I'm a fairly avid Google Drive user with hundreds of folders and files on drive.

However I find it difficult to stay organized sometimes and get a broader view of the state/organizational structure of my resources on the network.

How can I generate a map/hierarchal chart of all my folders/documents on the network?

  • Can you sketch something to show what exactly you are looking for? – ericg Sep 30 '16 at 19:18
  • Any basic hierarchal representation should suffice. i.e.: google.ca/… – user1299028 Sep 30 '16 at 22:57
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    What OS are you using? Is generating something from the command line ok? – ericg Sep 30 '16 at 23:37

You can sync your Google Drive files with a local directory using Backup and Sync, and then you can use WizTree or alternatives for other operating systems to see a directory tree and a treemap (see screenshots on the WizTree website).

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