This release improves stability and fixes issues with exporting images to Google.
This patch addresses minor issues with Unlink, bullet lists, and change tracking.
This release adds support for just-released InDesign CC 2017, improves drag’n’drop, and addresses a few issues with exporting.
This release fixes Export and Unlink and includes a number of stability improvements.
This release includes fixes that improve the quality and stability of updates.
This release includes fixes for a few crash issues and addresses a problem with the Unlink menu.
This patch provides fixes for problems with placing and updating documents.
This quick release fixes an issue with DocsFlow’s Place dialog.
This release fixes a PDF export conflict and includes a number of internal improvements to make DocsFlow link management more efficient and responsive.
This release improves support for embedded images, broadens our definition of “empty paragraph,” and addresses issues with updating and exporting stories.
This release adds an Update Linked Google Docs Document option to the main menu and fixes a few problems including an uncommon-but-obnoxious application freeze.
This release officially introduces our custom installers, adds import control for cell insets, and fixes minor issues with licensing and export.
This release adds support for just-released InDesign CC 2015 and abandons Extension Manager CC in favor of, for now, a manual installation procedure (see below).
This patch release addresses a problem with yesterday’s 2.5 release that was causing successful sign-ins to be ignored.
This release adds picture export, updates the Sign In to Google Docs process, and includes a number of other improvements and fixes.
This release mainly addresses issues with anchored, linked items causing damage to the parent story’s DocsFlow connection.
This quick release deals with a recent Google Drive change that was preventing drag’n’drop from working.
With this release we’re introducing a new, fully functional, Pro-product trial mode with a 15-day evaluation period (details below). This release also includes improvements for text updating and exporting.
This release improves compatibility with OS X 10.10 (Yosemite) and fixes problems with the Place dialog and with table updating.
This release fixes an incompatibility with the just-released InDesign CC 2014.1 update, changes how documents are displayed in DocsFlow’s Place dialog, and includes minor fixes for document updating.
This maintenance release adapts to recent Google service changes and addresses problems with drag’n’drop and sheets.
This patch release addresses an issue with the recently-introduced story status indicator on the DocsFlow link icon.
This release mainly adds support for back-saving to previous versions of InDesign, but also addresses a few minor issues.
This quick release fixes a build problem with the CC 2014 Windows plug-in and improves update behavior in low memory conditions.
This release adds compatibility with InDesign CC 2014 along with a few fixes.
This dot-release improves ODF support, adds support for exporting InDesign’s various story breaks, and improves overall stability.
This DocsFlow patch corrects a plug-in packaging problem.
This DocsFlow quick release fixes an issue with links to placed GDrive documents and also story export.
This DocsFlow quick release fixes minor issues with updating and exporting.
This patch release resolves several problems with exporting stories and with updating a story’s associated Google Docs document.
This patch release addresses issues with updating Google Docs documents from Adobe InDesign (via Update Original) and improves the quality and general stability of updating.
This release adds support for InDesign CC and includes improvements to product stability and usability.
It’s with a great sigh of relief that, after nearly half a year of substantial internal re-engineering and intense development, we today release DocsFlow 2.0, the much anticipated follow-up to our acclaimed Google Docs connector plug-in. DocsFlow 2.0 offers many customer-driven improvements and new features. The new Pro level gives you full export to Google Docs, and full updating, where you can push-merge your changes from InDesign back into your linked Google Docs document, along with spreadsheet support.
You can purchase both Pro and non-Pro licenses or download the plug-in from the “DocsFlow for InDesign” sidebar, which appears here, on the product page, on the user guide page, and on any related news items.
As a thank-you to our early adopters, all of the licenses we’ve issued prior to this release have been Pro licenses. By updating to this release, those of you who have already purchased a license will instantly gain all of this version’s Pro capabilities (mainly story export and two-way updating).
This patch release of DocsFlow resolves a conflict with our WordsFlow product and adds quality and stability improvements for InDesign story updating.
This release of DocsFlow introduces major improvements to table handling and improves the overall quality of the merge process.
We’re happy to announce DocsFlow 1.5, which adds support for Google Drive files, improves the drag’n’drop workflow, converts page breaks to InDesign frame breaks, and enhances the quality of story updating.
This patch release addresses a loss-of-connection issue and includes several improvements for updating from Google Docs.
This release supports placing public documents even when not in the user’s account, and fixes a slew of minor bugs.
This patch release addresses Mac OS X 10.7 & 10.8 installation issues and improves link handling.
This patch release fixes spreadsheet imports and addresses styling issues.
This patch release addresses a problem with loss of styling.
This patch release improves document updating.
This patch release fixes problems with style mapping and with deleted documents being displayed in the Place dialog.
This release of DocsFlow adds support for Adobe InDesign CS6, adds links for images, and includes many improvements to importing and updating.
We just posted DocsFlow 1.4, in which we made further improvements to placing and managing large numbers of Google Docs documents, improved usability, added an option for secure, browser-based sign-ins, and fixed a few gremlins.
This patch release makes staying signed in while working with documents containing many GDocs document links much more possible, and also addresses problems with mis-mapped styles, paragraph spacing and dates in spreadsheets.
We just released DocsFlow 1.3, which includes several new usability features, substantial performance improvements, and a handful of bug fixes.
This patch release fixes crash issues with using Edit Original and displaying the Place Google Docs Documents dialog.
This minor update addresses an incompatibility with DocsFlow 6.1.2 for InDesign CS4 and some Windows 7 installations. If you’ve experienced problems signing in to your Google Docs account with the initial DocsFlow 6.1.2 release, please remove DocsFlow from your Plug-Ins folder and then download and install this 6.1.2 re-release.
We apologize for the inconvenience of these extra steps and hope that you find DocsFlow to be a valuable addition to your Google Docs workflow.
We’re very pleased to announce DocsFlow 1.2, which adds support for spreadsheets, drag-and-drop and a host of other improvements resulting from many hours of production use by our expanding community of DocsFlow users.
We’re pleased to announce DocsFlow 7.1, which, along with general fixes and improvements, adds several new features including full tables support and footnote styling.
We’re also very pleased to announce DocsFlow 6.1 for Adobe InDesign CS4, available immediately (see DocsFlow for InDesign CS4 sidebar).
We’re thrilled to announce that, after almost exactly two years of development, and several months of intense beta testing, we’ve released the first version of DocsFlow (7.0) for InDesign CS5 and CS5.5. DocsFlow is a plugin that connects Google Docs to InDesign, for a breakthrough in affordable collaborative publishing.