Bulk Updater: Access and sign in

Bulk Updater is a web application that lets you update in bulk the properties (also called metadata) of your AODocs documents. All users can use the export feature in Bulk Updater; only library administrators and super administrators can use the update feature.

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Access Bulk Updater

When you access Bulk Updater the first time, AODocs prompts you to sign in as either a Google user or a Microsoft user.

1. Follow this link to access Bulk Updater: https://bulk-updater.aodocs.com

2. Select either Google or Microsoft.

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3. Microsoft users are prompted to enter the name of their domain. 

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4. Enter your email and password as part of the authentication flow.

5. Google users are requested to grant Bulk Updater permission to create spreadsheets for you.

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Check your sign in status

When you press your profile avatar, you can see:

  • who you're signed in as
  • if ownership of Google spreadsheets is delegated to another user: delegated ownership allows you to create Google spreadsheets in Bulk Updater using the account of a user specified by your administrator – this is the case for all Microsoft users, and also Google users if your administrator decided to set up it up

    Note: Learn more about how Microsoft users access Google spreadsheets
  • if your offline consent is valid:
    • for Google users this means that the Bulk updater is registered as a third party application in accounts.google.com
    • for Microsoft users this means that Google spreadsheet delegation has been set up, so you can use all the features of Bulk Updater

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