If you are using the web-based version of Google Drive, you can bookmark frequently-accessed Docs or Drive folders onto your Bookmarks bar (or a Bookmark folder)!
Just drag the lock from the address bar (the one to the left of your document or folder URL) onto the bookmarks bar to bookmark that particular document.
Don’t forget to right-click + Edit to rename the bookmark!
… Create a bookmark folder for each course you’re taking, and add bookmarks of each related doc and/or folder
… Create a bookmark folder for each of your clients, and add bookmarks to their Drive folder (and other priority docs)
Bonus: when you start typing what you renamed the bookmark into the address bar, your bookmarks containing that word will show as suggestions!
p.s. (Hack #14) This blog post is part of a series called Top 40 Google Hacks You’ll Wish You’d Been Using All Along. Download the whole handy Top 40 Google Hacks PDF.