If true or not set, a new blob is created as head revision, and previous unpinned revisions are preserved for a short period of time.
Pinned revisions are stored indefinitely, using additional storage quota, up to a maximum of 200 revisions.
Setting this field will put the file in all of the provided folders.
On insert, if no folders are provided, the file will be placed in the default root folder./** * Update an existing file's metadata and content. * @param string $new Description New description for the file.
Whether a blob upload should create a new revision.
If false, the blob data in the current head revision is replaced.
Essentially, this new tool will allow you to sync your Google Drive cloud storage with your computer—be that the entire Drive or just specific files and folders.
*/ function update File(file Id, file Metadata, file Data, callback) import ( "code.google.com/p/google-api-go-client/drive/v2" "fmt" ) // Update File fetches and updates a given file with the given fields func Update File(d *drive.
For example, I use Google Drive to store everything, so it’s accessible from all of my other device. Naturally, the first thing you’ll need to do is actually download the Backup and Sync tool.
But the screenshots folder on my Windows machine isn’t in my Drive folder—it’s in my PC’s Pictures folder. Make sure to grab the appropriate download for your device (Mac or PC).
The list of supported colors is available in the folder Color Palette field of the About resource.
If an unsupported color is specified, it will be changed to the closest color in the palette. Collection of parent folders which contain this file.
This is where you’ll control which folders from your Drive are synced to and from your PC or Mac, as well as specifying which image folders should get backed up to your Photos library.