My business also uses Gsuite, so all our PDF invoices are stored on Google Drive.
It's critical to be able to assign and match PDF invoices from Google Drive to the relevant invoices in KF.
Any progress on implementing Google Drive Integration?
How wonderful and productive it would be if you could find an invoice/purchase on KF, click 'add file', drag in a file from Windows Explorer or Gmail. The file to be saved in a predefined Google Drive folder. Even better still, an option to import via a scanner for paper documents.
A key requirement is the ability to predefine where different file types are stored. To avoid having to navigate directory structures every time you save a file.
why would i use dropbox when my whole organization uses GSUITE ?
Full integration with G-Suite would be a fantastic move forward, any news on this happening?
KF where are we on this please?
yes a year ago we were promised google integration still not happened i don't see how this can be so hard other than maybe dropbox are paying you not to do it so they force us to use something we don't need so we have to duplicate everything and pay twice
I also run my business from Gsuite and have to duplicate invoices stored in G drive to Dropbox. It would be extremely useful to be able to link these directly (via a pop-up Google Drive browser, as implemented by other apps) as well as the option to upload new scanned images to be put into a configurable default folder in Google Drive.Idea https://kashflow.ideas.aha.io/ideas/KF-I-3292 seems to be a duplicate of this one, although that one has a response from Kashflow saying that they are planning to implement some sort of integration "soon". That was a year ago.
We would love it if you could move everything over to Google drive. We store the original invoices in google drive but are then duplicated and stored in Dropbox once they have been uploaded to the system. If you could sort out the system so they stay in google drive and don't duplicate that would be awesome and will save us running out of space on our dropbox and therefore not having to pay £80 a year to get unlimited storage just to store duplicated files.
We dont use Dropbox other than for Kashflow.
Ideally we want to have all the functionality currently in Dropbox also available in Drive.
It would be good to specify the folder that Kashflow uses in Drive and finally
it would be good if Kashflow created a different folder for each different company (as opposed to mixing all the different companies info in one directory)
Actually, I am not so sure this is necessary. It is already possible to upload/attach a file to an invoice or purchase.
I would like to be able to link the images of my receipts that I save in Google Drive to the relevant PO's in KF and tag same image with KF PO number.
In other words not to have to use a HardDrive nor have to use DropBox to add files to KF as we are Google Appsfor work users.
Our company also uses Google services and I welcome Drive integration. Mainly from the point of customer note/attachments, contacts etc. It is a tidier approach IMO than using dropbox. Perhaps an option to use either? - Kashflow please seriously consider.
My business uses Google drive as all my business tools use this platform, the ability to keep invoices/quotes & other documents and save these out from KF would be a great advantage.
Google Drive provides more free space then drop box, and is generally more reliable. Would be nice to be able to export invoices and save "other files" in Google drive, very similar integration that is with drop box, although not sure can export invoices with drop box?
I had to create a dropbox just for Kashflow which isn't ideal because it just duplicates what I have in google drive anyway. It would be great either on the simple side to just be able to specify the drive folder it saves (e.g. Finance) or slightly more complex but really useful as Desiree said basically where you already have a bunch of files in google drive to be able to 'assign' them to an invoice, I guess almost like the bank payments are 'matched' to invoices.
I'm open to multiple storage providers, the big three need coverage, so Dropbox, Google Drive & OneDrive for Business. My business uses Office365 so Onedrive is a must for me!
Have added my vote to OneDrive for Business Integration idea
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