Welcome to Cloudpress!
Cloudpress allows you to export documents from Google Docs to your Content Management System (CMS).
Before you get started with Cloudpress, we suggest that you read through our How Cloudpress works document to get a better understanding of the product.
Register and Log In
To get started with Cloudpress, you will need to register with an email address and password. Once registered you can log in to Cloudpress with the email address and password you used during registration.
After you have logged in to Cloudpress, you will need to link your Content Management System accounts. Linking an account gives Cloudpress access to that account, thereby enabling it to export your content to that account.
To link your accounts, you can go to the Linked Accounts section of the Cloudpress application.
If you have not linked any accounts yet, you will see a screen similar to this:
From here, you can proceed to link the accounts by clicking on the button corresponding to the type of account you want to link. For example, if you want to link your WordPress account, you can click on the Link a WordPress account button.
For more detailed guides on linking each of the different types of accounts, you can refer to the following documentation:
- Link a WordPress account
- Link a Contentful account
- Link a Kentico Cloud account
- Link a Sanity account
Exporting a document
Use the Google Docs Add-on
The most convenient way to export a document is by making use of our Google Docs Add-on, as it allows you to export without ever leaving your Google Docs editor.
Refer to the following information to use the Add-on:
- Installing the Google Docs Add-On
- Configuring the Google Docs Add-On
- Export with the Google Docs Add-On
Use the Export Documents page
You can also export documents by making use of the Export Documents page in the Cloudpress application.
This approach is useful as it allows you to export multiple documents at once.
View exported documents
Both the Google Docs Add-On and the Export Documents page will allow you to navigate to the exported document in your CMS after it has been exported.
Alternatively, you can also view a list of all exported documents by going to the Export History section of the Cloudpress application.
Here, you will see a list with details on all the documents previously exported:
The document gave a brief introduction to getting started with Cloudpress. Be sure to look at the rest of the documentation for more information on using Cloudpress.
If you experience any issues, you can contact Cloudpress support at email@example.com.