IFTTT, if this then that, can be a great service to automate tasks and make various separate services and sites work together.
The idea is that one action or event in one place triggers an action in another. One of the weakspots of IFTTT is that it's only as powerful as the APIs it gets to use.
The latest addition
should be more than welcomed then, users are now able to add Google Drive
into the mix. There are already quite a few recipes involving Google's popular cloud storage service.
Users can save their tweets or their favorite one to Google Drive, they can backup Facebook and Instagram photos, log Foursquare logins into a Google Docs spreadsheet and so on.
Users can even have their Dropbox files copied to Google Drive
as well. There are 127 recipes with Google Drive at this point.