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Changes between Version 1 and Version 2 of help/en/howto/googledrive


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Mar 15, 2016 1:34:58 PM (4 years ago)
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     3= [wiki:help/en Cyberduck Help] / [wiki:help/en/howto Howto] / Google Drive =
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     5Connect to your [http://drive.google.com/ Google Drive] to store plain files.
     6
     7== Uploads ==
     8
     9== Sharing ==
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     11You can define access permissions to anyone having a email address registered with Google Docs in ''Info → Permissions → ACL''.  `Read` (view a document)  or `Write` (edit a document) permissions can be granted to :
     12  * ''Email Address''. A user identified with an email address registered with Google.
     13  * ''Google Group Email Address''. To all members of a Google Group.
     14  * ''Google Apps Domain''. To all members of a Google Apps Domain.
     15  * ''Public''. For anonymous users without any authentication.
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     17=== Google Apps Accounts ===
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     19To access the Google Docs storage of your company's [http://www.google.com/apps/intl/en/business/docs.html Google Apps] Account, use your email address connected to your Google Apps account for the username.
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     21=== Google Account with 2-step verification ===
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     23Refer to [http://support.google.com/accounts/bin/answer.py?answer=185833 Signing in using application-specific passwords] on how to set an application specific password to access Google Drive with 2-step verification enabled for your Google Account.
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     25== Limitations ==
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     27 * Files from Google Apps (''Docs'', ''Sheets'', ''Slides'') are ignored.
     28 * Documents shared to you that are not part of a collection do not show up in the file listing. Make sure to move the documents shared with you into one of your collections using the ''Organize…'' in Google Docs.
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