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Overview

When you first add a Google Drive card to a Flow, you will need to create a configuration. This will allow you to connect to your account, save your account information, and reuse that configuration next time you build a Flow with the connector. You won’t have to sign in every time you want to build a Flow with this connector. Instead, use the configuration you have already set up. You can create and save multiple configurations and share them with your teammates.

To set up a new configuration in Google Drive:

  1. Enter in an Account Nickname. This should be unique. If you are connecting multiple Google Drive accounts, then you’ll be able to tell them apart.
  2. Click Create to finish this configuration.

Supported Scopes

https://www.googleapis.com/auth/drive
https://www.googleapis.com/auth/admin.directory.user.readonly
https://www.googleapis.com/auth/admin.datatransfer

Supported Drives

The Google Drive connector doesn’t support shared drives.

Disclaimer Statement

The app’s use of information received from Google Drive APIs will adhere to Google’s Limited Use Requirements.

    Events

    • File Created

      Trigger a Flow when a new file is created in or added to Google Drive.

      Required fields are indicated by a red asterisk.

      Unless otherwise mentioned, all fields are text.

      Setup

      The first step to using this card is selecting the folder to watch for new files created. There are two ways to pick a folder:

      • Select a Folder Name from the Drop Down Menu
        1. Create the folder in Google Drive and give it a name.
        2. Create the File Created card for Google Drive in Okta Workflows.
        3. Scroll search and select the folder name.
        4. Leave the Folder ID field blank.
      • Input the Folder ID
        1. Create the folder in Google Drive.
        2. Navigate to the folder in Google Drive.
        3. Copy the Folder ID found in the URL. This is everything that comes after folder/ in the URL. For example, if the URL was “https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1dyUEebJaFnWa3Z4n0BFMVAXQ7mfUH11g”, then the Folder ID would be “1dyUEebJaFnWa3Z4n0BFMVAXQ7mfUH11g”.
        4. Create the File Created card for Google Drive in Okta Workflows.
        5. Select “-- Use Folder ID --” for the Folder option.
        6. Input the Folder ID from Google Drive into the Folder ID field in Okta Workflows.

      Output Fields

      • File

        • File Name: name of the file
        • File ID: unique ID of the file
        • Folder (list): option to select folder to insert file in
        • Description: description of the file
        • Starred(True/False): whether the file is starred
        • Parent Item ID (list): output for all of the parent folders inside of which the file that created this workflow exists
        • Version: monotonically increasing version number for the file, this reflects every change made to the file on the server, even those not visible to the requesting user
        • Web View Link (URL): url for the link that will pull up the folder inside Google Drive
        • Created Time(date - iso format): date when the file was created
        • Modified Time (date - iso format): date when the file was last modified
        • Last Modified User: name of the user who last modified the file
      • Permissions

        • Shared (true/false): whether the file is shared and accessible
        • Owner: name of the person who owns the file
        • Editors (list): names of people who have edit access to the file
        • Viewers (list): ames of people who have viewer access to the file
        • Commenters (list): names of people who have comment access to the file
        • Allow File Discovery (true/false): whether the file is discoverable through search inside Google Drive
        • Writers Can Share (true/false): whether the people with write access can share the file
        • Viewers Can Download (true/false): whether views can download this file

        • Context

        • Execution ID: unique identifier associated with the execution of the Flow

    • File Updated

      Trigger a Flow when a file is updated inside of Google Drive or added to Google Drive.

      Required fields are indicated in red.

      Unless otherwise mentioned, all fields are text.

      Setup

      The first step to using this card is selecting the folder to watch for new files created. There are two ways to pick a folder:

      Select a Folder Name from the Drop Down Menu
      1. Create the folder in Google Drive and give it a name.
      2. Create the File Created card for Google Drive in Okta Workflows.
      3. Scroll search and select the folder name.
      4. Leave the Folder ID field blank.

