Save Files from URL to Google Drive

https://savetogoogledrive.herokuapp.com/

https://bhadooclouduploader.herokuapp.com/

The Links should be Direct Download Links

It will save files in Main Drive and not in shared drive

Instructions for creating your own web app :-

Required

  • Open Google Dev Credentials Site.
  • Create a Project, name as you like.
  • Enable Drive API
  • In Credentials Page Click Create Credentials and then Click OAuth Client ID .
  • Select Web Application.
  • In Authorized JavaScript origins enter your domain name or IP whichever you are using for this app.
  • In Authorized redirect URIs enter your domain name or IP with /api/oauth/google/callback at last.
  • eg. for https://bhadooclouduploader.herokuapp.com it’s https://bhadooclouduploader.herokuapp.com/api/oauth/google/callback
  • Copy your details.
  • You’ll need these 3 when deploying to Heroku using below button.

Deploy to Heroku

Before you deploy follow the above steps or it won’t work.

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is it safe to use?
I mean did then can view my file which I upload through this?

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ya its safe coz the code is open source u can check on github
Also u can deploy your own but the procedure is lengthy and difficult coz it needs basic knowledge of Drive api and heroku

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If you’re using a Google Suite email which has unlimited Google Drive storage, then your organization can see which files you have there.

For eg., suppose I have an email such as [email protected], and that examplename.com is a domain in which the webmaster has a Google Suite account (with unlimited gdrive storage).

In theory, he/she can see files uploaded by all its members. Since I’m a member ([email protected]), my files can be seen by the admin.

As for the heroku script, I haven’t looked at it, but I suppose it’s safe. Just upload stuff you don’t mind losing.

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thanks for your concern!

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