Create a Wok that is either connected to a folder in your Dropbox, Google Drive, Box.com account or other cloud storage accounts that are supported by CloudWok. You will be receiving files in this folder.
After you have created a Wok, you get a URL to an upload website, such as this: https://www.cloudwok.com/u/AneJ. The last four letters are your "wok ID" (in this example: AneJ). If you use an alias name, you also find the wok id in the "Overview" menu tab of your wok.
Use your wok ID the Widget Configurator below to generate your personalized HTML code and copy it into the source code of your website or Wordpress blog post.
You can embed the CloudWok upload widget into your own website or WordPress blog. The widget can be embedded into any website by copy and paste of the HTML code into the source code of your website. If you have a WordPress blog, you can install the CloudWok WordPress plugin and paste the WordPress code into blog posts and pages. There are plenty of customization options which you can try out and preview with the widget configurator below. The configurator generates HTML code and WordPress code according to your customization requirements.
Before you create your first CloudWok, we need permission to create a folder and place uploaded files into your Cloud. Therefore, on the next screen you will be asked to agree with the relevant permissions.
2. Complete your Account
Ready to Share your First CloudWok
You are all set up to create your first CloudWok. Share your CloudWok and receive files from everyone with whom you have shared the CloudWok link.
Dropbox App Folder
The target folder will be placed under /Apps/CloudWok/. CloudWok can only add new and list existing files in that folder.