Google Team Drives are shared file storage spaces that enable you and your team to store and share files.
Within Teamwork, you can enable Google Team Drive sharing on your projects.
To set this up, you will first need to enable the Google Drive integration on your Teamwork site.
Google Team Drives are shared spaces where teams can easily store, search, and access their files anywhere, from any device.
Once enabled at a site level, go the relevant project's Settings tab and select the Integrations subsection.
You will then be able to enable or disable the integration by toggling the button.
Note: If you wish to have multiple Google Team Drives linked, the root folder needs to be the user's actual Root Folder which includes all Google Drive data and all Team Drive data.
- Enabling this would be the only way to use different Team Drives in different projects.
- Please be aware that any user with permissions on in Teamwork to upload via Google Drive team drive will essentially have access to every filename hosted on the linked Google account. You will need to select I'll manage the access rights from within Google Drive to prevent users from viewing files they shouldn't have access to on Google.
Once enabled, you can then select which top level (root) folder you would like to use. You can select any shared or team drive folders you are a part of.
Once you have chosen the folder, you will then have the option to choose which users from your Teamwork site can view the files within the Google Team Drive.
Note: Only people who have access to the project the shared drive is set up on can view the files.
For more information, see: Creating a New Google Document Through Teamwork