Conga Increases Customer Collaboration with New Google APIs

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This week, Google announced new Sheets and Slides APIs that will change the way developers and users interact with templates and documents within the Conga platform. Conga Composer makes it easy to create and deliver sophisticated documents, presentation and reports from Salesforce by automatically populating rich text templates. Customers can customize, streamline and scale their document generation and reporting with Conga Composer. Google’s new APIs were designed around principles that emphasize ease of use, full support for real time collaboration and programmatic access to the applications and documents customers care about most.

At Conga, we are committed to bringing solutions that are innovative and match our customers evolving business.  Our integration with Google’s new APIs will allow users a multi-platform world for designing and maintaining templates with collaboration in real time in Google Slides.  For Conga users, the new integration means more options on how you produce documents. The new APIs will allow documents to merge through Google Slides and Sheets vs. Microsoft office merge libraries.  For the first time, users can work outside of the Microsoft platform in a more dynamic and collaborative fashion.

Many of you have already engaged with Google through Conga Composer through our ability to export any document into Google formats or saving to Drive. This next level of integration allows users to collaborate within the Google suite of products on Google Drive, so developers can collaborate on templates together, in real time, and users can host their templates in Drive.

Watch this video to learn more about what’s possible with the new API integration between Conga and Google.

These integrations will launch within the coming months on Google’s side and our developers are excited to start integrations on our end. Stay tuned for news of availability at


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