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How to save one file to multiple folders in Google Drive [Tip]

In Google Drive, you can place your files to different folders. You can even assign various colors to each folder. This makes it easier for you to search and organize the files that you’ve stored on your cloud storage.

Now, what if you want to save a single file or document to multiple folders? Is that even possible? Well, it is. As a matter of fact, it offers a good solution for organizing files. So instead of copying files, you can just follow the steps listed below.

How to save one file or document to multiple folders in Google Drive

Place one file to multiple folders [1]

Place one file to multiple folders b [2]

Place one file to multiple folders c [3]

Place one file to multiple folders d [4]

So that’s it. You’re done. To determine the folder/s where your file is located, just look at the section next to your file’s name or title.

Place one file to multiple folders e [5]

Alternatively, Chrome users can make use of a third-party browser app called “multifolder”. Just click this link [6] to download the app from the Web Store. Its function is quite similar to the built-in feature of Google Drive but instead of selecting “Move to”, you simply need to right-click on the file and then select “Multifolder” from the “Open with” menu.