Google Drive
When this happens...
SQL ServerNew Row
Then do this...
Google DriveUpload File

You shouldn't need to log in to SQL Server just to access the files indexed on your database; let this SQL Server-Google Drive integration copy them where they can be easily accessed. Once it's active, this Zap will watch SQL Server for you, adding a new file to Google Drive from the information you add to every new row on your database from then on.

How It Works

  1. A new row is added on SQL Server
  2. Zapier automation adds a new file on Google Drive

What You Need

  • SQL server account
  • Google Drive account

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When this happens...
then do this!
New File in Folder

Triggers when a new file is added directly to a specific folder (but not its subfolders).

Create File from Text

Create a new file from plain text.

New File

Triggers when any new file is added (inside of any folder).

Upload File

Copies an existing file from another service to Google Drive.

New or Updated Row

Triggered when a new row is added or modified.

Create Folder

Create a new, empty folder.

New Row (Custom Query)

Triggered when new rows are returned from a custom query that you provide. Advanced Users Only

Update Row

Updates an existing row.

New Row

Triggered when you add a new row.

New Row

Adds a new row.

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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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SQL server (or MS SQL) is a top of the line database geared for the cloud

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