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Login to your Wondershare InClowdz ID. Step 4: On the homepage screen, you will find a list of actions you can perform with the app – migrate, sync, or manage files. Also, the list of cloud storage platforms supported is outlined on the top left corner of the app. Google Drive, Dropbox, Amazon S3, Box, and One Drive are the main platforms available. Integration with Google Apps. Google recently integrated a bunch of its products into Google Drive.

Connect Google Drive and Dropbox to integrate them within minutes so you can see your data from wherever you are browsing. Eliminate tab switching, searching, and clicking around to find important information.

View Google Drive data in Dropbox in just minutes. Glances is a new way to do integrations with a true no-code approach; no data syncing or scheduling jobs.

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Glances also works going the other direction. In fact, it will work in any application you use. Glances will find matches in Google Drive or Dropbox based on whatever you are looking at.

Glances saves time and improves your Slack or MS Teams (coming soon) user experience by showing customer data from all your connected apps in one convenient post. No need to connect a dozen different apps and figuring out which one has the data you need.
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All you need is a Google Drive or Dropbox account

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  1. Create your Glances account

    No credit card required, 14-day free trial

  2. Install the Glances browser extension

  3. Go to your Dropbox account

    Open the Glances browser extension

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Voilà! Enjoy your data in one convenient view

The more apps you add, the more data you can glance at

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  1. Google Drive allows users to store files on their servers, synchronize files across devices, and share files. In addition to a website, Google Drive offers apps with offline capabilities for Windows and macOS computers, and Android and iOS smartphones and tablets. Google Drive encompasses Google Docs, Google Sheets, and Google Slides, which are a part of the Google Docs office suite that permits collaborative editing of documents, spreadsheets, presentations, drawings, forms, and more.

    Dropbox is a cloud storage service that lets you save files online and sync them to your devices. You can use Dropbox links to share files and folders with other people without sending large attachments. Dropbox offers a free plan that includes 2 GB of storage.

Want to see more than just Google Drive data in Dropbox?

Connect any of our supported apps and instantly see your customer data in Dropbox.

Create Google Docs/Sheets/Slides on dropbox.com

To create new Google Docs, Sheets, or Slides on dropbox.com:

  1. Sign in to dropbox.com.
  2. Click All files in the left sidebar.
  3. Click the folder you'd like to store your file in.
  4. Click Create.
  5. Hover over Document, Presentation, or Spreadsheet depending on the type of file you’d like to create.
  6. Click Google Docs, Google Sheets, or Google Slides.

The file (and any changes made to it) will save back to your Dropbox account.

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Note: This feature may not work as expected on Internet Explorer 11.

Create Google Docs/Sheets/Slides in the Dropbox desktop application

To create new Google Docs, Sheets, or Slides in the Dropbox desktop application:

  1. Open the Dropbox desktop app.
  2. Double-click the folder you'd like to store your file in.
  3. Click Create.
  4. Click Google Docs, Google Sheets, or Google Slides.

The file (and any changes made to it) will save back to your Dropbox account.

You can also create Google Docs, Sheets, and Slides from the Dropbox icon in your taskbar (Windows) or menu bar (Mac). To do so:

  1. Click the Dropbox icon in your taskbar or menu bar.
  2. Click the “+” (plus sign).
  3. Click Google Docs, Google Sheets, or Google Slides.
  4. Choose a name and a location for your file.
  5. Click Create.

The file (and any changes made to it) will save back to your Dropbox account.

Open Google Docs/Sheets/Slides in the Dropbox mobile app

In the Dropbox mobile app, you can open previews of a Google Docs, Sheets, and Slides and save them for offline viewing, but you can’t create or edit them.

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Share Google Docs/Sheets/Slides with Dropbox

You can share Google Docs, Sheets, and Slides exactly the same way you would share any file stored in Dropbox.

You can choose to give Can edit or Can view access to your Google Docs/Sheets/Slides, even when sharing with a link. You can further limit access to your shared links in your file’s Link settings or deactivate a link after you’ve created it.

Open and edit Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint files in Google

You can open and edit any Microsoft (Word, Excel, and PowerPoint files) in Google (Docs, Sheets, and Slides) right from Dropbox. Any changes you make in Google Docs, Sheets, and Slides will automatically save back to the Microsoft Office file in Dropbox.

To open and edit a Microsoft Office file in Google from your Dropbox account:

  1. Sign in to dropbox.com.
  2. Click All files in the left sidebar.
  3. Hover over any Word (.docx), Excel (.xlsx), or PowerPoint (.pptx) file and click '...' (ellipsis).
  4. Hover over Open and click Google Docs, Google Sheets, or Google Slides.

Note: This doesn’t apply to .doc, .xls, and .ppt files

I’m experiencing issues creating Google Docs/Sheets/Slides in Dropbox

To use Dropbox for G Suite, the email you use for your Google account must match the email you use for your Dropbox account.

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  • If it doesn’t match, you can change the email address associated with your Dropbox account
  • Dropbox Business, Enterprise, and Education users must have a G Suite account with the same email as their Dropbox Business account

If you experience any issues with the feature:

  • Try enabling third-party cookies in your browser settings
  • Make sure you’re signed into the Google account that shares the same email with your Dropbox account