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Syncdocs supports new Office file formats and OAuth

We’re happy to announce a new version of Syncdocs, version 4.1.

What’s new?

Google recently announced that they will be dropping support for exporting older Microsoft Office formats. Syncdocs has been updated to reflect this Google change.

Syncdocs also now supports the Google OAuth 2 protocol. This means that you can authenticate/de-authenticate Syncdocs using the standard Google permissions console.

Syncdocs will also now support single-sign-on (SSO) solutions like OneLogin and SSOEasy.

How to upgrade

As usual your old version should ask if you want to update automatically in the next few days, if you want the fixes now, right click on the Syncdocs taskbar icon, go to Preferences -> Advanced -> “Check for Updates”

You can also download the new version and install it over the old one.
http://www.syncdocs.com/download-syncdocs

USB Portable versions

This have also been updated. Grab the version that runs from a USB stick here.

The new 64 bit portable version is still undergoing testing with Office 64 bit.

How to set up OAuth

During installation, simply click on the link shown below, rather than entering your credentials into Syncdocs:

How to switch to OAuth

In the Syncdocs Preferences, Account tab, click on the checkbox shown below: