MetaVis Feature of the Day: File Upload to SharePoint for End Users

MetaVis Information Manager Enterprise User Edition is a tool embedded right into SharePoint library ribbon toolbar available for all SharePoint farm users with a certain permission level. Click on the toolbar button leads to a simple wizard that allows to select files from the file system to upload. Second page of the wizard is a properties editing screen similar to the one that appears when editing item properties. This screen allows to define values for uploaded files fields or copy them from the file properties (created, modified dates and users, folder names, etc). At the end, the wizard uploads selected files and folders to SharePoint library, assigned field values specified on the upload wizard, optionally preserves files original authorship and retention data, checks in the files if necessary and reports errors and deviations if any.

MetaVis Information Manager Enterprise User Edition is a powerful tool to organize company wide move from traditional file shared to SharePoint. In addition to this, MetaVis Information Manager Enterprise User Edition could be utilized as an integral part of organization workflows involving periodic massive upload of content to SharePoint locations. MetaVis Information Manager Enterprise User Edition could be used in combination with native SharePoint Content Organizer rules integrating with broader content governance activities.

Major benefits of MetaVis Information Manager Enterprise User Edition include its easy deployment for multiple users of the organization and simplicity to train users to use it because of its nature of being a native SharePoint solution.

Please visit http://www.metavistech.com/product/information-mgr-enterprise for more information about MetaVis Information Manager Enterprise User Edition.

 

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