The latest updates to Google Drive include some really neat features, especially with regard to search capabilities. Natural Language Processing (NLP) allows users to type a search query the way they would talk. While the new autocorrect functionality helps with those pesky little errors that we all make as we type. These two new updates make searching in Drive even easier for users and truly enhance your experience.
A few other updates have been squeaked out by the Google Drive Team. I think many people will truly welcome the ability to finally create actual columns in their Docs. Now you can easily split your doc into multiple columns by using the Columns tool under Format. Google has also released a feature that allows you to recover the original non-Google formatted file for a Google Doc, Sheet, or Slide. You can access the original by opening the revision history.