|Using a Jive Community / Getting More Out of Groups|
If your administrator has connected your community with an external storage provider such as Box, SharePoint, or Google Drive, you can take advantage of file storage and synchronization for groups where this is enabled.
When you create a group, you may have the option to connect it to a different storage provider than the default configured when your community was set up. (Typically, the default is a binary storage archive on a server that's part of your Jive installation.) Using external file storage means that when a user uploads a document, it's stored with a third-party file storage service instead of directly in Jive. Files can then be automatically synchronized in both directions, which means you can add or update them from either side. If the storage provider has comment functionality, comments are also synchronized with comments in the group.