      Input the Folder ID
      1. Create the folder in Google Drive.
      2. Navigate to the folder in Google Drive.
      3. Copy the Folder ID found in the URL. This is everything that comes after “folder/” in the URL. For example, if the URL was “https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1dyUEebJaFnWa3Z4n0BFMVAXQ7mfUH11g”, then the Folder ID would be “1dyUEebJaFnWa3Z4n0BFMVAXQ7mfUH11g”.
      4. Create the File Created card for Google Drive in Okta Workflows.
      5. Select “-- Use Folder ID --” for the Folder option.
      6. Input the Folder ID from Google Drive into the Folder ID field in Okta Workflows.

      Output Fields

      • File

        • File Name: name of the file
        • File ID: unique ID of the file
        • Description: description of the file
        • Starred(True/False): whether the file is starred
        • Parent Item ID (list): output for all of the parent folders inside of which the file that created this workflow exists
        • Version: monotonically increasing version number for the file, this reflects every change made to the file on the server, even those not visible to the requesting user
        • Web View Link (URL): url for the link that will pull up the folder inside Google Drive
        • Thumbnail Link (URL): url for the link to the file’s thumbnail
        • Created Time(date - iso format): date when the file was created
        • Modified Time (date - iso format): date when the file was last modified
        • Capabilities: capabilities that the current user has on the file; each capability corresponds to a fine-grained action that a user may take
        • Last Modified User: name of the user who last modified the file
      • Permissions

        • Shared (true/false): whether the file is shared and accessible
        • Owner: name of the person who owns the file
        • Editors (list): names of people who have edit access to the file
        • Viewers (list): ames of people who have viewer access to the file
        • Commenters (list): names of people who have comment access to the file
        • Allow File Discovery (true/false): whether the file is discoverable through search inside Google Drive
        • Writers Can Share (true/false): whether the people with write access can share the file
        • Viewers Can Copy Content (true/false): whether views can copy the contents of the file
    • Folder Created

      Trigger a Flow when a new folder is created in or added to Google Drive.

      Required fields are indicated in red.

      Unless otherwise mentioned, all fields are text.

      Output Fields

      • Folder

        • Folder Name: name of the folder
        • Folder ID: unique ID of the folder
        • Description (text): description of the folder
        • Starred(True/False): whether the folder is starred
        • Parent Item ID (list): output for all of the parent folders inside of which the folder that created this workflow exists
        • Version: monotonically increasing version number for the folder, this reflects every change made to the folder on the server, even those not visible to the requesting user
        • Web View Link (URL): url for the link that will pull up the folder inside Google Drive
        • Created Time(date - iso format): date when the folder was created
        • Modified Time (date - iso format): date when the folder was last modified
        • Last Modified User: name of the user who last modified the folder

      • Permissions

        • Shared (true/false): whether the folder is shared and accessible
        • Owner: name of the person who owns the folder
        • Editors (list): names of people who have edit access to the folder
        • Viewers (list): ames of people who have viewer access to the folder
        • Commenters (list): names of people who have comment access to the folder
        • Allow File Discovery (true/false): whether the folder is discoverable through search inside Google Drive
        • Writers Can Share (true/false): whether the people with write access can share the folder

      • Context

        • Execution ID (text): unique identifier associated with the execution of the Flow
    • Folder Updated

      Trigger a Flow when a folder is updated in or added to Google Drive.

      Required fields are indicated in red.

      Unless otherwise mentioned, all fields are text.

