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In Google Drive, you can use Sort split-button and choose Quota Used to show the size of each file there.

However, folder sizes are not shown.

I guess it's really a basic requirement in order to manage folders in Google Drive. I have a folder full of subfolders and files, and I can't go summing up the size of each file recursively.

I need to decide whether deleting this folder or not. But I need to know it's size beforehand.

Is there any way to see how much volume a folder has taken?

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I've found this web application that could help : http://gdrivefoldersize.appspot.com/ Still very simple but good to take an overview.

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Can you explain a bit more about how the features of the app fulfill what the OP is looking for? –  jonsca Feb 21 at 1:53
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He asked a way to see the size of his google drive folders and that's exactly what the app does. Or did I miss something? –  Nicolas Jolet Mar 2 at 18:52
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Hi. I am the developer of that app. Ask away :) –  sfratini Jun 21 at 2:25
    
@sfratini Hi! This is a great tool!! It would be sweet if you offered the ability to sort by size and also put sub-folders at the top of the page. :) –  Dan Atkinson Aug 13 at 16:06
    
Hi! Sorry for the late response. Breadcrumb navigation is already implemented! I could check if there is a way to sort the columns. –  sfratini Oct 17 at 12:37

Unfortunately, the answer is no.

See this discussion: http://productforums.google.com/forum/#!topic/drive/TVtw1_QA6fA

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If you have Google Drive installed on your PC or MAC, use Windows Explorer (PC) or Finder (MAC) to easily check the folder sizes. I could not find a way to do it from a web browser.

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The folders that I've selected for Google drive on my PC amount to >6 GB. However google drive website says they are only 3.7 GB (fully synched). Would be nice to check folder sizes/no files within etc as I'm not convinced all my files are synched! –  user56353 Jan 5 at 11:51

You can use the below link and go to the root folder and click analyze this folder http://gdrivefoldersize.appspot.com/

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This has already been suggested, I don't think your explanation is much deeper than the one already existing. –  Punchlinern Apr 21 at 14:29

I have google-drive locally installed on my PC. With the tool JDiskReport (free, great tool!) you can easily see the usage in the tree of folders and subfolders.

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How to do that? References? Screenshots? –  Jacob Jan Tuinstra Mar 5 at 21:01

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