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You can get all your data copy to your drive by using Google Colab. Just follow the simple steps to get that. On your drive, create a shortcut to the shared folder Open https://colab.research.google.com/ Create new Notebook Mount your google drive by doing the following: from google.colab import drive drive.mount('/gdrive') Type: %cd /gdrive/My\ Drive/...


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Create a new Google Colaboratory Notebook Mount your Google Drive from google.colab import drive drive.mount('/gdrive') Copy via shell !cp -r '/gdrive/My Drive/src/.' '/gdrive/My Drive/dest'


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You can use Python. This answer was inspired by Aditya, so please upvote his answer there. I provide improved code below, which can display only the largest folders. (It is my first time coding in Python!) In Google Colab, create a new notebook, click on the "Files" icon in the left sidebar, and "Mount Drive". You will need to ...


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You may have to enable "third party cookies" in the Security & Privacy preferences (settings) in your browser (e.g., Chrome). This worked for me.


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A simple method (and slightly different than other suggestions currently posted) to recursively change ownership of all items within a folder: "right-click" on the top-level folder on which you want to recursively change ownership (OR, in the full directory path shown at the top, click the "down arrow" on the current folder), and select option "Search ...


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I think I actually did it. (Not sure if there is any danger to it, so be careful, but it worked for me with pdfs.) First, You need to create a direct link. Find out ID (long string) of your file and enter this: https://drive.google.com/uc?export=view&id=ID Simply add "#page=XX" at the end of it and prey that it works... (Use that one!) https:...


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How I found out Disclaimer: Unless you wanna learn how I found out about this trick, skip to the next section. I was looking at this StackExchange question for inspiration on how to do such a thing the other day and now I've found out how to do it. Since the HTML displayed on your browser must contain the raw/unparsed Google Doc, there must be a way to do ...


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One approach to this is using Google Colab. Step 1: Visit Google Colab and create a new python 3 notebook. Step 2: Mount drive Step 3: run this code in the cell: (replace folder-name with any folder in your drive) ! du -sh /content/drive/My\ Drive/<folder-name> For example, to get the total size of the /content/drive/My\ Drive/dataset directory, you ...


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Going off of mvark's answer, you can use the following bookmarklet for quick access. javascript:(function()%7Blocation.href%20%3D%20'https%3A%2F%2Fdocs.google.com%2Fviewer%3Furl%3D'%20%2B%20location.href%7D)()


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POSSIBLE SOLUTION (don't shoot the messenger) - But I had an issue downloading from Google Drive. I would click to download, it scans for virus, and then nothing...no download started. But then I stumbled on this. I right click the item I want to download and click to "get link", then copy and paste the url. Finally, on this screen you will see the ...


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To follow on to the questions in comments on the answer from @jaycer : How do you create a file from a template inside a specific folder The URL would look like this https://docs.google.com/document/d/${temlpateId}/copy?id=${temlpateId}&copyCollaborators=false&copyComments=false&includeResolvedCommentsOnCopy=false&title=${title}&...


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You can use Google Takeout to transfer the complete archive of your data to another account. To move files without downloading and re-uploading : Open the source Google Drive account. Right-click on the file(s) or folder and select Share (or click the Share icon) Type the target account name, click Advanced, under Sharing settings change the permission to "...


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You can find the location of a item in the Quota screen by clicking on it, then looking at the bottom of the screen to see the folder path, or alternatively by opening the info panel on the right-hand side, then looking at the folder where it says "Location". (See the orange circles in the screenshot below.) If these are empty, you have an 'orphaned' file, ...


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Select the folder in Shared with me on a computer, then press Shift + Z. You can then add the folder to My Drive. You can sync folders in My Drive with your computer by using Backup & Sync.


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Unfortunately, there are no options provided for checking folder sizes whether they are shared or not. There is a whole thread at Google Support since 2019 asking how to check (normal) folder size. However, Google has not yet implemented the feature.


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Yes, the color can be changed. Open the folder, click the triangle next to the name and then the 'Change color' option:


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The proper, updated answer as per today (2020-06-24) for activate the previous available now hidden functionality for saving a Shared with Me folder into your Google Drive as an active working link available at your computer or drive, is to press Shift+Z and then click on the Shared Folder (ref.).


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Copy the text of the link and in replace “/?...” at the end of the link with “copy”. This goes straight to the save a copy option


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Try putting a ? in front for a partial search. For example, ?_10172020_ Should find Worksheet7_10172020_1100.xlsx and Worksheet8_10172020_1130.xlsx but not Worksheet17_10182020_1330.xlsx


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This is possible with a workaround. Add your images to your Google Drive. Insert images from the "Insert > Image > Drive" option into your document Once you reload the document, changes to the image show up (images do not update in real-time). The limitation of this workaround is that the system maintains the aspect ratio of the original image. So, if you ...


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This is easily done by creating a quick Google Form with one question as a file upload type. You can set parameters on # of files allowed per upload up to 10, as well as file type and size parameters. See example of form setup This will allow you to have a unique URL for the request that you can share, as well as the ability to create multiple types of file ...


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Now, in September 2020 this is still a problem. I found two workarounds for this. Solution 1: Open the PDF in OS X Preview. Export the PDF and use the Reduce File Size Quartz filter. The new PDF is fixed and transparency will not be printed in black anymore. Solution 2: Convert the PDF into .jpg images using https://smallpdf.com/pdf-to-jpg and then print ...


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If you need Folder-id not Files-id function listFilesInFolder(folderName) { var sheet = SpreadsheetApp.getActiveSheet(); sheet.appendRow(['Name','File-Id']); //change the folder ID below to reflect your folder's ID (look in the URL when you're in your folder) var folder = DriveApp.getFolderById('your ID mother folder'); var contents = folder....


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If your Google Account supports "Drive File Stream" https://www.google.com/drive/download/ - you can access the contents of the folder simply from Windows Explorer or the Command Prompt - and copy the files just as you would do on a local drive.


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For some reason, Tanaike's answer keeps giving me an error when running the line when it gets the blob using DriveApp. It only worked after I changed that line to get the file using var img = UrlFetchApp.fetch(fileUrl).getBlob(); Just in case it helps someone from google like me.


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First off, you need to have certain "superadmin" role permissions to be able to do that. You need the "Move any file or folder into shared drives" role added to your account. https://support.google.com/a/answer/7374057 However, even with those roles in place, you may encounter the dreaded "Folders can't be moved into shared drives yet" error. It turns ...


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You can add just a shortcut (from 3/2020). There is a workaround: you can use the keyboard shortcut Shift+Z and old the feature appears. You can add the shared folder to your Drive (works also in Google Sync). More info here.


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Use google colab to find the number of files in a folder Go to this notebook File -> Save a copy in Drive The new copy will open automatically Run the code blocks by selecting and pressing Shift+Enter Mount the google drive when you are prompted Change the value of variable FOLDER_PATH from labelled-dataset to your own folder name or path. For example ...


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You can use type:spreadsheet in your query. Works with: spreadsheet, presentation, drawing, image, video, pdf


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