Adding Documents from Google Drive

Adding Documents from Google Drive

Notice: Your Web Admin needs to enable Google Drive in the site settings or this feature will not be available. 

You can insert documents from Google Drive anywhere there is a text editor.

1. Go to a page with a text editor.

2. Find and select the Google Icon.

The first time you click the Google Icon you will have to allow the system permission to use your Google Docs.

3. After you allow permission to access your Google Docs you should now see all of your documents inside of your Google Drive.

Select the file you wish to use and then press the Select Button.

4. You should now see your document in the Text Area, remember to save your work.

5. When you navigate back to site, you will see your document on the front end of the website. 

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