In the following steps you will add the Cloudfind Visualforce Page to specific Salesforce Page Layouts.
3. Add the Cloudfind Panel to Page Layouts
You now need to adjust one or more page layouts to include a Cloudfind frame, so that your new users will be able to see the Cloudfind user interface.
1. Under Setup, go to Customize, Accounts, Page Layouts.
2. Click Edit on the Page Layout that you want Cloudfind to appear on.
We recommend using the Accounts page to add Cloudfind to (in a minute you’ll repeat this part of the process for the Opportunities page layout).
3. Click Visualforce Pages.
4. Create a new Section by dragging and dropping it in a part of the page layout where you want the Cloudfind section to live.
Make sure it's a 1-Column Layout.
5. Drag the Cloudfind_Account element and drop it onto the Cloudfind section you previously created.
6. Click on the Properties wrench icon. (Make sure to select the Properties, not the Section’s Section Properties wrench just above it.)
7. Change the Height (in pixels) from 200 to 620.
This will ensure you have an optimal view of your cloud files, allowing you easy access to them from inside Cloudfind and Salesforce.
Cloudfind is now configured and the app frame should now appear whenever you’re viewing an Account or Opportunity.
In the next steps you will register with Cloudfind and then connect a cloud store to it, like Google Drive or Dropbox. After that, Cloudfind will start to automatically tag your files, ready for viewing and navigating from within Salesforce.
• Auto-tagging your Dropbox files