Now Set Expiring Access When Sharing Files on Google Drive

Google has recently unveiled an update for the sharing function on Google Drive which is aimed to make sharing within Google Workspace safer.

As revealed in an official blog, My Drive users are able to now set expiring access while sharing files within My Drive.

Google Drive has an updated file access expiration feature that allows users to set an expiration date when sharing files.

This is particularly useful when the person who is creating or editing files is aware that the work they do together with another person is subject to an expiration date.

The new security feature means users won't need to clear an access control list of a file once the collaboration is over.

It's only available for Google Workspace Business Standard, Business Plus, Enterprise Essentials, Enterprise Standard, Enterprise Plus, Education Plus, Education Standard, and Nonprofits customers.

The feature will be completed for global rollout by the 15th of November 2022. It will be accessible through My Drive on Android by the close of November.

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