Ultradox requires no installation as it runs as a service in the cloud.
It has been designed from scratch to work seamlessly with G Suite.
Adding Ultradox from the G Suite Marketplace to your account will integrate Ultradox into your Google Drive, so that you can open and create Ultradox files right from Google Drive.
By adding Ultradox to your account or domain you will also get a number of useful add-ons for Google Docs, Forms and Sheets that simplify your daily life when using Ultradox.
You'll either need a personal Google or a G Suite account.
In case you are a business user and would like to install Ultradox for your entire domain please access the G Suite marketplace and proceed with the installation using your G Suite administrator account.
You will then be able to install Ultradox to your domain and make it available to all users in your domain or only to users belonging to an organization unit.
Accessing restricted services with G Suite accounts
Google started to restrict the access to several services like GMail and Google Drive to improve security.
Please read this guide carefully to learn how you can continue using these restricted services with Ultradox.
If you are using Ultradox in your G Suite environment your domain admin will have to mark Ultradox as trusted.
To add Ultradox to the list of trusted apps, please perform the following steps:
From the Admin console Home page, go to Security and then API Permissions.
At the bottom of the list of apps, click the Trusted Apps link.
Click on the action button + to add a trusted app.
Select Web Application in the dropdown and paste one of the following OAuth client id into the text field:
172644952635.apps.googleusercontent.com when using Ultradox
977622123657-rtg96hgbvtag65a4p5mli0vapgokf6nn.apps.googleusercontent.com when using Ultradox EU
You can also install Ultradox to a regular Google account.
Before starting the installation to your personal account please make sure you are logged in with the Google account that you want to use when working with Ultradox.
Access restricted services with personal GMail accounts
When working with personal GMail accounts there is no way to manually whitelist Ultradox.
You can access the restricted services by creating your own Google Cloud project and connecting it with your automation.
Open the G Suite Marketplace and search for Ultradox or click click here to open the Ultradox listing.
Click the floating + icon to start the installation.
Select continue to agree to our Terms of Service and to proceed with the installation.
To complete the installation you will have to grant access to Google Drive so that Ultradox can copy example projects to your drive.
We do not store any of your personal data on our servers.
We just access the services on your behalf when running your automations, for example if you want to merge data from your contacts into your documents.
Ultradox and the related add-ons have been installed.
You will find Ultradox in the waffle menu right below your Google services.
Ultradox files can now easily be created and opened right from your Google Drive menu.
Clicking on the Ultradox icon in the waffle menu will open Ultradox and will make it easy to access Ultradox files you've been working on recently.
This page will also provide access to various example applications that you can copy to your account as a starting point.
They will actually be copied into your own Google Drive from where you can open and edit them.
As a G Suite user the user interface should look quite familiar to you.
Having installed Ultradox from the G Suite Marketplace the following add-ons were installed as well:
- Ultradox Template Editor for Google Docs
- Ultradox Email Designer for Google Docs
- Ultradox Trigger for Google Forms
- Ultradox Trigger for Google Sheets
Each add-on is available from the
Add-ons menu in the respective app.
Most functions of the add-on can be accessed by opening the add-on in the sidebar.
Questions and Feedback
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Last Updated: 11/29/19