      Output Fields

      • Folder

        • Folder Name: name of the folder
        • Folder ID: unique ID of the folder
        • Description: description of the folder
        • Starred(True/False): whether the folder is starred
        • Parent Item ID (list): output for all of the parent folders inside of which the folder that created this workflow exists
        • Version: monotonically increasing version number for the folder, this reflects every change made to the folder on the server, even those not visible to the requesting user
        • Web View Link (URL): url for the link that will pull up the folder inside Google Drive
        • Created Time(date - iso format): date when the folder was created
        • Modified Time (date - iso format): date when the folder was last modified
        • Capabilities (list): capabilities the folder has
        • Last Modified User: name of the user who last modified the folder
      • Permissions

        • Shared (true/false): whether the folder is shared and accessible
        • Owner: name of the person who owns the folder
        • Editors (list): names of people who have edit access to the folder
        • Viewers (list): ames of people who have viewer access to the folder
        • Allow File Discovery (true/false): whether the folder is discoverable through search inside Google Drive
        • Writers Can Share (true/false): whether the people with write access can share the folder
    • New Comment

      Trigger a Flow when a new comment is made in Google Docs or Google Drive.

      Required fields are indicated in red.

      Unless otherwise mentioned, all fields are text.

      Options

      • File ID: ID the file you wish to use to trigger the Flow when it gets a new comment, file IDs can be found in the URL of the file.

      Output Fields

      • Comment
        • Comment ID: ID of the comment
        • Content: the comment message/content
        • Author: who wrote the comment
        • Created Time: when the comment was created
      • Context
        • Execution ID: unique identifier associated with the execution of the Flow

    Actions

    • Add Comment to File

      Add a comment to a file inside Google Drive.

      Unless otherwise indicated, field types are text.

      Required fields are indicated by a red asterisk.

      Input Fields

      • File
        • File ID: Unique ID of the file. The ID of a file can be found by navigating to the Google Drive web. Right-click on the file and select get sharable link. The File ID is the last part of that link, after id=. Example: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1avkd2a. Make sure to select the entire ID (about 20 characters long). Alternatively, use the search files card to find the file by name. This card has a File ID output that can be dragged into this input field.
      • Comment
        • Content: The comment that will be associated with the file.

      Output Fields

      • Comment
        • Comment ID: The unique ID for the new comment.
        • Created Time: The date of the comment.
        • Author: The person who created the comment.
    • Copy File

      Copies a file to destination folder by ID in Google Drive.

      Unless otherwise indicated, field types are text.

      Required fields are indicated by a red asterisk.

      Input Fields

      • File
        • File ID: The unique file ID. Can be found in the file URL or by using Search Files.
        • Name: The name of the file.
        • Description: The description of the file.
        • Parent Folder ID: The unique folder ID if the file is in a nested folder. Can be found by using Search Folders.
        • Starred (boolean) : If the document is starred or not.
        • Viewers Can Download (boolean): If viewers can download the content.
        • Writers Can Share (boolean): If writers can share the file.

      Output Fields

      • File
        • File ID: The copy file ID.
        • File Name: The new file name. The file name will combine Copy of with the the original file name. If no file name exists, the file name will be Copy of Untitled Document.
    • Create Folder

      Create Folder

      Create a new folder for your Google Drive to store documents. The folder can also be placed within a parent folder.

      Unless otherwise indicated, field types are text.

      Required fields are indicated by a red asterisk.

      Input Fields

      • Input Folder Name
        • Name: A name for your folder.
        • Description: Description of your folder.
        • Parent Folder ID: To create a folder within another folder (or nested folder), there are two methods to get the parent folder ID or location for the card:
          • Copy the end of the URL into the card to get the parent folder ID. For example, if the link was https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/**0B8CedcLXfL-xSHpiQEYyZDYyfEU**, you would copy and paste the bolded region after the slash as the Parent Folder ID.
          • You can also search for the folder to get the ID. Create a form which asks for the name of the parent folder and then with a search folders Google Drive card return the Folder ID. This ID can then be used as the Parent Folder ID in the last card shown below.
            How to create a nested folder by searching for the parent folder's name
        • Starred (Boolean/(Yes or No)): Mark whether or not a folder is starred in your drive.
        • Writers Can Share (Boolean/(Yes or No)): Clarify whether or not other people can share material.

