How to embed Google Docs, Slides, and Sheets

Overview

If you want to embed the content of a Google Doc, Slide, or Sheet to your Tettra page, use the embed option in the insert controls.

Only users who are logged in to their Google accounts with access to the asset will be able to view the content.

If you would like to add a Google asset to your knowledge base without embedding it within a page, check out creating an external link here.

How it works

In the page editor, click the + icon to the left of an empty line and select Embed. Paste the link of the Google Drive file and hit [Enter].

The sheet will embed itself into the Tettra page. Any edits made in Google will be automatically updated in Tettra. You can resize the embed using the handles in the corners. 


Hiding the Google Docs & Sheets menus

If you just need to view the content of a doc or sheet, you can add &rm=minimal to a Google Sheets/Docs iFrame to remove all the menu items.

Your final link should look like https://docs.google.com/document/d/1VqduqheWV3IHtA79lVuSrUwIW5xcWy7z2S1rT-rk_98/edit?usp=sharing&rm=minimal

If your link does not end with ?usp=sharing, then end it with ?rm=minimal instead:
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1VqduqheWV3IHtA79lVuSrUwIW5xcWy7z2S1rT-rk_98/edit?rm=minimal

The end result will look like this:

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