If you frequently need your customers to upload a file on your WordPress site, you’ll likely want to place them on a cloud storage provider like Google Drive.
By sending your file uploads to a cloud storage provider such as Google Drive or OneDrive, you will not only have a backup if a disaster, but you will save a lot of time downloading and organizing files.
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Would you like to anonymously receive files in Google Drive? Provide your customers and colleagues with a simple-to-use drag and drop file upload page? With the need to use users IDs, google accounts, or complex requirements?
In this post, I’m sharing a method to build a branded file uploader that’s fully sync with your Google Drive account. All this without coding or complex scripts.
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So you wanted to use Google Drive to receive files? Did you found GoFileDrop and you wonder what other alternatives to it there are out there?
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You work with others every day. Some of them are in–house personnel while others are outside contractors, partner companies or clients. You need to receive files from them, and you already use Google Drive. Would it not be great to allow anyone to upload to your Google Drive without singing in or registering a Gmail account?
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Squarespace includes a web forms tool called ‘Form Blocks’. This built-in tool lets you create forms right within your admin panel, but doesn’t currently offer the ability to upload files via a form.
There are some workarounds or scripts you could add to your site to allow a customer to attach files to your Squarespace form, but they have their limitations, even if you are a tech-savvy user.
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In house personnel, outside contractors, partner companies or clients. You work with others every day. This makes receiving information or files in a simple way a key aspect of your workflow.
OneDrive is a pretty great service. For some things, it’s even better than Dropbox.
File Request Pro allows anyone to add files to your OneDrive storage. You can receive files from anyone, regardless of whether they have a OneDrive account themselves. All your colleague needs to do is drop the files in your page or form. No invites to send, no authorization, no mess, no fuss.
Once it’s set up, you can create an upload page or form to embed on your website. All files are automatically uploaded into your OneDrive account.
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