Using Casedo with Google Drive
Google Drive is similar to OneDrive and Dropbox, you need to download, install and sign in to Google Drive for Desktop in order to work with your stored files directly from your computer.
Click HERE to know more about Google Drive.
You can download the Google Drive for Desktop HERE.
Set your casefiles to ‘Available Offline’
Casedo .case files can be big. It’s easy to find yourself working with a 2,000-page Casedo file that is around 150mb in size. Even with a great internet connection, this can take a while to upload, leading to a very slow experience using Casedo. To deal with this make sure that the casefile you want to access is always available offline.
In both Windows and Mac, navigate to the file or folder you want to make available offline, bring up the context menu on it with a Right Click or Ctrl Click and select Offline Access > Available Offline.