Google had earlier promised the ability to search for items on Google Drive directly from the browser, and now, with Chrome 78, the feature will be rolling out to G Suite customers to search for files on Google Drive from the address bar.
The latest version of the world's most popular browser, Chrome 78, also include patches for about 37 security vulnerabilities, and new customization options for the tab page. Chrome 78 replaces the pointer's position with text boxes when hung over the tab, which is dubbed "tab hover cards" - and helpful when the tab bar is overloaded and there isn't a room for distinguishing the labels.
As Google's norm for new features, they are distributed in stages; as such the rolling out of the new functionality will come in stages so if any problem occurs, it won't impact everyone.
G Suite users will be able to search for Google Drive files that they've got access to from the address bar, which according to Google their input will search through both titles and document contents, and the most relevant documents will surface based on their history, as contained in the Chrome-in-the-enterprise documentation.
It includes all the following business accounts: G Suite Enterprise, or G Suite Enterprise for Education, and G Suite Business, while the feature will be active by default, but can be changed from the 'Google Drive search suggestions' setting in the G Suite admin console.
Among the expected new features, is the "Force Dark Mode" which is enabled for those who don't seem to have enough of the dark mode, and would rather have all websites support it from an operating system's dark mode setup; and by simply flipping from light to dark — Chrome will invert all websites to dark mode.