Quick-edit policies

New feature for those who work with setting up Next®. 

Over the last few releases we have introduced a number of new possibilities editing documents directly from Next®. The original option was one-click edit of Word, Excel, and PowerPoint. Then came one-click edit of PDFs for editing and commenting documents in PDF. Most recently One-click edit of AutoCAD. And even One-click reply to email, is also a quick-edit feature. 

All of these features are either priced separately or come as part of an extension such as Next® Microsoft Office support, Next® PDF Archive option, and Next® Emails. If you do not have these options, you of course do not want your UI to be cluttered by icons and options that is related to these. Even if you have Next® PDF Archive option, you may not want everyone to be able to do in-document commenting on your contracts and invoices. 

The solution to this is Quick-edit policies.


Name:                 Reply to Emails 

Description:        Let's you reply to any email stored in Next®

Item types:         All x

Content types:   Emails x

Used by:             All x

Icon to use:        xxxxxx

Action:               Reply to email 

   

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Future enhancements

No enhancement planned.

For the techies

The content type, is a new grouping attribute added to MIME type configuration.

Commercial terms and conditions

This enhancement is available at no additional cost to everyone with active service plan for Next® Digital Workplace. 

Any consultancy assistance needed for implementation will be invoiced.

Disclaimer

Despite our best efforts, we may be forced to change both content and expected delivery of future product updates without notice.  


Details

Title:

Quick-edit policies

Type:

New feature

Status:

In planning

Release time:

Not yet allocated

Affected products:

Next® Bank Statements
Next® Contracts
Next® Emails
Next® Enterprise Archive
Next® ExCustody
Next® Invoices
Next® Mailroom
Next® Processes

Audience:

Admin
Specialist
End-user

Classification:

Public

Responsible product manager:

Kim Hellum

Updated:

2.11.2020

By:

Kim Hellum