Getting started with Cloudpress
Welcome to Cloudpress!
Cloudpress allows you to export documents from Google Docs and Notion to your Content Management System (CMS). We suggest you read our How Cloudpress works document to better understand the product.
Register and Log In
To start with Cloudpress, you must 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 logging in to Cloudpress, you must connect your Content Management System (CMS) accounts. Connecting a CMS account gives Cloudpress access to that account, thereby enabling it to export your content to your CMS.
To connect your CMS account, you can go to the Connections section of the Cloudpress application. If you have not connected an account yet, you will see a screen similar to the one below.
Connect your CMS account by clicking on the item corresponding to the type of account you want to connect. For example, you can click on the WordPress item if you want to connect your WordPress account.
For more detailed guides on connecting each of the different types of CMS accounts, you can refer to the following documentation:
- Connect a WordPress account
- Connect a Contentful account
- Connect a Kontent account
- Connect a Sanity account
- Connect a Webflow account
Exporting a document
Exporting a Google Doc
To export a Google Doc, you can use the Cloudpress Google Docs Add-on, which allows you to export without 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
Exporting a Notion document
To export a Notion document, you can use the Export Content screen will display a list of documents from your connected Notion account and allow you to export any of those documents.
Before exporting content from Notion, you must connect your Notion account.
Export content via the API
An alternative way to export content is using the Cloudpress API, which is currently under development.
View exported documents
You can also view a list of all exported documents by going to the Job History page of the Cloudpress application. You will see a list with details on all the documents previously exported:
The document gave a brief introduction to getting started with Cloudpress. Look through 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.