Manage the AODocs Smartbar permissions

After installing the AODocs Smartbar, as a user, you can grant permissions to define where the Smartbar is authorized.

Note: If Smartbar permissions have been deployed on your domain by your G Suite super admin, as a user you don’t have to grant permissions individually.

Important: AODocs recommends using only one Google account per Google Chrome session.
Learn more: Google Chrome usage recommendations

Access the AODocs Smartbar permissions
Enable or disable the Smartbar authorization in Gmail
Disable all Smartbar features


Access the AODocs Smartbar permissions

1. From Gmail or Google Drive, select the Smartbar extension button next to the URL bar.

2. Select the Permissions button. The AODocs Smartbar - Update permissions pop-up opens.

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Enable or disable the Smartbar authorization in Gmail
1. From the AODocs Smartbar - Update permissions pop-up, select Revoke existing permissions.

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2. In the AODocs Smartbar - Request permissions pop-up, check or uncheck the option Access your emails content to inport into AODocs.

3. Press Allow.

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Disable all Smartbar features

1. From the AODocs Smartbar - Update permissions pop-up, select Revoke existing permissions

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2. In the AODocs Smartbar - Request permissions pop-up, select Never for this account, thanks.

Important: Selecting Never for this account, thanks will remove the authentication token of the Smartbar from your account. The AODocs Smartbar will be completely blocked. To use it again, you will need to re-authorize it as in Enable or disable the Smartbar authorization.

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