I cannot connect to Google Drive

  • I cannot connect to Google Drive
  • I tried making a project on Cloud console but the problem was not solved

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Welcome to the Make community!

You’ll need to follow the instructions in the linked guide here:

Here are all the known redirect URIs you need for your Google Cloud Console OAuth app

https://www.make.com/oauth/cb/google-custom
https://www.make.com/oauth/cb/google-restricted
https://www.make.com/oauth/cb/google-cloud-speech
https://www.integromat.com/oauth/cb/google-custom
https://www.integromat.com/oauth/cb/google-restricted
https://www.integromat.com/oauth/cb/google-cloud-speech

Once you’ve set these up, you can use/reuse the same Make connection for all the supported Google apps & modules on Make - you’ll only have to enable the respective APIs for your custom app in Google Cloud.

Hope this helps!

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I tried, but nothing changed… I tried to write Client ID and Client secret, and nothing changed, and all I got was this (400: redirect_uri_mismatch)

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Same problem. Doesn’t Work.

You need to fo on Google cloud console to allow API connections : although I’m still struggling as whenever I add scopes for my google drive API it goes to restrictions instead of sensitive scopes. If anyone has an answer that would be really helpful ! :wink:

I have the exact same problem, with the same error message. I’ve followed the video step-by-step and I’ve done the whole procedure three times, and each time, same result. Doesn’t work.

same here! I’m stuck

In the end, I set up (and paid for) a pro Google Workspace. Guess that’s how they get you in the end :wink:

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Hello !

I’ve got the same problem for my client, however he is already paying for a Google Workspace Pro account :thinking:

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Hey guys. I managed to make it work after making sure that:

  1. I used this URI: https://www.integromat.com/oauth/cb/google-restricted

  2. Publishing the app

  3. In the publishing process:
    3.1 Adding these URLs:

3.2 Using this scope

3.3 Filling in really anything in here (The YouTube video is a generic “What is make” video)

  1. Submit for verification
    → This step apparently is not necessary if it’s for personal use only. But The whole thing didn’t work for me when it was in Testing Mode. So I published it and submitted it anyway. I then received this e-mail from Google:

Tbh this really is not a nice solution. But it’s what works for now. I hope Make can help to somehow improve this process. And at least update this guide.

Cheers!

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Thanks @adrianovm I was stuck and your solution works
but it’s true that make should make it easier

Hi Thibaut. Happy to hear! I actually did manage to also make it work in the Test mode and it’s a better solution imo. I recorded the process here: https://youtu.be/8NBDnF3PbOc

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