As far as I know.. if I'm browsing on my windows file explorer folders, and I want to create new document inside the current folder I'm at (lets say this folder is synced with Google Drive).
So the fastest way to create new document would be:
- open Google Chrome
- open Google Drive website
- navigate to the appropriate folder I was on Windows file explorer
- create new document
- comeback to the Windows file browser folder
- wait for the local sync app to sync the newly created files (assuming that I'm using 'Google Drive File Stream' / 'Google Drive Backup & Sync')
- and finally see the new Google Docs document on the folder
Perhaps I could even fasten it a little bit by
going one folder up, right clicking the one and 'open with Google Drive', but still, comparing it to the Microsoft's alternative which is:
- right click -> New -> Microsoft word document
How can I speed up the process here?
Is there some third party app that allows creating Docs from the right click menu?
Or perhaps any idea how could I write such a script that shortcuts this process?
Any suggestion or idea will be welcomed!