Google Docs protocol completely replaced with Google Drive
In May, the older Google Docs API is shut down by Google, and it can no longer be used.
It has been completely replaced and the newer Google drive protocol.
To handle the situation, the new versions 7.17 and 7.20 beta of syncovery has been releaed.
The Google Drive protocol can now fulfill all tasks, the obsolete Google Docs protocol could.
The main feature that had been missing before these updates is the conversion of native of Google documents.
This was now available, so and all existing tasks can be performed with the new Google drive API.
Previous Google Docs jobs would automatically use document conversion where chosen.
New jobs, and existing Google drive jobs, need to has document conversion enabled if desired.
The checkmark is on the Second tab sheet of the Internet dialog.
Note that the available file types for conversion has been updated on the Google Docs tab sheet.
Once a profile is switched-to-the-new Google Drive Protocol,
You'll have the to authenticate syncovery in a browser window.
The prompt would appear if you run the job manually in attended mode.
If you need to use several different user accounts in different profiles, this is entirely possible!
Just Make sure a different account ID shown on the Internet dialog.
When the authentication page appears, make sure your log out of the current Google account
and log back in with the next account and authorize Syncovery.
If you need to re-do the authentication, you can click the button "Forget Cloud access tokens"
On the Program Settings Dialog, tab sheet "Cloud".
Note that your Google accounts must the "Allow users to install Google Drive apps".
Syncovery:google Docs protocol completely replaced with Google drive