive" on September 15, US time after 30 days have passed.Announced.. The new policy will be applied from October 13th.
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Files that have been in the Trash folder for several months will remain as they are until 30 days after the new policy is applied.
Other "G Suite" services such as "Gmail" already follow this policy.
Google Drive is important for people who work from home because of the pandemic of the new coronavirus, as it has the ability to share documents and collaborate with colleagues on projects. Google Docs also has an offline mode that allows you to work in environments with unstable internet connections.
This article is from overseas CBS InteractivearticleWas edited by Asahi Interactive for Japan.