eDiscovery and Preservation for Quip

Salesforce’s Quip is a popular document collaboration and chat app enhancing the workflows for global businesses and startups alike.

Onna is the only platform to natively collect and preserve data from Quip and Quip Enterprise. By integrating with Quip’s APIs, Onna extracts all related data and metadata from user and enterprise accounts and tracks changes happening in Quip for a complete archive.

Using Onna with Quip

Collect, process, preserve and search across your Quip data in real-time. 

Quip is a document creation and collaboration tool for teams. It combines chat, documents, task lists, and spreadsheets in one app. By integrating with both Quip’s Automation (standard) and Enterprise APIs, Onna lets you collect and preserve all available data and metadata from enterprise and user accounts in a defensible and scalable way. Audit logs of all collections and processing activity are included for defensibility.

All collected data, including images, is immediately processed, indexed, and OCR’d, rendering a fully searchable environment of your Quip data. Responsive data can be exported and uploaded to your existing eDiscovery workflows and review platforms for a seamless experience.

Main Features

API Based Collections

By connecting with Quip’s APIs, Onna collects all available data and metadata, as well as the native file attachments, on both a user and enterprise level.

Data Preservation and Archiving

Preserve and hold Quip data from individual users or groups within Onna. In addition to Quip and Quip Enterprise, Onna offers preservation across all its integrations.

eDiscovery Exports

Export relevant Quip data in a custom load file ready to be uploaded onto any review platform for further assessment. Exports include the natives and metadata.

How to Collect from Quip with Onna

Quip (user-level) Integration Features

What is collected?

All files available through Quip’s Automation API are synced, including, but not limited to:

  • All accessible documents from a user account – public folders and private documents
  • To-do lists
  • Spreadsheets
  • Metadata fields, including created on, expanded users, and updated on
  • Comments made on files
  • Chats

What are your sync modes?

We currently support two syncing modes – one-time sync and archive.

  • One-time sync collects data during a certain time range or up until the date the source was added. This is great for one-time eDiscovery collections.
  • Archive means that Onna will perform a full sync first and will continuously add any new files generated at the data source. The sync type does not delete files deleted or edited from Quip, ensuring you always maintain a preserved and archived copy of your Quip data on Onna.

Quip Enterprise Integration Features

To collect from Quip Enterprise, you will need access to a Quip admin account.

What is collected?

All files available through the Enterprise API are synced, including, but not limited to:

  • All accessible documents from an Enterprise account – public folders and private documents
  • To-do lists
  • Spreadsheets
  • Metadata fields, including created on, expanded users, and updated on
  • Comments made on files
  • Chats

Onna’s sync modes

We currently support one syncing mode – one-time sync.

  • One-time sync collects data during a certain time range or up until the date the source was added. This is great for one-time eDiscovery collections.

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Frequently Asked Questions

How is Onna deployed?

Onna can be deployed as a SaaS product or in your private cloud. We also integrate with SAML & SSO services, like Okta, GSuite or Active Directory.

Do I need any special permissions to collect from Quip Enterprise with Onna?

Yes, you will need access to Onna’s admin panel and Quip’s admin account, as well as the “Client ID” and “Client secret'” fields, which you should have access to as a Quip admin. You also need to be signed into Quip on your browser with the user that you are using for the collection.

For the user-level Quip integration, you will need a regular user token, which you may generate when adding the source on Onna.

How is Quip data rendered on Onna?

All Quip pages are rendered in HTML format and attachments in their native format. 

How does Onna work?

Onna connects directly with each source’s API to extract all available metadata and data. After the connection is made, data begins syncing and undergoes a layer of processing and OCRing, rendering a searchable and indexed repository of your data. You can begin searching immediately within Onna or export the relevant files onto a review platform.

How much is Onna?

We offer both usage-based or per user pricing to scale up or down as needed.

Can I collect Quip's document history?

Quip’s API only deals with the content of the documents themselves, They do not offer the ability to collect document history. 

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