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Requirements to Use Pilot
Requirements to Use Pilot

Check out what you need to have in place to use Pilot

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Written by Spencer Ririe
Updated over a week ago

First things first: welcome to Pilot!

If you’re just getting started, read this article to find out how to set yourself up for success and make your Pilot integration as smooth as possible.

💡 Pilot is constantly evolving. New features are being worked on as you read this, so keep an eye out for updates!

Your Google account

Pilot is a tool that helps you visualize and organize your Google Drive and everything inside it: folders, documents, spreadsheets, slides, PDFs, and even direct links.

To use Pilot, you’ll need a Google account. You can use a personal account, or an account linked to a corporate Google Workspace.

Documents must be in your Google drive to be accessed through Pilot. If you have any non-Google documents that you want to add to Pilot, simply transfer them into your Google drive before creating your wiki.

Creating a Google account

If you don’t already have a Google account, you can create one here.

Every Google account comes with a Google Drive, a cloud-based storage space where you can create, organize, and share files. Learn more about Google Drive here.

Browser compatibility

To get the best experience with Pilot, we recommend using the latest version of either:

  • Google Chrome

  • Safari

Pilot's features are constantly being tested on both these browsers. While Pilot may work on other browsers such as Firefox and Edge, we currently can’t guarantee that they will provide the best user experience. Our product team has this in mind, and improved compatibility for other browsers is on our roadmap!

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