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We’re in the process of updating the documentation for Zotero 5.0. Some documentation may be outdated in the meantime. Thanks for your understanding.

List of WebDAV services

This page contains a list of WebDAV services that provide a free plan that is known to work with Zotero. The limitations column lists the limitations in the free plan. All service providers offer also larger and less limited paid plans. The list is not exhaustive, the fact that some service provider is not listed does not mean that their service would not work.

This list is user generated and does not entail an endorsement of any service by Zotero. Zotero works with correctly specified WebDAV servers and provides only minimal support for problems with 3rd party WebDAV providers

Service Free space Limitations WebDAV URL Notes
4shared 15 GB Maximum file size 2 GB https://webdav.4shared.com/zotero (unofficial) Max 5,000 files per folder (=2,500 Zotero attachments)
Box 10 GB Maximum file size 250 MB https://dav.box.com/dav/zotero
CloudMe 3 GB Maximum file size 150 MB https://webdav.cloudme.com/{username}/xios/zotero
DriveOnWeb 3 GB https://storage.driveonweb.de/probdav/zotero The documentation is in German
Google Drive 3 GB https://dav-pocket.appspot.com/docso/zotero Requires a free account on DAV-pocket Lab
HiDrive 5 GB https://webdav.hidrive.strato.com/users/{username}/zotero
iDriveSync 10 GB https://dav.idrivesync.com/zotero Some users have had difficulties with this service and their documentation recommends against extensive use
Storegate 2 GB https://webdav1.storegate.com/{username}/home/{username}/zotero
Yandex Disk 10 GB https://webdav.yandex.ru/zotero The documentation is in Russian

Note: The “/zotero” part at the end of the WebDAV URL is added automatically by Zotero and should not be included when entering the WebDAV URL into Zotero preferences.

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kb/webdav_services.txt · Last modified: 2017/11/12 19:53 (external edit)