We always wondered how to turn the things easier when we have save some individual Gmail attachments to Google Drive, but what if we see a script from Amit Agarwal who had showcased the process and turn it into easier by automatically adding attachments to a custom Drive folder. To get it to work, you’ll want to copy the spreadsheet to your own Drive (formerly Docs) account, then authorize and run it. The script spreadsheet, available here, creates a new Gmail label and Drive folder, and then periodically checks any messages marked with the label and adds their attachments to Drive. Agarwal has also posted the source code here in order to allay any security concerns.
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