In this tutorial, you will learn how to upload a file to Google Drive storage using PDF.co and Zapier integration.
In this demo, we have already configured the input source. It can be anything based on your requirement.
- Select App and Event
- Enter the Input File to be Processed
- Test & Review
- Expected Result
- Save the File to Google Drive
- Configure Upload Details
- Check the Result
- See the Saved File
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1. Select App and Event
Let’s select PDF.co as the input app and PDF Filler as the event. The PDF Filler event can add multiple texts or images in the PDF document.
2. Enter the Input File to be Processed
Next, in the Direct Link to Source PDF, enter the input file that you would like to process. Under Text Objects, provide the input text in a predefined format such as X location, Y location, page index, input text, font size, font family, etc. Then, specify the output file name.
3. Test & Review
Now we are ready to send the input request to PDF.co. If the input request data looks good, then we will proceed with the TEST & REVIEW.
Once the response has been received from PDF.co, the output should produce a URL that contains the processed output file.
4. Expected Result
The output file looks similar to this. The text Hello World! should be on the top left corner of the output file.
5. Save the File to Google Drive
We are now ready to save the file to Google Drive. Here we have selected Google Drive as the input app and Upload File as the event.
6. Configure Upload Details
With the Google Drive account added, it is time to configure the upload details.
- In the Folder field, specify the output Google Drive folder name.
- In the File field, paste the output file URL from PDF.co’s response.
- Under Convert To Document, choose True or False to convert or not.
- Then, provide your output File Name.
- And lastly, enter your desired output File Extension.
7. Check the Result
The image below is the request data that we will send over to Google Drive API. If it looks good, then we can proceed with the TEST & REVIEW.
Below is what the successful response looks like:
8. See the Saved File
Go to your Google Drive output folder, and you should find the new output file saved successfully.
In this tutorial, you learned how to upload a document into Google Drive storage using Zapier and PDF.co integration.