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Here is how you sign up and become a user.
After clicking on Get Started our homepage, you will be directed to a page where you can create your Correlate account. This can be done either with “automatic” sign in via Google or Microsoft, or you sign in with an email address and a password after your choice.

Signing up via Google or Microsoft.

 

Click on Sign in with Google or Microsoft and choose an account to sign in with.
The final step of your registration is to connect at least one of your cloud drive accounts. This can be your Dropbox, Google Drive or One Drive accounts.  This is necessary as it allows you to do some pretty neat thing, like upload files from your could service by simple dragging them from your online service into Correlate. Your first integrated cloud drive will serve as your default datasource in Correlate
So choose an account and permit Correlate to have access to that service you choose. This means that you can work with files in that service directly from Correlate.  You can connect as many cloud services as you want.
You are now ready to start to work with Correlate, and we welcome you 🙂
After you click on “Get started” a tutorial of five screens will appear.  You can skip this by clicking on “Skip”, and go directly to the app.

Sign up with email address and password.

If you choose to sign up by using an email address and password, you need to fill in the respective information.
After submitting your email address, you’ll receive an email from us that we use to confirm your registration. Open it and click on “complete your registration”
Verify your email address and join Correlate.
The final step of your registration is to connect at least one of your cloud drive accounts. This can be your Dropbox, Google Drive or OneDrive accounts. This is necessary as it allows you to do some pretty neat things, like upload things to your cloud drives by simply dragging files from your hard drive into Correlate. Your first integrated cloud drive will serve as your default datasource. You can read more here.

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