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    Chrome omnibox will show Drive file suggestions for G Suite users (and I’m jealous)

    One of the little annoyances of my online life is the inability to quickly launch Google Drive files by just typing their name in the Chrome Omnibox. I always start doing that then remember that this is reliant on my browsing history and bookmarks, so I go to Drive instead, find the file, and bookmark it if I think I’ll need frequent access to it. Turns out things are a little easier for G Suite users, and they’re about to become even better. Color me jealous.

    Google is opening up a beta for G Suite admins that lets users on their domain search in Chrome’s Omnibox by file owner, type, as well as the title. As shown in the GIF above, you could find sheets, files shared with you by a specific person, or the exact document you want just by typing a word or two.

    The feature isn’t open to G Suite Basic domains, which gives us even smaller hope that it’ll ever come to personal Gmail accounts. It’s only available to G Suite Business, Enterprise, Education, Enterprise for Education, and Nonprofits, and admins will need to sign up for the beta here.

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