- Adding Google Docs to Your Content
- Connecting Google Docs to CoSchedule
- Sharing and Converting to Wordpress
Click the + icon on the date you would like the Google Doc to be scheduled to. Choose your Content. Enter your title and click Create Content.
Go to the Content entry box and click Google Doc.
Click the Select Google Doc button to choose the Google Doc you want to add to your calendar.
Connecting Google Docs to CoSchedule
A new window will open asking to authorize CoSchedule with your Google Drive account. Click Accept to confirm this authorization.
Now, choose the Google doc you would like to add to your CoSchedule calendar. When you find the document you want to add, click the blue Select button.
Your Google doc is now connected!
Click. A drop-down box will appear giving you the options to Share Public Link, Convert to WordPress, Download PDF, or Download HTML.
Share a Public Link
When you click Share a Public Link in the above dropdown a "Share Content" window will open. Click the Clipboard icon to copy the URL to your clipboard.
Share the Public Link with anyone you would like to see your document and they will see this:
If you would like to disable the link so that no one can see your post, go back to the "Content" window and click . The drop-down box will re-appear and you will be able to click Disable Public Link.
This will stop the link from working and other people will not be able to see your document through your link anymore.
Convert any Google Doc into a WordPress post. To convert Google Doc to a WordPress post, click . A drop-down box will appear and then click Convert to WordPress.
The Convert to WordPress window will open. Click Continue.
Select the category and author. After, click Convert.
When the conversion has completed successfully, click the Continue button then click Complete on the next window to finalize the process.
After you have completed the converting of your Google Doc, CoSchedule will treat the document the same way it treats a WordPress post that is made in WordPress. Click Edit Post in WordPress to make sure all of your images and text have converted through and that it is formatted the way you intended.
Note: To avoid additional HTML styling added to WordPress blog posts converted from Google Docs, CoSchedule will only convert over Headline and basic styling tags, such as bolding, italicizing, and underlining.
Saving Google Doc to PDF or HTML File
To save your Google Document to an HTML or to a PDF file, go to the "Content" page and click . A drop-down box will appear and then click Download PDF or Download HTML.