One particularly handy ability built into Google Drive is its ability to save any web page you might visit as a PDF file, provided you’re using Google Chrome.
Let’s suppose that you want to save one of the Drive Bunny articles. While viewing the relevant page, select Print from the Chrome menu (you can also use Ctrl + P):
Select Change… under Destination and you’ll see an option under Google Cloud Print allowing you to Save to Google Drive.
The web page is now saved in your Google Drive in PDF format. Note that the name of the file will be the title of the web page, as defined in its HTML. Here’s the page I saved:
[If you want to save web content, but don’t want PDF format, see this previous post on the Save To Drive Chrome extension].