Google Drive

Google Drive is a file storage and synchronization service developed by Google. It allows users to store files on their servers, synchronize files across devices, and share files. Files created and edited through the Google Docs suite are saved in Google Drive.

Connecting to Google Drive

Mammoth allows you to connect to your Google account and get the data into Mammoth.

  1. Select API & Databases from the ‘Add Data’ menu and click on Google Drive.

  2. Click on “New Connection” and log in into your Google account.

    Google drive login

    Fig. 45 Logging into your Google account

  3. Select the account and click on “Next”.

    Google drive accounts

    Fig. 46 Choosing an account

  4. Enter the shareable link of the file you want to add to Mammoth.

    Google Drive URL

    Fig. 47 Enter the file’s URL to fetch data from it

  5. Click on “Submit”.

Once you click on submit, The file will be added to Mammoth’s Data library.


Mammoth supports the following file types - .csv , .txt , .xls , .xlsx , .zip , .tsv , to be added to the Data Library.