      Output Fields

      • File Name (text): Name of the folder.
      • File ID (text): If the folder is nested it is in the requested folder location.
    • Create Permission

      Create a permission for a file in Google Drive.

      Unless otherwise indicated, field types are text.

      Required fields are indicated by a red asterisk.

      Options

      • Permission Type (dropdown): The type of user, group, domain, or Google Drive user who can interact with the specified document.
        • Options:
          • User
          • Group
          • Domain
          • Anyone
      • Permission Role (dropdown): The level of permissions the user, group, domain or “anyone” can have with the specified document.
        • Options:
          • Owner
          • Can Edit
          • Can Comment
          • Can View

      Input Fields

      • File
        • File ID: Unique ID of the file that you want to create the specific permissions
      • Permission
        • Email Address: Email address of the individual who is having permissions created for.
        • Email Message: A custom message to include in notification emails about the permissions and document that were shared.
        • Transfer Ownership (true/false): Whether changing a role to ‘owner’ downgrades the current owners to writers. Does nothing if the specified role is not ‘owner’. Default is false.
        • Allow File Discovery (true/false): Indicates whether the file will be discoverable or not.
        • Domain: The user’s domain.

      Output Fields

      • Permission
        • Permission ID (type): The current user’s ID as visible in the permissions collection.
        • Share Link (URL): Url directly to the link that will pull up the file inside GoogleDrive, but is the share link for the user or group shared to the file with the permission set.
    • Create Transfer Request

      Create a request to transfer Google Drive files and folders from one user to another within a domain.

      Required fields are indicated in red.

      Unless otherwise mentioned, all fields are text.

      Input Fields

      • From User: email of the user from whom the files and folders are being transferred.
      • To User: email of the user to whom files and folders are being transferred.

      Output Fields

      • Transfer ID: unique ID of the transfer.
      • Transfer Status: status of the transfer, can be completed, failed, or inProgress.
      • Request Time: time when the transfer was requested.
    • Delete File

      Use this card if you want to permanently delete a file.

      Required fields are indicated by a red asterisk on the Action Card.

      Note: The file will not be moved to a trash folder.

      To execute this action on team files, you must be an organizer of the parent folder. To delete folders, you have to be the owner of that folder and all its contents.

      Input Fields

      • File
        • File ID (text): Unique ID of the file. The ID of a file can be found by navigating to the Google Drive web. Right click on the file you need, and select get sharable link. The File ID is the last part of that link after id=. Example: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1avkd2a. Make sure to select the entire ID (about 20 characters long). Alternatively, use the search files card to find the file by name. This card has a File ID output that can be dragged into this input field.

      Output Fields

      • Response
        • Status Code (number): Success or failure of your HTTP request; here is a list of all status codes.
    • Get File Permissions

      Look up the permission settings of a particular user for a particular file.

      Unless otherwise indicated, field types are text.

      Required fields are indicated by a red asterisk.

      Options

      • Is case sensitive Search? (dropdown): While comparing user data and permissions, Yes indicates that no change will be made to any value in the search results from Google Drive when comparing user data and permissions; No (default) indicates that each permission property will be formatted to lower case and then compared to the user value.

      • Search By (dropdown): Email (default) retrieves permissions by email address; Domain retrieves permissions by domain value; Anyone selects the first permission with type anyone (results are not affected by the values from the Is case sensitive Search? dropdown).

      Note: If Anyone is selected, no input field will appear in the card’s input section. This option will not require any specific search criteria.

      Input Fields

      • File

        • File ID: Unique ID of the file. The ID of a file can be found by navigating to the Google Drive web. Right-click on the file and select get sharable link. The File ID is the last part of that link, after id=. Example: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1avkd2a. Make sure to select the entire ID (about 20 characters long). Alternatively, use the search files card to find the file by name. This card has a File ID output that can be dragged into this input field.
      • Search By

        • Email: If Email is selected as the input option, permission information will be retrieved for an email address.
        • Domain: If Domain is selected as the input option, permission information will be retrieved for a specific domain.

