We're visual people on the web, but digital file sharing with its basic naming conventions and tree text view options is not. Today, Google takes its Drive service, the blend of file sharing with word processor and spreadsheet tools, in an image-conscience direction. Right-click on a file in your Drive account to quickly pull up a preview image of the photo, PDF, or any of the more than 30 files supported in the system without opening each item individually.
From the preview, you can share the document, print, watch video, scroll through pages, and copy text. Is this one more change to one day make Drive the go-to source for office programming?