Document Management is now Simplified
AvenDATA’s ViewBox provides documentation functionality (Documentation Library). This functionality enables our clients to securely manage and share their documents within the organization, based on rights, system, language, and permission.
The users with Admin rights can upload different types of documents, like zip, doc, jpeg, pdf, csv, etc. Admin can also restrict the visibility of the documents based on the selected permissions. The standard users will not be able to upload the documents but can preview or download the shared documents.
The documentation library allows sharing of documents with the admins. But the standard users require permissions for sharing of documents. Features like search, pagination, and nested folder structure makes the document filtering process easy to use with the relevance appreciated by the client.
Moreover, the files are managed based on languages. There is a provision to bulk upload the documents for easy uploading of documents. An Admin can upload around 10 documents at a given time. The only restriction is on the file size. The file size for each document should be less than or equal to 100 MB.
A review option is also available but only for the PDF files. The users can preview all the PDF files in the ViewBox itself. The download option is available for all the other documents. Admin users can also remove the document at any time. To do so, they must go to the documentation dashboard and authenticate themselves. After the verification, the admin users can delete the uploaded files and can also upload the new files from the dashboard.
On the dashboard, an Admin can also view the details of the files like permission type, language, upload date, time, rights, etc. The standard users will not be able to see the documentation functionality, if no document is shared with them. In such a case, the document section will not be visible. But the documentation function will always be visible and accessible for the admins.
To give a brief about the tree structure documentation, there is a two-level hierarchy system. On the first level, there will be folders and on the second level there will be sub-folders. While uploading the documents, the users will have to create a new folder or choose from the existing folder. Then, the user can select from the existing sub-folder of the selected folder. This can be done only if the sub-folders are available else the user needs to create new sub-folders.
After selecting or creating folders and subfolders, the admin can select the permissions, rights, and files. The users can upload 10 files at a time. After selecting the files, the documents get stored and based on the permission, rights will be visible to all the other users.
The standard users will only have the rights of viewing and downloading the uploaded files and that too if the files are shared with the specific user. Apart from that, there is no provision wherein the standard users can access any other functionality of the documentation library.