      Output Fields

      • Output
        • Permission ID: Permission ID for the user.
        • Display Name: Display name of the user.
        • Role: Role associated with the user.
    • Move File or Folder

      Move the location of a file or folder within Google Drive.

      Unless otherwise indicated, field types are text.

      Required fields are indicated by a red asterisk.

      Input Fields

      • File or Folder
        • File or Folder ID: Unique ID of the file or folder that you want to move.
        • Parent Item ID: Unique ID of the location folder where the file or folder will be moved.

      Output Fields

      • File
        • File ID: Unique ID of the file that was moved.
        • File Name: Name of the file that was moved.
    • Read File Info

      Read metadata information about a file.

      Unless otherwise indicated, field types are text.

      Required fields are indicated by a red asterisk.

      Input Fields

      • File ID: Unique ID of the file. The ID of a file can be found by navigating to the Google Drive web. Right-click on the file and select get sharable link. The File ID is the last part of that link, after id=. Example: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1avkd2a. Make sure to select the entire ID (about 20 characters long). Alternatively, use the search files card to find the file by name. This card has a File ID output that can be dragged into this input field.

      Output Fields

      File
      * File Name: Name of the file.
      * Description: Description of the file.
      * Starred(True/False):
      * True: A file has a “Starred” label applied to it.
      * False: A file does not have a “Starred” label applied to it.
      * Parent Item ID (list): Provides a list output for all of the parent folders inside of which the file you read information exists.
      * Web View Link (URL): Url directly to the link that will pull up the file inside GoogleDrive.
      * Created Time(date - iso format): Date when the file was created.
      * Modified Time (date - iso format): Date when the file was last modified.
      * Last Modified User: Name of the user who last modified the file.

      Permissions
      * Shared (true/false): whether the file is shared and accessible or not.
      * Owner: Name of the person who owns the file.
      * Editors (list): List of names of people who have edit access to the file.
      * Viewers (list): List of names of people who have viewer access to the file.
      * Commenters (list): List of names of people who have comment access to the file.
      * Allow File Discovery (true/false): whether the file is discoverable or not via search inside GoogleDrive.
      * Writers Can Share (true/false): whether the people with write access can share the file.
      * Viewers Can Download (true/false): whether viewers can download the file.

    • Read Folder Info

      Read a folder’s metadata in Google Drive by using folder ID.

      Required fields are indicated in red.

      Unless otherwise mentioned, all fields are text.

      Input Fields

      • Folder ID: unique ID of the folder

      Output Fields

      Folder

      • Folder Name: name of the folder
      • Description: description of the folder
      • Starred(True/False): whether the folder is starred
      • Parent Item ID (list): output for all of the parent folders inside of which the folder that created this workflow exists
      • Version: monotonically increasing version number for the folder, this reflects every change made to the folder on the server, even those not visible to the requesting user
      • Web View Link (URL): url for the link that will pull up the folder inside Google Drive
      • Created Time(date - iso format): date when the folder was created
      • Modified Time (date - iso format): date when the folder was last modified
      • Capabilities(list): capabilities of the folder
      • Last Modified User: name of the user who last modified the folder

      Permissions - permissions specific information about the folder.

      • Shared (true/false): whether the folder is shared and accessible
      • Owner: name of the person who owns the folder
      • Editors (list): names of people who have edit access to the folder
      • Viewers (list): ames of people who have viewer access to the folder
      • Commenters (list): names of people who have comment access to the folder
      • Allow File Discovery (true/false): whether the folder is discoverable through search inside Google Drive
      • Writers Can Share (true/false): whether the people with write access can share the folder
    • Read Transfer Request

      Read a transfer request for Google Drive files and folders.

      Required fields are indicated in red.

      Unless otherwise mentioned, all fields are text.

      Input Fields

      • Transfer ID: unique ID of the transfer.

