You can connect your site’s folder to Blot with Google Drive, a file hosting service available on most platforms. You can switch your site seamlessly to another client at any point.
Yes. Due to the design of Google Drive’s API, Blot cannot request access to a single folder. However, we promise to only access your site’s folder and you can review the code responsible.
One workaround is to create a second Google Drive account to use as an airlock between your real Google Drive account and Blot. You would connect Blot to your second Google Drive account then share your site’s folder using Google Drive with your real Google Drive account.
There are a number of text-editing apps for phones and tablets which integrate beautifully with Google Drive.
Google Drive’s traffic limits do not apply because Blot hosts the contents of your folder on its own server.
You can create more than one site using Google Drive. When you add a second site, Blot creates a second folder for the new site.
You can switch seamlessly from Google Drive to another client at any point: