I have basic HTML content that I would like transposed to a Google docs (H1, H2, ul and li, etc) - as I am doint it now, it keeps the html format without executing it, which is expected.
I was wondering what would be the best way to do that?
Just to make sure we’re clear on what you’re looking for - are you looking to use n8n to create a Google doc using HTML, or from uploading a HTML file to Google Drive? Can you go into a little bit more detail about what you’re doing?
Sorry, I wasn’t so clear.
My current workflow (real life work flow I mean) is that I create HTML documents with tags like h1, ul, li, table that I output in my navigator, and then copy and pasting in a Google Docs to keep a nice formatting of the text, and send to the client.
I was expecting to be able to do that (HTML output formatting to G docs) to have nice documents with title, bold, italics, header and everything else that actually works when I copy and paste text.
(and if it’s not possible with docs, is there an alternative to present something nicely formated to my client, form an html source)
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