Google Drive’s Latest Update Improves Spam Detection Capabilities
Google Drive has announced a new update that will add a dedicated spam folder to keep users’ accounts protected from potentially harmful content. The cloud storage platform will use automatic classifiers to send unwanted files or folders to the spam folder, which users can also manually move. The feature also includes the option to unsubscribe users from the file, preventing any comment, sharing, or mobile push notifications. Files that remain in the spam folder for more than 30 days will be permanently removed from Drive.