      Output Fields

      • Transfer ID: unique ID of the transfer.
      • Transfer Status: status of the transfer, can be completed, failed, or inProgress.
      • New Owner Email: email of the user to whom files and folders are being transferred.
      • Old Owner Email: email of the user from whom the files and folders are being transferred.
      • Request Time: time when the transfer was requested.
    • Search Files

      Search for files by parameters.

      Unless otherwise indicated, field types are text.

      Required fields are indicated by a red asterisk.

      Options

      • Result Set: All files (default) returns all files in the search results; First file returns the first file that matches the search criteria.
      • Parent Folder: The target parent folder for the file search.

      Input Fields

      Not all of the fields are mandatory. Most often the search will only contain the Name field. But if you want to limit the search to more specific locations, then use more inputs to limit the scope of the search.

      • Search By
        • Name: Name of the file
        • Starred(True/False):
          • True: A folder has a “Starred” label applied to it.
          • False: A folder does not have a “Starred” label applied to it
        • Trashed(True/False):
          • True: A folder has a “Trashed” label applied to it.
          • False: A folder does not have a “Trashed” label applied to it
        • Parent Folder ID (dropdown): The unique ID of the parent folder inside of which the file you are searching.
        • Owner (list): Name of the persons who own the file.
        • Writers (list): List of names of people who have edit access to the file.
        • Readers (list): List of names of people who have viewer access to the file.
        • Commenters (list): List of names of people who have commenter access to the file.

      Note: If you don’t select a search criteria or leave input fields empty, the search results will contain all of the existing files in your Google Drive instance.

      Output Fields

      • Files
        • File Name: Name of the files matching searched criteria
        • File ID: Unique ID of the files matching searched criteria.
    • Search Folders

      Find a single folder within your Google Drive environment.

      Unless otherwise indicated, field types are text.

      Required fields are indicated by a red asterisk.

      Input Fields

      Not all of the fields are mandatory. Most often the search will only contain the Name field. But if you want to limit the search to more specific folders, then use more inputs to limit the scope of the search.

      IMPORTANT: This action only returns one folder result, even if more than one result would technically fit the inputs chosen.

      • Search By
        • Name: Name of the folder
        • Starred(True/False): “True” or ”False” are the accepted inputs.
          • True: A folder that has a “Starred” label applied to it.
          • False: A folder does not have a “Starred” label applied to it
        • Trashed(True/False): “True” or ”False” are the accepted inputs.
          • True: A folder that has been Trashed.
          • False: A folder that has not been Trashed.
        • Parent Folder ID: The unique ID of the parent folder inside of which the folder you are searching for should exist.
        • Owners (list): Name of the persons who own the folder.
        • Writers (list): List of names of people who have edit access to the folder.
        • Readers (list): List of names of people who have viewer access to the folder.

      Note: If you don’t select a search criteria or leave input fields empty, the search results will return the first folder in your Google Drive instance only.

      Output Fields

      • File
        • Folder Name: Name of the folder, if found.
        • Folder ID: Unique ID of the folder, if found.
    • Search Transfer Request

      Search for a transfer request for Google Drive files and folders using transfer ID.

      Required fields are indicated in red.

      Unless otherwise mentioned, all fields are text.

      Options

      Result Set: define the card output format, choose from First Transfer (returns only the first matching transfer request) or All Transfers (returns all matching transfer requests).

      Input Fields

      • Transfer Status: status of the transfer; can be completed, failed, or inProgress.
      • New Owner Email: email of the user to whom files and folders are being transferred.
      • Old Owner Email: email of the user from whom the files and folders are being transferred.

      Output Fields

      • Transfer ID: unique ID of the transfer.
      • Transfer Status: status of the transfer; can be completed, failed, or inProgress.
      • New Owner Email: email of the user to whom files and folders are being transferred.
      • Old Owner Email: email of the user from whom the files and folders are being transferred.
      • Request Time: time when the transfer was requested.
    • Update File

      Update the content of a file, but preserve the previous versions, metadata, and other information.

