A way to set default configuration options (i.e. flags)?

I’m not sure if this has been asked before but based on what I’ve read in the docs–I don’t see a mentioned way of setting default flags for in a config file (like .rclone.conf, preferably). Is this possible and, if so, how would I accomplish this? Currently I’m using aliases/scripts and/or just typing out the flags. But I would like to be able to put a set of default options for a storage provider (Google Drive, in particular) in a config file.

create a mount scripts with all your flags.

then just sudo ./insertname.sh

@St0rm, but this would be limited to only rclone mount though right?

well if your want to edit rclone.conf it would only affect rclone instances.
If you were to make a script you can use just about any command related to rclone and more.
Even make it google specific

True, but @St0rm are you saying that rclone.conf can be edited to provide default flags? Because that would be good enough for me–I’m just not sure how to do so (i.e. what the syntax is for adding flags to rclone.conf). Do you happen to know?

This might help: https://github.com/ncw/rclone/issues/616 you’ll need the latest beta for it though.