The latest version of the iOS app allows users to copy a direct link to a file or folder. The app also checks to see if files are locked for editing by another user before opening the files into a 3rd-party app.
Install the Auto Photo Uploader widget to your home screen so that you can easily take photos and store them directly in Egnyte. You can also access the direct link for folders so that you can easily share them with colleagues who already have permission to the folder. Learn more
The Folder Size and Folder Permissions report are now both accessible to power users with roles that allow for running reports. The Folder Size report has also been improved to allow for reporting on up to 100k subfolders.
This update includes a complete redesign of the Desktop App look and feel with a list of recently uploaded files and easier way to see and fix upload errors. The release also includes remote wipe, device entitlement, an advanced view for Turbo details, and richer mass installation tools. Learn more.
Export out a list of all of the permissions set on a specific folder or for your entire Egnyte account. You can optionally expand group permissions to users so that you can get a full picture of which users have access. Learn more about the Folder Permissions Report.
This version of the desktop app has a new indicator for progress, a list of skipped files, and an updated offline folders screen. You can also perform tasks like editing docs in Office Online and requesting e-signatures directly from the Desktop App. Learn More
Secure sensitive folders by disabling folder permission inheritance. Once you disable inheritance for a sensitive folder, changes to permissions in parent folders won’t affect that particular folder, keeping the data secure. Learn more about Non-Inherited Permissions.
WebEdit and 3rd party integrations like Microsoft Office Online are now grouped together in an "Open In" menu. Sharing links and sharing with 3rd party integrations are also grouped together in a "Share" menu.