Uploading Directly in DocHub

  1. Go to your dashboard and select ‘New’ in the top left corner.

  2. You will have the following options to choose from:

    1. Computer: Browser files stored on your machine or an external drive.

    2. Dropbox: Prompts for Dropbox login and then allows you to browse Dropbox files for upload.

    3. Google Drive: Prompts for Google/SCASD login and then allows you to browse Drive files for upload.

    4. OneDrive: Prompts for Microsoft OneDrive login and then allows you to browse OneDrive files for upload.

    5. URL: Enter URL of a document published on the web.

    6. Drop File Here: Drag and drop files from your machine or external drive.

  3. Choose your privacy settings:

    1. Private: If you are the owner, only individuals specified will be able to view the document. If the owner is SCASD, owners, admins, and teachers can edit.

    2. Org Shared (Only applicable if the owner is SCASD): Owners, admins, and teachers can edit. Students can view.

    3. Public: Anyone can view the document. If the owner is SCASD, owners, admins, and teachers can edit.

  4. Choose your document type:

    1. Document: One-time use.

    2. Template: Use for generating copies for multiple times of use.

  5. Choose the owner of the document:

    1. You: You will have full control of the document and you will only be allowed to view if Private.

    2. SCASD: You and all admins and teachers will have control of the document.

Opening from Google Drive

  1. Install the DocHub Chrome Extension.

  2. Right-click the file that you would like to open in DocHub.

  3. Select Open with and then select DocHub - PDF Sign and Edit.

Opening from Gmail

  1. Install the DocHub Chrome Extension.

  2. Click the document to open it in preview mode.

  3. Select Open with at the top of the preview window.

  4. Select DocHub - PDF Sign and Edit.

Opening a PDF from a Web Address

  1. Install the DocHub Chrome Extension.

  2. Open the PDF.

  3. At the bottom of the PDF file, select Open With DocHub.

  4. This will create a copy of the PDF in your DocHub account.

If there are any questions or issues please contact IT Services

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