Organizing in DocuWare is a lot like everywhere else, whether it’s your kitchen, toolbox or desk: once things are cleaned up, it’s a whole lot easier to find what you are looking for. So when a misspelled company name is supplied as as an index term, related documents certainly won’t be easy to find. Making corrections along the way are certainly worthwhile to make...and quickly handled.
For stored email, a date is often used as a search term. But what happens if several similar emails are received in a day, as in a quick exchange about the same topic? Previously, you had to open several messages to track their chronological sequence and find the correct mail. But thanks to the new index entry "Date with Time", a quicker path to success is ensured. And another new field brings you even more advantages.
Here’s a common feature in Windows Explorer: Click on a PDF and by default Acrobat Reader will open. If you’d like to work with the PDF, you can use the context menu and click on "Open with" to choose a program to further edit the document. But did you know that this handy feature is available to you in DocuWare Windows Explorer Client too?
Too many cooks in the kitchen...can also be a recipe for disaster when it comes to documents. When lots of colleagues edit, annotate and store documents at the same time – locally or in different spots – it’s easy for chaos to break out. Luckily we’ve got different tools than the average kitchen to keep documents straight! All while giving everyone the access they need to get the work done.
The development of mobile apps is a tradition at DocuWare that goes back to 2011 with the release of a first smartphone app that allowed you to view, edit and stamp archived documents. This was followed by PaperScan, DocuWare Mobile II and DocuWare Hub, all apps for mobile document management. Now the third generation of DocuWare Mobile is hitting stores. With this completely retooled app, you can be a part of document-based workflows right on your smartphone.