It’s no secret that being unorganized can easily and quickly eat up your time and energy.
Raise your hand if you’ve ever spent minutes looking for that one image you need or searching for that one file you have to send immediately.
Keep your hand raised if you’ve ever suddenly realized your desktop was completely full and you had the urge to organize everything… even if you had more important things to do.
If you’ve experienced any of this, then you know how important, convenient, and productive it is to set up a filing system for your business and blog.
Read more: How to Set up a Business and Blog Filing System Using Google Drive via Productive and Free
Is your Google Drive a mess? It doesn’t take much to clutter up a cloud account. Between opt-in freebie downloads and eBooks, plus all your personal files, it can easily look like someone took a file cabinet and dumped it upside down in there.
I’ve been there! I save almost everything in Google Drive because I like being able to access it from any device. But, before I knew it, I was scrolling endlessly looking for something I knew was in there.
I wasted so much time looking for things. Sometimes I never could find it, even though I clearly remember saving it there.
When I realized exactly how frustrated my digital files were making me, I knew I had a problem. It was time to better organize Google Drive.
Slowly but surely, I’ve sorted out my digital clutter. I like knowing exactly where to put things I save. Even better, I love being able to find what I need. The relief I feel when I look in there is fabulous.
If you’re ready to better organize your own Google Drive, here’s my best advice.
Read more: 10 Tips to Better Organize Google Drive via The Workat Home Wife
As business owners, it can be very easy to let all of your digital and electronic files pile up. But by taking a few minutes to set up a filing structure that works for you, it will not only be easy to maintain, but you’ll know where to find everything the moment you need it. So let’s get started.
Read more: How to Organize Your Business Files Using Google Drive via Megan Minns