This App lets you upload your web captures to your Google Drive account. You can find a full version of this guide on our blog.
We have created a Blitapp App for Google Drive that lets Blitapp upload screenshots to your account. Create a new App of Type Google Drive. Under Google Authorization, you will get a link to Authorize Blitapp. Click on the link to Authorize Blitapp to upload screenshots to your account.
Our Google Drive App requests the minimum permissions to create files in your Drive. As a result, Blitapp can write to the folder created by the App only. If the verification fails, please choose folders that don't already exist.
Once the Dropbox App has been authorized, you can finish filling out the information:
Unlike most cloud storage providers, Google Drive allows "special characters" in file names. If you use <URL> in the filename, we will use the URL as it is (https://blitap.com/ as an example) without normalization.
Also, Google Drive allows multiple files with the same name. If you use a static file name or if you have multiple URLs that generate the same manes, you will get multiple files with the same name in your Drive.
Then click on Verify. Blit will attempt to upload the image blit.png to the path specified. If there is a problem, an error message will be shown. You can also check if you see the file in your Dropbox account.
Now that the App has been configured and verified, you can use it with new and existing captures.
To upload files to a shared folder or team drive, follow these steps:
Then, Blitapp can create folders and add files to your own drive. The captures will be available to everyone who can access the shared Drive or folder through the shortcut you created.