Dropbox is a software tool which creates a folder on your computers. This particular folder is synced across all your devices. Available for free (2 GB of storage) at Dropbox.com
No. We are in no special relationship with Google Drive. As many others we are using the public API to connect with Google Drive.
No, everything is in the cloud. You don't have to install Wappwolf Automator on your computer. You don't even need to install Google Drive on your computer, because you can use it via the webinterface. So Wappwolf Automator won't slow down your computer!
Yes. If you are a developer, you can create a simple SOAP webservice. (information and example code is available here)
Then add your webservice to the action marketplace of Wappwolf and fire an email at us.
Basically, yes! But there are some limits and you can subscribe to our premium plan. Learn more about the plans
Furthermore there are single actions that cost some money per execution. For instance if you want to print and send a real letter. This is because Wappwolf Automator is based on an open marketplace for actions. The developers can decide if they need some money for the execution or not. For paid actions you have to prepay some money. But there's no need to if you execute free actions only.
Yes. Because we need access to your files to process them, there is a technical possibility to access them - as with every other tool you grant access to your whole Google Drive. We respect your privacy and won't use it for something else than to connect to the service.
Yes. Just use the 'Login with Dropbox "one folder" access'. This will create a folder called Apps/Wappwolf in your Dropbox. Wappwolf won't be able to access any other folder.
When you are logged in, just click the "Settings" button on the lower right corner.
Technically we check periodically if there is something new in your Google Drive folder. When there is something new, it will get processed. This period is set to a few seconds. Futhermore the processing takes another few.
No. Nested folders are not processed recursivly. You have to create a new automation for every folder.
Yes. We are trying to block unintended loops, but there is a chance to generate one.
No. All original files go into a subfolder called "processed". You are able to disable this folder. If you do so the files will be deleted after being processed. Furthermore you can undelete all files within 30days on the Dropbox website.
There are 2 options depending on the resulting filetype. If the resulting filetype would trigger the automation again, the file will go into a subfolder called "result". Otherwise it will go to the original folder.
Yes. The filesize is limited to 25mb per file.
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