Install the Google Docs Add-on
Install the Add-on
Open Google Docs and click the (+) button in the side panel on the right-hand side.
Search for “Cloudpress” in the Google Workspace Marketplace.
Click on the Cloudpress Add-On listing in the search results and then click on the Install button:
Google will prompt you whether you want to give Cloudpress access to your account. Cloudpress requires these permissions to read the content of your documents to be able to export them. Review the permissions, then click on the Allow button.
Once the installation is complete, Google Docs display a notification indicating that the Cloudpress Add-on is available in the side panel. You can activate the Add-on by clicking on the Cloudpress icon in the side panel.
Configure your personal access token
You must configure the Add-on with your personal access token before you can export content. Go to your User Profile and copy your Personal Access Token to the clipboard.
Open the Cloudpress Google Docs Add-on by clicking on the Cloudpress icon in the side panel. Click on the three dots menu icon in the top right corner, then click Settings.
Paste the token you copied to the clipboard in the Personal Access Token field, then click Save.
You can now start exporting content with the Add-on. You can also read more about configuring the Add-On.