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Docparser + Google Drive

Upload new Google Drive files to Docparser

  1. When this happens

    Step 1: New File in Folder

  2. Then do this

    Step 2: Upload Document

You keep your important documents on cloud storage, but need to extract data from them—not a problem for Zapier automation. Once everything is set up, this integration will catch every new file you upload to Google Drive, uploading it to Docparser as well so that your parsing rules can go to work. Complement this automation with one that triggers whenever Docparser extracts new data and sends it to your other apps, and all your work will be done for you!

How this Google Drive-Docparser integration works

  1. A new document is added to a folder on Google Drive
  2. Zapier uploads the file to Docparser

Apps involved

  • Google Drive
  • Docparser

Supported triggers and actions

What does this mean?
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About Docparser

Docparser converts your PDF documents into structured and easy-to-handle data. With Docparser you can pull out specific data fields (e.g. Purchase Order Number, Date, Shipping Address, ...) and tabular data from your documents.
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About Google Drive

Google Drive is Google's file sync app that lets you store all of your files online alongside your Google Docs documents, and keep them synced with all of your devices.
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