Google Drive for Mac/PC now allows selective syncing imac

Google has updated its Drive client for Mac and imac PC with the ability to selectively sync folders and sub-folders. You’ll now also be able to deselect folders, upon which they’ll be removed from your system but will still remain accessible in your Drive.

While you can already delete your Drive stuff directly from your computer, the latest update adds a warning that pops up when you are removing files/folders that are shared with other people, minimizing accidental deletes.

The new features have started rolling out, and google says the roll-out will continue over the next week or so. So, be patient, if you’re not seeing the changes currently.

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