Access your AODocs Team Folder or Secured Folder

There are three ways to access your AODocs folders in Drive:

1. Using the AODocs library picker
2. Adding a library to My Drive
3. Pushing AODocs libraries to My Drive of the library users

1. Using the AODocs library picker

In Google Drive you can use the AODocs Smartbar’s library picker to quickly access your AODocs libraries.

From Google Drive, the library picker (1) displays the list of all your AODocs libraries. You can create a list of your favorite libraries by clicking on “Add to favorites” button (2). Your favorite libraries will appear at the top of the list.

When clicking on the library it will be opened in Drive. You will be able to see your current location via the path (3) at the top of the page.


Accessing Library through the Library picker

2. Adding a library to My Drive

Click on “Open selected item in Google Drive” (1) from the library opened in AODocs.


Opening your AODocs library in Google Drive

Click on “More options” button (2) and then on “Add to My Drive” button (3). If you do not see the “Add to My Drive” button it means that the library is already into your My Drive.


Adding your AODocs library to My Drive

Click on ”My Drive“ button (4). Your library should appear in your Drive as a folder (5).


Your AODocs library is now available in your My Drive folder

3. Pushing AODocs libraries to My Drive of the library users

End-users can also access AODocs libraries from their My Drive folder if the administrator has configured them to be pushed to end-users’ My Drive folders.
Learn more here: Push AODocs Team Folder or Secured Folder to User's My Drive

Please note that only administrators and super administrators can push an AODocs library to the users’ My Drive.

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