Have you ever installed new software on your computer only to find that you need to ‘learn’ the software’s requirements rather than the other way around? Thankfully with Sohodox, that is not the case.
One of the major benefits of using Sohodox is that you can import the entire folder structure that exists on your system or LAN and retain it in Sohodox. In fact, if Sohodox did not allow retaining your existing folder structure, you would then have to import documents to Sohodox and manually create folders and sub folders within Sohodox; and then move your documents to the respective folders. This would be quite time consuming. What is the purpose of having labor saving software if you need to manually configure it so it meets your small office’s needs? That is not the case with Sohodox though. Look at the example below…
Let’s say you have a master folder titled ‘Invoices’, which contains sub folders down to several levels. Your folder path could look something like this:
Invoices –> Vendors –> XYZ Inc. –> 2010 –> June
With a simple drag and drop action, you can import this folder structure. That means all your folders along with their sub folders and documents get imported into Sohodox. So get ready to manage your folders using Sohodox!
View these videos and learn how you can work with folders using Sohodox.
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