I've been using Dropbox for years, the 1 TB account and I think it's great. I have some clients that use Google Drive and they think it's great--until lately. One of the users deleted a bunch of random files in many different folders. Being familiar with Dropbox, I was thinking that it was going to be simple to restore these deleted files from the trash. I would just go in there (past the meatloaf from last week, egg shells, etc) and sort the trash folder by date deleted or date modified and restore the data back to its original location. Apparently, it's not that simple. The trash is all mixed together. It has a "last modified" and "last opened" column option but there is no chronological sorting when those options are selected. Please say that I'm missing something here. I googled, "google drive restore by date deleted files" in hopes to find someone else that had this issue. I found an old Google productforums page and the conclusion by the Google Drive tech was, "Thank you for posting and sorry you're running into this issue. The only way for you to restore files on specific days is to do it manually." So, no sorting in the trash? You must restore the whole thing and then sort through it? I checked out Dropbox again and I see that you can sort the deleted files by date/time deleted. Please let me know if you have some experience with this or if Google Drive is not a good option. Thank you!