Save Web Content Directly to Google Drive
Google Drive is a Cloud Service which gives you about 5 GB of free storage but really do you upload anything to it. Obviously a lot of people do but sometimes we are lazy to upload that great image or video to Google drive because who has time huh? Well Google Docs team has released a Chrome Extension which allows you to save various web content directly to your Google Drive Account.
Basically by default it saves everything like Web Pages as Screenshot in PNG format but well you can configure that by Right-clicking the Google drive icon besides your address bar in the Options sub-menu to save them as HTML Files. It can also be used for saving audio, video, PDFs and even Office files from the Web to Google Drive but it would fail if the size of the file is more than 25 MB.
Click Here to Get Save to Google Drive Extension
October 1, 2013 by Henry Conrad
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