This is a starter guide for new users to get Kami up and running. We’re going to install and set up Kami with two easy steps:

  1. Download Kami’s browser extension.

  2. Connect Kami to Google Drive or OneDrive.

How to download Kami's browser extension

Kami has a browser extension available for Google Chrome and Microsoft Edge.

For Google Chrome users:

  1. Go to the Chrome Web Store.

  2. Search for Kami.

  3. Select Kami for Google Chrome.

  4. Click Add to Chrome.

  5. Pin the extension to your browser for easy access (optional).

For Microsoft Edge users:

To install the Microsoft Edge browser extension:

  1. In Microsoft Edge, go to Microsoft Edge Add-ons.

  2. Search for Kami.

  3. Click Get.

  4. Select Show in toolbar for easy access (optional).

Read the full article for installing the Microsoft Edge browser extension here.

How to connect Kami to Google Drive or OneDrive

Connecting Google Drive to Kami

  1. Log in or sign up to Kami using your Gmail account.

  2. Open Google Drive by going to drive.google.com

  3. Right-click on a PDF file

  4. Hover the cursor over Open with.

  5. Select Connect more apps.

  6. Search for Kami, then select Connect.

You can now use Open with to open files directly from Google Drive into Kami.

How to automatically save your Kami documents in Google Drive

  1. Open a document in Kami.

  2. Select Save in the Menubar.

  3. Select Upload under Google Drive.

  4. When you see this pop-up, your documents are saved in your Kami Uploads folder that’s been created for you in Google Drive.

Connecting OneDrive to Kami

  1. Log in or sign up to Kami using your Microsoft email account.

  2. Open a document in Kami.

  3. Click Save in the menubar.

  4. Select Upload for OneDrive.

  5. Follow the prompts, once you see this pop-up under save, your work is being saved automatically to OneDrive.


Next Steps:

Now that you have your Kami extension installed, check out this guide on how to get your students set up with Kami.

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