As a library administrator, you can copy the URL of a view. You can then insert it into a classic Google Site or a new Google Site. Learn more: Compare classic Sites and new Sites.
All users who have access to both the AODocs view and the Google Site can browse the view within the Google Site and open documents.
Tips: If your intranet, web portal or website supports iframes you can follow the same procedure to insert an AODocs view in your environment.
|Insert an AODocs view into a classic Google Site|
|Copy the URL of the view in your AODocs library|
|Paste the URL of the view into your Google Site|
|Insert an AODocs view into a new Google Site|
An AODocs view embedded in a Google Site
Insert an AODocs view into a classic Google Site
Copy the URL of the view in your AODocs library
Note: You must be a library administrator (Google user or Microsoft user) to copy the URL of the view.
2. Select Views.
3. Open the More actions menu next to the desired view.
4. Select Embed URL. The Embed URL is copied to your clipboard.
Note: Beforehand, you must configure at least one view in your library.
Paste the URL of the view into your Google Site
Note: You must be a Google user with at least editor permission of the Google Site to perform these modifications.
1. Open the page of the classic Google Site in which you want to embed the view.
2. Press the Edit button.
3. Select Insert > More gadgets.
4. In the Add a gadget to your page pop-up, select Featured.
5. Enter Include gadget in the search field then press Enter or press the search button.
6. Select the Include Gadget (iframe) widget in the results. This is the gadget you will use to embed your view.
7. The next pop-up explains that this gadget can be used to include another web page in your Google Site. Press Select.
8. In the Add a gadget to your page pop-up, paste the URL from your clipboard in the URL to content field. You can also configure the display of the widget.
9. Press OK. You can now see the AODocs view on your Google Site.
Note: Visitors of your site can see the content of your embedded view on your site only if they have logged into their AODocs account, which must have permission to access the given view.
View inserted in a Google Site without the AODocs search bar
10. If required, you can integrate the AODocs search bar in the embedded view. To do this, in the URL to content field, replace hideSearch=1 with hideSearch=0.
View inserted in a Google Site with the AODocs search bar
Insert an AODocs view into a new Google Site
2. Open the page of the new Google Site in which you want to embed the view.
3. Press the Embed button.
4. Paste the URL from your clipboard in the By URL tab.
5. If required, you can integrate the AODocs search bar in the embedded view. To do this, in the URL replace hideSearch=1 with hideSearch=0.
6. Press Insert.
7. If required, drag the handles to resize the tile.