Welcome to the May Customer Update

Edward Patterson - 18 May 2018

In this update, we're excited to talk about the arrival of our latest feature, Download a a Permission, our first UK Connect User Group and share content that talks about how to safely share sensitive content in the age of GDPR.





Here now - Download as a Permission

Recently we released our latest new feature, Download as a Permission.
It's always a special day in the Connect team when we deliver a feature our customers have been asking for; that we know is going to improve how they securely collaborate with external parties.  

In case you missed it - we published a blog that contains additional resources such as downloadable content and a short 10 minute webinar recording that takes you through this new feature. Check it out here

Coming soon - The first Connect User Group 

The very first Connect UK User Group is on June 6th and we'd love to see you there!  Hosted by visiting Global Product Manager Chris Britton, this is your opportunity to network, hear how your peers are using Connect and provide input into new product features. 

We have speakers from Scottish Government, Glasgow City Council and Middlesbrough Council. Head to our website for the agenda and register.

Handy tips and tricks - don't forget the filter button!

Did you know that you can filter your documents by name, the last time a document was modified or even by size?
Find the documents you need faster by using the filter button. Alternatively, you use the Grid View in Connect that shows thumbnails of the first page of documents for identify documents by sight.

Get access to the documents you need even quicker by using the filter button (or use the grid view to see thumbnails for even more clarity). Don't forget to bookmark help.objectiveconnect.com as it's a great one-stop-shop for all your Connect questions and resources


Is your agency ready for GDPR?

Later this month GDPR comes into effect. We've put together this Executive Brief for anyone requires secure, external collaboration but is concerned for how GDPR may impact their current
processes.
 






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