Here is the big news you were waiting for!!
Globodox version 9 is out !!
We are pleased to announce that we have released a new version for Globodox. The new version 9 is our biggest and most ambitious release in a long time with a whole bunch of exciting new features!
The full setup Globodox 9 – is now available to download!! An update setup to upgrade your existing installations will be available in a couple of days.
Here is a list of the big new features in version 9…
Globodox Drive appears like any other drive in Windows Explorer and the Windows File Open box. It allows you to access folders, tags, document types and stack types with ease without having start Globodox Desktop Client. This means that you can now easily open and view documents stored in Globodox from within any Windows application. It also simplifies the process of attaching documents to email messages you are sending MS Outlook or Web based email services such as GMail or Yahoo mail.
The Globodox Printer allows you to print a document from any Windows application and automatically add the printed document as a searchable PDF file in Globodox. Need to store the receipt of an online purchase you just made? Simply print the receipt to the Globodox Printer and it is stored in Globodox and categorized for you right away!
In the Scan Window, you can choose a folder instead of a scanner as the source of scanned images. GLOBODOX will treat these images as if they were received via a scanner and will let you perform additional powerful features such as bar coded separator page detection, combining pages into PDF files and assigning Document Types, Stack Types and Tags.
Capture Folders provide a quick and easy way to add documents to Globodox while also categorizing/indexing them.
Capture Folders are folders which Globodox monitors for new files. Each capture folder is linked to a Destination Profile in Globodox. Whenever Globodox finds a new file in a capture folder it is monitoring, it adds that file to the Globodox DB specified in the Destination Profile along with any indexing information specified in the Destination Profile.