On May 9, Google announced the establishment of a new button (“Save to Drive”) to save web content directly into the paperless storage service of the firm, Google Drive.
This new button is designed to give users access to Google Drive in a simplified way to backup content.
Nicolas Garnier, in-charge of relations with developers for Google, discusses the process in a post on the blog of the company: “We surf the internet for a million different reasons – from research projects to school until even those to kill time.
And when you find something interesting for us (…), we may want to save it for future reference or to share with someone in the future. “