Embed external content in AODocs

You can embed external content with iframes in your AODocs library homepage and document description. This lets you create dynamic content in AODocs that automatically updates when the source is updated.

Where can you embed external content in AODocs?
What kind of external content can you embed in AODocs?
Embed your external content
         Embed content in your library homepage
         Embed content in your document description

Where can you embed external content in AODocs?

You can embed external content in:

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What kind of external content can you embed in AODocs?

You can embed the following types of external content:

  • published Google documents, spreadsheets, presentations, drawings, and forms
  • Google Data Studio reports
  • Google Calendars
  • Awesome Table views
  • YouTube videos
  • Google Drive files that can be embedded as previews: Office files, PDF files, images, and videos

Embed your external content

First copy the embeddable HTML code from the source content of the page you want embed. To do this, refer to the following:

Embed content in your library homepage

Note: You must be a library administrator.

1. On your library homepage, access the Home tab.

2. Press the Edit description button.

3. In edit mode, open the Tools menu and select Source code.

4. Paste the embeddable HTML at the place where you want it to appear in your welcome message.

5. Press Save.

Learn more: Customize your library homepage.

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Embed content in your document description

Note: You must have edit rights on the document.

1. Open your document and press the Edit button.

2. In the Description section, open the Tools menu and select Source code.

3. Paste the embeddable HTML at the place where you want it to appear in your document description.

4. Press Save.

Learn more:

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