MetaShare® is the given solution if you don’t want to spend valuable time searching through large amounts of documents. Just upload or create your documents and let our unique tagging system make sure that your documents get clearly structured right away.
Our user-friendly and filter-based navigation is a new way to find your documents more easily. Documents in MetaShare use metatags, which eliminate the old way of searching through many folders.
We call it multi-dimensional navigation. It allows for several ways to intuitively find your documents, but also to efficiently navigate across all documents in the file system.
With MetaShare’s innovative navigation system, your metatags become your search filters. By clicking on the different meta tags you have assigned to your documents, you create filters that rapidly and automatically help you find the documents you need.
In combination with the ability to create and collaborate in workspaces, this will remove the common frustration with document management, but also take advantage of your organization’s inherited knowledge.
MetaShare is very flexible and built to fit your organization’s established document structure and vocabulary. Switching to MetaShare is never hard since the users will recognize their current document structure and be able to gradually adopt all the new possibilities.
When creating a new document, MetaShare will provide you with intuitive template suggestions, such as a presentation, letters, or contracts, based on where you currently work in the system.
Co-authoring is easy for multiple users in all documents and from any location. All changes are automatically saved to MetaShare, to support document collaboration on your terms.
When working in a document, only the latest saved version will be displayed. This way, you avoid unnecessary copies and will always have access to the most recent work – though you can easily backtrack for earlier versions. This makes working with shared documents more efficient and saves time. It will help eliminate frustrations and instead ensure trust in the content of the documents.