Note: You need to create a separate Client ID for your Google API account. You can use the same Client ID for Google Analytics, Google Webmaster and Google Page Speed.
To use Google Drive as a backup repository, you have to connect your InfiniteWP admin panel with your Google Drive
Step 1: Go to your Google Developers Console
Step 2: Click the [ Create Project ] button.
Note: If you have created a project before for InfiniteWP, make sure you select that project and skip step 3.
Step 3: Enter a project name e.g. InfiniteWP, click on the [ Create ] button.
Step 4: Select the created project.
Step 5: Click the APIs menu found under the [ APIs & auth ] on the left of your screen. You should then click the the [ Drive API ] link found under the Google Apps APIs menu.
Step 6: Click the [ Enable API ] button.
Step 7: In this step, you should first click the [ Credentials ] link found under the APIs & auth menu. After this, click the [ Add credentials ] button and then select the 0Auth 2.0 client ID from the dropdown list.
Step 8: Now select the [ Web application ] option and enter a Name for your new Client ID. (You can enter any name of your choice).
Step 10: Open your Google Developers console.
Step 11: Now copy and paste your [ client ID ] and your [ client secret ] into the respective fields in the panel.
Step 12: After pasting these details, click the [ Save Changes ] button.
CONNECTING YOUR GOOGLE DRIVE ACCOUNT
After connecting the Google Drive API, you have to connect your Google Drive account.
Step 1: Click the [ Connect your Google Drive account ] button.
Step 2: Click [ Allow ] button.
Step 3: Get back to the IWP panel and click on the [ Yes, I have connected my account ] button.