Offline support for Google Drive has been a touchy subject for a few years, specifically because it was missing. But Google finally brought it back and is working on making it more worthwhile since.
It's still far from perfect, but things are getting better. For example, in the latest update, Drive now stores all of your native documents (Docs, Sheets, and Slides) for offline access, depending on how much storage space you have.
Previously, the Chrome offline Drive app only saved the most recent files.
"All of your Google Docs, Sheets, and Slides will now be automatically available offline (space permitting), so you won't have to worry about remembering that specific file before catching your flight!," Google explained.
"It may take a few days to see these changes as we complete the rollout," it added.
In another big update, the Google Drive drawings editor now works in offline mode as well. You'll be able to create and edit drawings just like you already can with other native files.