Easy to configure apps script to continue backing up your Google Photos to Google Drive after the July 2019 change. You just need to change two lines of the script to get this running with your Google Photos account.
Source: How to backup Google Photos to Google Drive automatically after July 2019 with Apps Script
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Yuki Tanabe provides some Google Apps Script code that can change the owner permissions of all folders and files in a particular folder in Google Drive
Source: Transfer owner rights under Google Drive folder at once with Google Apps Script-Qiita
In Apps Script you can use the DriveApp service to manage your files and folders, but the methods getColor and setColor do not exist. You can use the drive advanced service to query the API directly but with recent change you will have to activate the Drive API in GCP and will need a GCP project. To have a smooth integration and skip the Google Cloud project creation here is a function to manage Folder color in Apps Script. These functions queries the API directly with UrlFetchApp() service.
Source: Change Google Drive Folder color with Apps Script – Stéphane Giron – Medium
How to use Google Drive API for Team Drive in Apps Script with specific focus for Administrator of G Suite domain to list Team Drive, view Sharing Settings and more
Source: How to deal with Google Drive API for Team Drive + some Apps Script code, now use the new Drives resource collection
If you are after performance and self cleansing then the CacheService is the best solution for caching, and if you are after permanence and small amounts of data, the properties service is a good solution. You can also get round many of the limitations of each service using my properties and cache plugins, covered in Squeezing more into (and getting more out of) Cache services
Source: Google Drive as cache – Desktop Liberation