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You can now sync your designs from Google Drive!

Posted 5 years ago by Murat Mutlu

You can now (finally!) add images and PSDs from Google Drive to your Marvel projects.

The best part? Images automatically stay in sync so your prototypes will always be up to date with your latest design changes.

You’ll find Google Drive under ‘Add images’ in your project. Once connected you can also sign into Marvel with Google.

Enjoy!

Ps: If you’re looking for Box and One Drive support, get in touch.

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