Within Teamwork, you can integrate your site with Google Drive before enabling it for individual projects.
Note: Enabling the Google Drive integration at site-level will not result in any file syncing. This is done at project-level.
Once you connect your Teamwork site to your Google Drive account, you can set it up on individual projects so that you can link to your files from Drive directly in the files area of the project, or attach them to tasks, comments, or messages.
First, you will need to authorise Teamwork to connect to your Google account. To do this, click your profile icon in the top right of your site, and select Settings from the dropdown menu.
In the Settings area, go to the Integrations tab where you will see an option to connect to Google Drive.
Click Connect to get started and log in to your Google Drive account.
Choosing a top level folder
Once you have completed the authorization, you will see another button to choose a top level folder. This allows you to control which files in your Google Drive account are accessible from Teamwork.
At project level, you will then be able to choose the same root folder or any of the folders within it to be the project-level folder.
Note: Only site administrators in the owner company can enable Google Drive at site and project level.
If you wish to link a Google team drive instead you can follow these steps.
For more information, see: Enabling the Google Drive Integration on Your Projects