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-====== Connecting to external services ====== +{{:​pebblepad:​pplogo.png?​nolink|}}
-It is possible to access and use files from cloud storage services on PebblePad. This includes access to content from Google Drive, Dropbox, Mozilla Backpack, and Microsoft OneDrive.+
-To connect a service ​and access ​its files, open the hamburger menu in the top left-hand corner (three horizontal bars)Scroll down to “Additional settings”open it, and select “External services”.+====== Connecting to Google Drive, Dropbox, Mozilla Backpack ​and Microsoft OneDrive ====== 
 +It's possible to access ​and use files from cloud storage services on PebblePadThis includes access ​to content from Google DriveDropbox, Mozilla Backpack, and Microsoft OneDrive.
-This will open a new tab in the web browser ​(make sure pop-ups are allowed for PebblePad). From thereyou can select which service to connect to PebblePad. You have the option to give your service a name to make finding ​it easier ​and for future reference+1. Open the hamburger menu in the top left-hand corner ​(three horizontal bars). Scroll down to “Additional settings”open itand select “External services”.
-It is possible to add multiple services to PebblePad.+{{:​external_services_-1.jpg?300|}}
-However, connecting iCloud to PebblePad is currently not supportedHowever, it is still possible to manually upload files from iCloud to PebblePad. When uploading ​file from Finder on Mac devices, simply select files under the iCloud Drive tab.+2This will open new tab in the web browser **(make sure pop-ups are enabled for PebblePad)**
-When you next access ​your asset store, there will be tab at the top with the name of the service you have connected, allowing you to access its files for use in PebblePad.+3. From there, ​you can select which service to connect to PebblePad. You have the option to give your service ​a name to make finding it easier. It's possible to connect multiple services to PebblePad ​at once.
-When you are using one of PebblePad’s servicessuch as working on a portfolio, you can access the appropriate ​files from the service when uploading them from the Asset store+{{:​external_service_-2.png?​500|}} 
 +**Note**: Connecting iCloud to PebblePad is currently not supported. However, it is still possible to manually upload files from iCloud to PebblePad. When uploading files to PebblePad from Finder on Mac devices, simply select files under the iCloud Drive tab. 
 +4. When you next access your Asset Store, there will be a tab at the top with the name of the service you've connectedallowing you to access its files for use in PebblePad. 
 +5. When you are working on a project (such as a portfolio), you can quickly ​access the images and other files from the connected ​service; they will automatically appear in your most recent assets ​when choosing to upload an image or other types of files
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