      Unless otherwise mentioned, all fields are text.

      Required fields are indicated in red.

      Input Fields

      • Update By
        • File ID (text): Unique ID of the file in Google Drive. The ID of a file can be found by navigating to the Google Drive web. Right click on the file you need, and select get sharable link. The File ID is the last part of that link, after id=. Example: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1avkd2a. Make certain to select the entire ID (about 20 characters long). Alternatively, use the Search Files card to find the file by name. This card has a File ID output that can be dragged into this input field.
        • File Content ID (file): Unique ID of the file from the Workflows file system to be updated in Google Drive.

      Output Fields

      • File
        • File Name: Name of the file.
        • File ID: Unique ID of the file.
    • Update File Info

      Add or change file information in Google Drive by using file ID.

      Required fields are indicated in red.

      Unless otherwise mentioned, all fields are text.

      Input Fields

      • Update By

        • File ID: the unique identifier for a file, can be found in the URL of the file or by using Search Files.
      • Fields

        • Name: name of the file
        • Parent Folder ID (text): ID of the folder within which the file is nested, ID can be found by using Search Folders
        • Description: description of the file
        • Starred(True/False): whether the file is starred
        • Writers Can Share (true/false): whether the people with write access can share the file
        • Viewers Can Download (true/false): whether views can download this file

      Output Fields

      • File Name: the updated file name
      • File ID: the unique identifier for a file, can be found in the URL of the file or by using Search Files.
    • Update File Permission

      Update the permission settings of a particular user for a particular file.

      Unless otherwise indicated, field types are text.

      Required fields are indicated by a red asterisk.

      Input Fields

      • File ID: Unique ID of the file in Google Drive. The ID of a file can be found by navigating to the Google Drive web. Right click on the file you need, and select get sharable link. The File ID is the last part of that link, after id=. Example: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1avkd2a. Make certain to select the entire ID (about 20 characters long). Alternatively, use the Search Files card to find the file by name. This card has a File ID output that can be dragged into this input field.
      • Permission ID: Permission ID for the user you want to update (get the ID as an output from Get File Permissions or Create Permission.)
      • Role: Role you want to set the user to, e.g.: organizer, owner, writer, commenter, or reader.
      • Remove Expiration (true/false): Whether or not to remove any existing expiration date associated with the permission.
      • Transfer Ownership (true/false): Must be set to True if setting a new owner, in which case the previous owner is assigned to “Can Edit” (writer).

      Output Fields

      • Output
        • Permission ID: Permission ID for the user.
        • Display Name: Display name of the user.
        • Role: Role associated with the user.
    • Update Folder Info

      Update folder information in Google Drive by using folder ID.

      Required fields are indicated in red.

      Unless otherwise mentioned, all fields are text.

      Input Fields

      • Folder ID: unique ID of the folder, there are two methods of finding the folder ID:

      • Name: name of the folder

      • Parent Folder ID: ID of the folder within which the current folder is nested, This can be found the same way as instructed above for the folder ID, you can use this field to move a folder to another folder

      • Description: description of the folder

      • Starred(True/False): whether the folder is starred

      • Writers Can Share (true/false): whether the people with write access can share the folder

      Output Fields

        * Folder Name: updated folder name * Folder ID: the unique identifier for the folder, can be found in the URL of the folder or by using Search Files.

    • Upload File

      Upload File

      Upload a file to Google Drive.

      Required fields are indicated in red.

      Unless otherwise mentioned, all fields are text.

      Input Fields

      • File
        • Name: name of the file
        • Parent Folder ID: ID of the folder you want to upload the file to, leave empty for root
        • Description: description of the file
        • File Content ID (object): unique id associated with the file content
        • Convert to Google format? (boolean): choose whether to convert the file to Google format

      Output Fields

      • Output
        • File Name: name of the file
        • File ID: unique ID of the file