Modified 07 March 2017 by Ian Weatherhogg

Use this tip to add Google Drive to your Documents folder in Windows, so it is always easy to find.

Using Google Drive on a PC is great, but sometimes it can be a struggle to find your Google Drive folder when saving a file. Using the tip below you can add the Google Drive folder to Documents in Windows Explorer, or even set it as your default save location, so whenever you save Windows will start at the Google Drive folder.

  • Right-click your Documents folder and select Properties
  • Select "Include a folder..." and locate your Google Drive folder
  • To make Google Drive your default save location, select Set save location
  • Click OK or Apply

Let us know how this works for you in the comments, we're always happy to hear from fellow Google Apps users.