In TeamWave Projects, files can be attached to tasks, comments and discussion posts. This makes it possible for everyone working on a project to share their work files and documents. You can either add files from your computer or share files from your Google Drive/Dropbox account.


Each project has a dedicated file repository which displays all project related files, including those that have been attached to tasks, comments, and discussion posts. Files can be added directly to the project's file repository, and you've have the option to upload files or share files from your Google Drive/Dropbox account.





How to integrate Google Drive for file sharing?


In order to share files from your personal Google Drive, you need to integrate your Google account with TeamWave. You can only integrate a Google account which can be accessed using your work email (identical to your TeamWave login email).


Note: Connecting your Google Drive with TeamWave, allows you to share selected files (from your Google Drive) with everyone working on the project. Any one trying to access a Google Drive file shared by you will be required to log-in to Google in order to view/edit the file.






How to integrate Dropbox for file sharing?


In order to share files from your personal Dropbox, you need to integrate your Dropbox account with TeamWave.


Note: Connecting your Dropbox with TeamWave, allows you to share selected files (from your Dropbox) with everyone working on the project. Any one trying to access a Dropbox file shared by you will be able to download the file or copy it to their own Dropbox account.






How to add files to project?


You can add files directly to the project file repository, or attach files to tasks, comments and discussion posts.





To directly upload files from your computer, drag files to the designated area or click on "choose files to upload".




You can also select files from Google Drive and Dropbox by clicking the respective icon and choosing file(s).