It seems to contradict itself so many times.
Little off-topic: Is there any work being done with Visual Studio's integrated Code Review system? You cannot even run the solution (inc. changes) from it!
We're stuck on TFVC, is the planned solution to move everyone to Git and Pull Requests? The recent Visual Studio Live Share is really kick butt, but doesn't solve traditional "offline" code reviews.
Also we're using O365 Planner and Teams, but there's no integration into Team Services at all. Any chance we'll see Planner plan tasks as a work item in Visual Studio/Team Services?
There's also been a persistent problem with the Google Drive native desktop client, where syncing files consumes 100% of your local CPU for hours (or days) as it syncs, a problem which Dropbox and Amazon Drive do not have.
Their unlimited storage is useless because you can't actually use it properly. It saves them money.
Alphanumeric positioning has implied meaning.
Wonder if it is due to technical reasons or demographic reasons, or it is still in the process of "beta" and needs to be tweaked more for releasing to all areas at once?
They’re on a bright future after the IPO. Dropbox Paper is absolutely amazing.
Dropbox is for binary files (like PDF, MSOffice, etc).
Does Git have an easy way to share "uncommitted" code that doesn't involve committing it on a branch and rebaseing it later?
I say this as a huge fan of Git, that's one scenario where a Dropbox folder is stronger than Git
Maybe that filter (a small fraction of Google accounts will become paid One accounts) means that there is no heculean effort to build a human support team at Google scale. It's interesting that Amazon has very arms length support for its 100M+ Prime users, even at a higher price point.
EDIT: Yep, with more features! https://www.techradar.com/news/everything-you-need-to-know-a...
Dropbox and OneDrive both understand the concept of filenames and collisions. It's very obvious that Google Drive is not a file system, especially when you have shared folders with multiple people.
However, I think that One is the name of the overarching storage subscription/billing service, of which Drive, Photos and Mail (and possibly more) will consume.
Also, Drive is getting to be a bit of an anachronism (like the floppy disk icon to save). Google Storage or something similar would be clearer.