Currently, Sheetgo can manage spreadsheets stored in Google Drive or OneDrive. Cloud storage (Google Drive or OneDrive) helps you to organize your files, access them from anywhere, and allows applications like Sheetgo to access and manage them. Below are instructions on how to synchronize your spreadsheets in your computer with Google Drive or OneDrive.
Synchronizing my spreadsheets with Google Drive
If you use Google Sheets, you don't need to do anything, because Google Sheets are already stored in Google Drive. However, if you use Excel, OpenOffice, or CSV, you need to install and you want to store them on Google Drive you first need to install Google Drive on your computer. Click here to go to the Google Drive installation page.
After the installation, save all of your spreadsheets inside the Google Drive folder available on your computer. Once you have placed them in Google Drive Your local files will be automatically synchronized with your account and will be accessible by Sheetgo.
Synchronizing my spreadsheets with OneDrive
Generally, newer versions of Windows already have OneDrive installed and you just need to log in with your Microsoft Account. If this is your case, just find the OneDrive application in your File Explorer and access it. Save all your of your spreadsheets in the OneDrive directory.
Your local files that you have placed in the OneDrive folder will be automatically synchronized with your OneDrive account and will be accessible by Sheetgo.