Google drive option missing from backup destinations menu, and not remembering my passwords


I'm sorry if this is not the right place to get help, but I am having two issues with Deja-Dup right now and I'm having trouble finding answers.

First issue: I'm using Deja-Dup to back up my laptop (with fully updated Manjaro KDE) to my Nextcloud server daily. However, even when I check the box to remember my passwords (one to log in to my server, one to encrypt the backups), it doesn't remember either of them, so I have to enter my server username and two passwords every day. Is this possible to fix, or will I have to set it to back up weekly because it is extremely annoying to look for the popup and then enter two passwords.

Second issue: Due to reliability issues, I'd also like to switch my server to Deja-Dup from Duplicati. My server is a raspberry pi 3 B+ running the latest raspbian. My high school provides infinite free storage for my Google Drive, so I'd like to use that as the backup destination. (I've got hundreds of gigs of encrypted backups in there and nobody has complained so far, so I'm going to continue.) Most tutorials say that Deja-Dup can back up to Google Drive, and Deja-Dup on my laptop gives me the option to do so, but my server does not. My options are Amazon S3, Google Cloud Storage, Rackspace Cloud Files, FTP, SSH, WebDav, Windows share, Custom location, and local folder. Can I use the "Google Cloud Storage" option to get to Google Drive? I am assuming that I can't because Google has a separate service called Google Cloud Storage, but it doesn't hurt to ask. Is there any reason why Google Drive would be missing from the menu?

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