The Google Drive Permissions Auditor add-on uses a Google Script to analyze who has access to your Google Drive files. You can use any of the search operators of the Google Drive API to query for files in Google Drive whose metadata match your search criteria.
1. Find all files in my Google Drive owned by me except those in trash
"me" in owners and trashed = false
2. Search for files that begin with the term “IMG”
name contains 'IMG'
The contains operator only performs prefix matching for a name. For example, the name “HelloWorld” would match for name contains ‘Hello’ but not name contains ‘World’.
3. Search files that contain the word “ctrlq” anywhere in the content
fullText contains 'ctrlq'
The contains operator only performs matching on entire string tokens for fullText. For example, if the full text of a doc contains the string “HelloWorld” only the query fullText contains ‘HelloWorld’ returns a result.
4. Find all image files modified since January 30, 2016
modifiedTime > '2016-01-01T12:00:00' and mimeType contains 'image/'
5. Find all audio & video files that are not owned by me
sharedWithMe and (mimeType contains 'video/' or mimeType contains 'audio/')
6. Search for files containing the text “important” and are in the trash
fullText contains 'important' and trashed = true
7. Search for all Google Sheets in Google Drive (Supported MIME Types)
mimeType = 'application/vnd.google-apps.spreadsheet'
8. Search for files where firstname.lastname@example.org is an editor (writer)
'email@example.com' in writers
9. Search files that do not contain the word “ctrlq” in the content
fullText not contains 'ctrlq'
10. Search files that are not JPG images
mimeType != 'image/jpeg'
If you need help with writing search queries, please contact the developer.