The Docs feature allows you to upload and manage files you want to make available to app users in the field. Using Docs allows you to replace paper documents carried around by your workers, with digital versions that are always available to them.

If you need to make changes to your files, our publishing process automatically distributes those changes to app users. This means your workers will always have the latest Docs at their fingertips, no matter where they are.

We first designed Docs to handle documentation files like standard operating procedures and manuals. We soon discovered that being able to upload files types like video and audio is also useful. The name Docs stuck, but the functionality has expanded to allow pretty much any kind of file to be managed. 

When opening a Doc on the app, the mobile operating system will launch the file with whatever default reader is available for the file type. If none exists, the app will display an error message to the user.
The files you upload must be supported on your mobile workers’ devices. 

PDF,  Word and common formats for videos and images should work on devices without any other apps required.

We store Doc files securely and use geo-replicated backups to ensure that your files are kept safe. We have a generous storage allowance. Docs provides you with a simple way to keep your Doc files always available and safely backed up.

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