Google Docs to Basecamp Connection - Setup and Use
Setup Google Docs to send action items to Basecamp with our easy setup wizard. Then, watch TaskClone copy tasks from Google Docs to Basecamp in 30 seconds.
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Google Docs to Basecamp setup steps
1. Select Google Docs
Click the Google Docs icon to select it as your source of tasks and events.
2. Connect Google Docs
Note: Google Docs setup requires a two-step process to 1) connect your account, and 2) authorize access to specific Docs.
Grant permission to connect TaskClone to your Google Drive/Docs account. You will authorize access to specific Docs in a later step. Be sure you're authorizing the specific Google Docs account you want to use. When you are returned to TaskClone, click "Next" to continue.
3. Select Basecamp as your destination
Click the Basecamp icon if visible or select Basecamp using search field. Click “Next” button to save and continue.
4. Authorize TaskClone to access your account
Once logged in to your account, you will be prompted to allow TaskClone to add tasks.
5. Select a Basecamp Project and Todo List
Select a Basecamp project and todo list to receive tasks from the two drop-down lists that appear.
Click Finish button. You're now connected, but there is one more step.
7. Authorize Individual Google Documents
Because Google Docs requires granting access to each specific Doc you want us to process, we've built a simple Google Docs Add-on to make that easy from within Google Docs. Install our Google Docs Add-on just once (see instructions) and then use the add-on whenever you want to grant access to one or more Google Docs (see instructions).
Google Docs to Basecamp usage
In addition to the video below, we have detailed Google Docs usage instructions summarizing all that can be done using Google Docs with Basecamp.