Google recently overhauled Gmail with a fresh revamp and new functions. Now, the company is following that and rolling out an update to how Google Drive will look on the web. There’s no change in the way you use Drive; the redesign just involves color changes and where icons and buttons are placed. Google says it made visual tweaks to Drive to align with its latest Material Design principles, which were already on show in the new Gmail. “We built this new interface to create a responsive and efficient experience for Drive users, and to feel cohesive with other G Suite products,” the company wrote in a blog post.
The changes include small adjustments to where icons are laid out: the settings wheel and help center button are now in line with the search bar; if you have a custom company logo, that’s been moved to the top right; the “new” button has been refreshed; and fonts for the headers have been changed. Drive’s background is also now white instead of gray.
Google says the new redesign is available to all G Suite editions, and it will roll out to everyone over the next few days.
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