Google Drive trash is nothing but a “Recycle bin” to store the deleted items from Google Docs, Google Sheets, Google Slides, etc. The Google Drive trash is useful for restoring and deleting documents forever using Google Docs. In this Google Docs post, we will demonstrate how to access Google Drive Trash using Google Docs.
How to Access Google Drive Trash Using Google Docs?
Google Drive offers an interesting feature of “Trash” to recover some important documents that were deleted unintentionally. Moreover, it also facilitates the user to delete documents forever, which causes storage issues. Let’s see how Google Drive trash can be accessed via Google Docs:
Firstly, users can access Google Docs through the “https://docs.google.com/document/”. After accessing it, select the “Drive” button that is seen at the bottom of the screenshot.
It navigates to the “Drive” tab, on which different buttons are available on the left side of the window.
Choose the “Trash” button that can be displayed downward.
By pressing the “Trash” button, the user navigates to the “Trash” window on which the user can access the two categories of documents “Earlier this week” and “Earlier this month”.
Note: Documents are deleted (in the Trash) forever after 30 days.
Moreover, the user has the facility of “Restore” and “Delete forever” options by pressing the right click of the mouse on the particular file.
Great Work! You have experience in accessing the Google Drive Trash using Google Docs.
Google Drive trash is accessed through the “Trash” option from the “Drive” button in Google Docs. After accessing trash, the user has options “Restore” and “Delete forever” by pressing the right click of the mouse on the file. This article has explained all the essential steps to access the Google Drive Trash using Google Docs.