DocHub offers a variety of ways to upload PDFs and other files to edit, sign, and share from your computer, Google Drive, Gmail, OneDrive, Dropbox, Box, and more. You can choose from the following upload methods:
You can also create a blank document from scratch without even uploading a file by going to https://dochub.com/new and click on the button to Create Blank Document.
Note: Your file must be under 30 MB and less than 1,000 pages.
Uploading files directly in DocHub
Drag/Drop or Browse & Choose files from your computer or any mounted external or network drives:
These open a dialog window to login to Google Drive, Dropbox, OneDrive, or Box and browse files for import:
Enter the URL for a document that is published to the web. (Note: you can also do this in a web browser when viewing a PDF file via our Chrome Extension):
Document Privacy, Type, & Destination
You'll also see drop-down menus for Privacy, Type, and Owner (a.k.a. destination) which by default will be set to a Private, regular document owned by your individual user. See these articles for more information about these settings:
Uploading documents to your organization
An organization has its own, dedicated upload page for documents that you want members to access. For more info, see: Uploading documents directly to your organization instead of your individual account.
If you've already uploaded the file to your individual DocHub account, you move it over to your organization by simply changing the Owner. See this article Transfer documents between your account and organization.
Opening files from Google Drive
You can connect DocHub to your Google Drive where you can simply double-click a file to open it in DocHub or right-click and choose Open With > DocHub. See these articles for more info:
Opening files from Gmail
Once DocHub is connected to your Google Drive, your email attachments in Gmail can be opened with DocHub app by previewing the attachment and click on Open With > DocHub, or any PDF attachments can be opened with DocHub's Chrome Extension. See these articles:
Opening a PDF from a web address
If you are browsing the web and open a PDF to view in your web browser, you can use DocHub's Chrome Extension to open it in DocHub. This will create a copy of it in your account.