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Newslit + Google Drive Integrations

How to connect Newslit + Google Drive

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Media Intelligence Report - By Story

Triggers on each story of a media intelligence report when completed.

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Add File Sharing Preference

Adds a sharing scope to the sharing preference of a file. Does not remove existing sharing settings. Provides a sharing URL.

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How Newslit + Google Drive Integrations Work

  1. Step 1: Authenticate Newslit + Google Drive.
    30 seconds
  2. Step 2: Pick one of the apps as a trigger, which will kick off your automation.
    15 seconds
  3. Step 3: Choose a resulting action from the other app.
    15 seconds
  4. Step 4: Select the data you want to send from one app to the other.
    2 minutes
  5. That’s it! More time to work on other things.
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About Newslit

Newslit is a next-generation news monitoring and research tool for PR professionals, investors, researchers, marketers, sales people, consultants, and business owners. Continuously tracking the most comprehensive set of important news sources, and integrating social signals from thousands of top business influencers.

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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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