Even if you don't want to move this particular document into your new folder in Google Docs, you still:
- Select the small folder icon next to the document name.
- Next, click the folder icon with the + sign at the bottom-left.
This will take you to a screen where you can create a new folder.
Give your new folder a name and click the ✓ mark to create it.
You can now move this document and other Google Docs, Sheets, etc., into your new folder, which is in your Google Drive.
In this guide, we'll show the shortcuts for both using subscripts and superscripts in Google Docs. What is a subscript?