How Cloudpress works
Cloudpress allows you to export documents from Google Docs and Notion to your Content Management System (CMS). Cloudpress does this by exporting the content from your source documents in the appropriate format for your CMS.
As far as possible, Cloudpress will preserve the existing formatting of your document. It will also export any images you embed in your document, upload them separately to your CMS and then link to the newly uploaded images in your document.
Before exporting content to your CMS, you must connect your CMS account. These connected accounts can be found under the Connections section of the Cloudpress application. Currently, Cloudpress supports exporting to WordPress, Contentful, Kontent, Webflow, and Sanity, allowing you to link accounts from any of these applications to Cloudpress.
You can export content from Google Docs using the Cloudpress Google Docs Add-On and Notion by using the Export Content screen in the Cloudpress application. Cloudpress converts the document to the correct format for your Content Management System and uploads images embedded in the document to the CMS.
When you export a document with Cloudpress, it adds the document to an export queue that is processed in the background. This means that the document may not be exported immediately once selected to export it. The time it takes to export a document is affected by the number and size of images in the document, but Cloudpress typically completes exports within a few seconds.
Cloudpress allows you to re-export any document after its initial export. Cloudpress will overwrite the previously exported content in your CMS with the updated content from the source document.
Cloudpress does not do two-way sync. If you make changes to the content on the destination service and re-export the document, the changes made on the destination system will be overwritten.