Files by Google App to get a Trash Folder

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Google on its Files app to add a Trash folder after adding a safe folder, playback speed controls, and a PDF Handler on Android. This news was first spotted by XDA’s Mishaal Rahman in the latest Files code by Google beta version 1.0.345.

Once available, you will see a new ‘Trash’ item in the app’s hamburger menu present to the top left corner of the home page. According to the report, you’ll find the deleted files in reverse chronological order.

If it goes well you will soon see a Trash section, you can choose to manually delete files or restore them to their original location. As Google points out in its notification banner, the app will automatically delete files in Trash after 30 days. Take a look at the feature in action below.

Also, the latest beta build comes with improvements to the audio player that enhances background audio playback. You also get file grouping for better browsing and screenshot cleaning to spot and delete old screenshots.

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