Google Drive Integration with ActiveCollab

Connect G-Drive to your ActiveCollab account and attach documents, sheets, and media files easily to tasks, comments, and messages. Once all the needed information is in one place, collaboration becomes much smoother!

Google Drive is a service that lets you store, edit, and share files. It allows its users to upload up to 15 GB of various types of files, such as photos, documents, videos, spreadsheets, and more, for free. It’s cloud-based, meaning you and the people you share them with can access these files wherever and whenever.

Google Drive is especially useful to creative professionals who rely on feedback from other parties and need to make multiple edits to their work. A collaborative platform you can access from any device perfectly complements your favorite project management app!

Attach Google Drive Files

Connect your Google account to ActiveCollab and start attaching your G-Drive files to tasks, comments, discussions, chats, and all the other places around the app where you exchange messages and ideas with others. 

Why Google Drive + ActiveCollab?

Although you can attach documents, images, and videos to ActiveCollab, sometimes it’s necessary to link a collaborative type of document rather than a static one. G-Drive offers great editing options, so it’s only natural to discuss what needs to be changed directly on the document and post more official updates on the task in ActiveCollab.

This synergy will allow you to track your project’s progress in one centralized place while getting into the nitty-gritty details where you store all your files!

How to integrate Google Drive with ActiveCollab?

Connecting your Google account to ActiveCollab is very easy, and once you do, you won’t have to think about it again. Wherever you see the “Attach files” button, you can choose whether to upload them from your computer or insert a file from G-Drive or Dropbox, but first, make sure you unlock the file so others can open it. If you’re self-hosting ActiveCollab, find a step-by-step instruction here.