Google Drive

Sharing your documents with your internal team just got a lot easier - with our Google Drive you’ll be able to automatically upload WebMerge documents to your Drive and have them available for anyone in your organization. 

It only takes a minute or so to setup the integration.  As with our other integrations, you can go to the Delivery tab under your documents and create a new Delivery.  Go ahead and click the New Delivery button and select Google Drive from the popup.


In order for us to be able to send documents to your Google Drive, you will need to authorize our application to send files to your account.  Google uses OAuth to give 3rd party applications access to upload documents.  What this means is that we’ll redirect you to Google, you’ll login and grant access to the WebMerge Application, then you’ll be redirected back to setup your Notification.


Once you have been redirected back to the Notification setup, you will see a list of the folders in your Drive.  Once you’ve selected your folder, click Save Notification button.


Now all you have to do is run a quick test and make sure everything is working correctly.  Run a test merge (use the URL from the Merge tab) and then check your Google Drive.  You should see the document in the folder that you selected.  The name of the document will be the same as what you defined in your document settings.

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2 Comments

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    Jerry Fife

    The document would be improved to specify if there's a url that is sent out to the document on Google Drive.

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    Jeremy Clarke

    Hi Jerry,

    We have an option under "More Options" that allows you to setup a callback (webhook) URL and we'll send the document info to that callback URL. You can setup a http://requestb.in/ to see the data that is sent in the webhook.

    Thanks!

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