Get a file manager as powerful as the search engines with GO (offered by ic2)
Search engines put huge data collections such as the web at everybody's fingertips. However, after all these years, users may still often have difficulties locating or managing their own files in their own much-smaller file collections, even with search functionalities being available in the file managers.
Now, dynamic folders make the file managers as powerful as the search engines using "managed" search requests.
In GO (integrated with Google Drive™), you may hardly notice any differences between using the traditional folders and using the dynamic folders, but the dynamic folders are actually both providing direct access to the files (like searches) and managing the files (like the folders) at the same time without the original file folder being changed in any way.
Searches vs. "Managed" Searches: https://youtu.be/snGi0a_U_sg
Shortcuts vs. the Dynamic Folders: https://youtu.be/slNVOE-y1FE
Using the Dynamic Folders: https://youtu.be/eGF6gCFxhd4
iOS (iPhone/iPad) version of this App: https://apps.apple.com/us/app/go-a-get-organized-tool/id1537331735
For computers including Mac (as a Chrome extension): https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/go-a-get-organized-tool-w/mhajongplgemoloeghpgamlmbmbhmjjp
GO tries to provide functionalities such as multiple accessing paths to the same file collections in parallel using search requests, and it only 'sees' data stored in your Google Drive and will NOT be able to 'create', 'edit', or 'delete' anything that affects your data in the Drive (except for the tags/descriptions set on files/folders when they are needed for the managing tasks).
In other words, feel free to try out any functionality you see in the App - they are all very safe - nothing harmful can happen to any of your files when you try them.
GO (by ic2) is not a tool from Google.