MetaShare

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MetaShare
MetaShare logo.png
Developer(s)Ways Sweden AB
Initial release2010; 11 years ago (2010)
Stable release
20171127 / November 27, 2017; 4 years ago (2017-11-27)
Engine
    Available inEnglish, Swedish
    TypeContent Management Systems
    LicenseProprietary software
    Other editions: Trialware
    Websitewww.metashare.com

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    MetaShare is a web-based, document management system app that runs on Microsoft Office 365.[1] MetaShare was first launched in 2010 and is primarily used as a document management system enhancement. The main purpose of MetaShare is to give structure to, and ease navigation thru, large amount of information.[2] MetaShare uses a subscription payment model and requires a Microsoft Office 365 subscription as well.

    MetaShare is an internationally registered trademark owned by Ways Sweden AB.[3]

    Editions[edit]

    There are various different editions of MetaShare:

    MetaShare Essentials[edit]

    Major features:

    • Document versioning
    • Upload and auto-tag multiple documents
    • Filter documents multidimensional

    MetaShare Premium[edit]

    Major features:

    Same as in MetaShare Essentials plus:

    • Multiple workspaces
    • Create and auto-tag documents
    • Document approval workflow
    • Save from Outlook

    MetaShare Tailor-made[edit]

    Major features:

    Same as in MetaShare Premium plus:

    • Integration with other applications
    • Custom workflows
    • Customized GUI

    MetaShare Server 4.2[edit]

    An on-prem solution equivalent with MetaShare Tailor-made.

    Migration Manager for Office 365[edit]

    MigrationManager for Office 365 logo.svg

    Migration Manager operates both with and without MetaShare. It imports documents from a source to Microsoft OneDrive and SharePoint in Office 365. The source can for instance be a file server, Dropbox, Google Drive, iCloud, previous versions of Microsoft SharePoint or a local hard drive. Migration Manager preserve file properties while the folder names converts to a metadata structure.

    References[edit]

    1. "MetaShare Document Management App Runs on Office 365". MSDN.
    2. "Office 365 SharePoint Document Management and Collaboration Enhanced with Less Dev Time". Microsoft.
    3. "TMView Trademark database".

    External links[edit]

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