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    Google Drive begins deleting Trash files after 1 month automatically

    BERLIN, GERMANY - APRIL 22: The logo of the filehosting service Google Drive is shown on the display of a smartphone on April 22, 2020 in Berlin, Germany. (Photo by Thomas Trutschel/Photothek via Getty Images)
    on October 13th

    Beginning, Google Drive is changing its Trash policies. After 1 month, files that you’ve trashed will undoubtedly be automatically deleted. As yet, those files indefinitely have already been stored, if you don’t manually and deleted them from Trash permanently. There’s an excellent chance you’ll only be influenced by this change if you were utilizing this odd policy to hoard files.

    As The Verge notes, other Google products, like Gmail, delete trashed files after 1 month already. Which means this update shall bring some consistency across Google’s products.

    help everyone ease into this transition

    To, Google Drive will display a banner with information on the noticeable change and can show in-app notifications in Drive, Forms and docs. Admins it’s still in a position to restore files deleted from the user’s trash for 25 days, and the noticeable changes don’t impact policies set by Google Vault admins.

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