How cloudHQ supports Basecamp categories

cloudHQ now represents Basecamp file categories as folders under the Files folder, while Basecamp message categories are represented as folders under the Messages folder. Here is an example of the Basecamp project structure: For example, Basecamp files that have the Basecamp category “Agendas” will be in the folder ProjectName/Files/Agendas/. So when this project is synced […]

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What is Google Docs format?

When you open Google Docs, Sheets, Slides, or Drawing, it will launch in a new tab or window in your default browser as long as you have an internet connection. All Google Docs documents and sheets are actually not documents at all: these documents exist only on Google’s servers. There is no “google docs format.” The […]

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How to turn on user consent for applications using Office 365

The user consent flow is implemented by default for Office 365 organizations, but an administrator can change this default to prevent end-users from installing applications. If the user consent is turned off, problems like this can occur when trying to connect to cloudHQ:   How to turn on user consent in Office365: Get the Windows […]

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How to authorize access to Office 365 SharePoint sites collections

When you authorize Office 365 SharePoint with cloudHQ, you might notice that some of your sites do not show up or sync is running into permission issues. This is because, even if you use the admin account to authorize SharePoint with cloudHQ, the admin user might not have access to all sites still needs to […]

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How to add multiple Google accounts

NOTE: If you are not a Google G Suite admin, you can use the steps below to add multiple Google Drive, Google Gmail accounts manually. Let’s assume that you want to add two Google accounts to cloudHQ. Go to the “Cloud Accounts” tab: Open a separate tab in your web browser. In the new tab, log […]

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How to set up archive to Amazon Glacier

Amazon Glacier is an extremely low-cost storage service that provides secure, durable, and flexible storage for data backup and archival. With Amazon Glacier, customers can reliably store their data for as little as $0.007 per gigabyte per month. Amazon Glacier enables customers to offload the administrative burdens of operating and scaling storage to AWS, so […]

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How to sync Evernote notes as PDF

Note: It is assumed here that you already know how to create a sync pair between Evernote and another cloud service. Here is the option to select if you want to sync Evernote’s notes as PDFs:

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How to sync Gmail’s Attachments only

Note: It is assumed here that you already know how to create a sync pair between a Gmail label and another cloud service: Here are the options to select if you want to sync Gmail label’s attachments only:

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