If you have to upload a file from the Internet to Google Drive, the first thing you have to do is download that file to your computer, then upload it back to Google Drive. So you have to go through two very time-consuming steps, and Download/Upload bandwidth. A solution for you to Upload Files from URL to Google Drive without downloading to your computer is to use a 3rd party Script.
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This is a tool that allows you to save and extract any URL directly to Google Drive. This application uses Google Apps Script on Google Cloud. Transfer files from URL to Google Drive at extremely fast speed (depending on the URL’s transmission line). If you are worried that your home Internet speed is slow, this is not a problem. Because data will be transmitted directly from the URL to Drive, it will not affect your home connection. If you select a file from Google Drive, you can “Make Copy”, “Copy Folder” or Unzip, Un7z, Untar to any folder.
How to Upload File from URL to Google Drive without downloading to your computer
You can save any file from the Internet to Google Drive without downloading it to your computer. Allows you to save files, Slack, WebDAV directly to the Google Drive folder. You can upload files with unlimited capacity (1M ~ GB, possibly TB). This application only works locally without going through the server, so you can transfer any file from the URL (public, unlisted) to Google Drive.
There are many websites that support uploading files from URL to Google Drive. Eg:
Grant Auth Code permission to Website Upload
To get things done Upload directly from the website Google Drive, you need to grant API permission. Please follow each step below:
Step 1: Select Select a file, folder from Google Drive. If this is your first time, you must authenticate your Google account.
Step 2: Click Login & Authorize to get Auth Code
Step 3: Log in Go to grant permissions to the application
Step 4: You will get Auth CodeCopy this code into the empty box at Step 2 and click Login
Upload files from other websites to Google Drive
Step 5: You come back Step 1and select Enter New URL. In there:
- File URL: website path containing the file to upload to Google Drive
- Target Folder: The folder on Google Drive will contain files uploaded from the URL
- FileName to be saved: Name the file saved on Google Drive
Click Save, Copy to Google Drive
Step 6: A window appears asking you to review the permissions granted to the Website. Click Review Permissions -> Allow
Select Allow to grant permissions.
Now you will see the process of uploading files from other websites to Google Drive quickly. If successful, a notification will appear File saved successfully.
So with just a few simple steps, you can upload files from another website to Drive without needing to download them to your computer. The authorization process only happens once, next time you just need to select the URL and Upload. After uploading the file to Drive, you can Cancel authorization for Website Upload by entering this link. Select App and Remove. This way you won’t be afraid of your account being exposed or illegally hacked