Update: You can now link your favorite cloud services with Backlog!

If you’re a user of Google Drive, Dropbox, Box, or Microsoft OneDrive, we have exciting news for you! With Backlog’s latest release, you can now seamlessly link files from these popular cloud services to your Backlog issues.

Linking files from these hosting services to your tasks is as simple as a few clicks. No more jumping between platforms or endless file hunting — you can access all of your essential files right within the platform.

All your files in one place

With Backlog’s new file integration capability, you can finally centralize all your documents, spreadsheets, images, and more in one convenient hub. Whether it’s an urgent report, an inspiring design, or critical data, you can now access this easily without leaving Backlog.

File integration screenshot

How to integrate your cloud service with Backlog 

There are three main ways to link files from hosting services to your Backlog Issue:

  1. The editor’s toolbar: While inputting a comment or updating Issue details, the editor’s toolbar now offers direct links to your files from Google Drive, Dropbox, Box, and Microsoft OneDrive
  2. The “more” button: On the Issue details page, spot the “・・・more” button at the top right corner. By clicking through, you will find a link to connect your cloud files!
  3. Shared Files tab: Under Issue details, you’ll find the Shared Files tab. Click on this, and you’ll be able to link to your files in your favorite cloud service.


For more details about Backlog’s shared files functionality, head to our Help Center for expert guides, insightful tutorials, and top-notch best practices.

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