Integrating Your Rocketbook App with Google Drive
Google Drive is a great organizational tool to keep your work, classes, personal life, etc. organized. Integrate your Google Drive account with your Rocketbook app and your notes will scan directly into your preferred folder - just like magic! Follow the step-by-step setup process outlined below to set-up Google Drive as one of your app Destinations.
Step 1: Choose Google Drive As a Destination
In the Rocketbook app, go to Destinations> Tap on a symbol > Change Destination > Google Drive
Step 2: Choose Your Google Account
Next, you will be directed to a screen that shows your Google accounts currently connected to your phone. If your account does not automatically appear, select Use Another Account and set up a pre-existing email address you wish to use.
Step 3: Select Your Google Drive Folder
Once you’re connected to your preferred Google account, a new screen will appear that shows the existing google drive folders. Either select the folder you’d like to set as a destination, or create a brand new google drive folder. If you choose to create a brand new one, please note that this folder will appear immediately in your google drive, no matter what device you access it on.
Once your folder is selected, you’ll see its name appear under your email address at the top of the screen. At this time, tap Save at the top right corner.
Destination Settings for Google Drive
To get the most out of this destination, explore your Destination Settings. Here you can decide if you want your scans to be PDFs or JPGs, if you’d like to turn on Bundle Scans, and if you want to set up Auto-Send. Additionally, integrating with Google Drive allows you the option to have your scans transcribed!
Transcription with Google Drive
If you choose to enable transcription for Google Drive, you'll be given the option to have your transcription sent as either one Google Docs file containing both your scanned image and transcription, or as two separate files; an image file of your scan and a Google Doc with your transcription.
You can now turn your boring old notes into a cloud stored document that can quickly be accessed or edited from any connected device!
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