By using our free MDO SDK tool you can easily transfer your MYDOCSONLINE files into your Dropbox account.
It’s as simple as copying a MYDOCSONLINE folder to your local Dropbox folder, which in turn causes Dropbox to copy your files to the Dropbox cloud.
A MYDOCSONLINE Support Team Member writes the SDK configuration script for you. Next, you install it on your PC. You may run it manually or automate it with Windows Scheduler to run daily. It’s that easy!
We won’t need any Dropbox credentials (ID and password) because we use the local PC Dropbox folder as the intermediary.
We’ve been working with the same home page look for a few years now, and we’re admittedly past due for an update. To be honest, we’ve had this in the works for awhile now, but Google forced our hand with some search algorithm changes that are going into effect this week.
There’s nothing like a deadline to force movement, right?
If you’re already a My Docs Online user, the biggest change is in the non-logged in, or the informational pages for the site. The logged in pages will look much the same.
What has changed?
The biggest change is that the informational pages are more mobile friendly. The new site design will move things around to fit on whatever device you’re using.
We’ve also re-focused our marketing message to target the kind of customers we want to serve, small businesses and professionals.
What hasn’t changed?
Our commitment to you – We’re in business to help you thrive in your business.
The Desktop App – The desktop app will continue to evolve as we add new features, but none were added with this website update. (more…)
UPDATE: The outage for networking hardware upgrade is complete.
An outage is scheduled for Midnight Eastern Daylight Time Monday, March 9, lasting for approximately 1 hour and ending at 1 am Eastern Daylight Time Tuesday, March 10. (0400 – 0500 Universal Time Tuesday March 10).
The outage is for a data center networking hardware upgrade.
The recent internet security vulnerability known as “Heartbleed” did not, and does not, involve My Docs Online. Many secure sites on the internet are recommending users change their passwords, even after those sites have ‘patched’ the vulnerability.
Although Microsoft Sharepoint is different from My Docs Online in scope and application (it’s usually used in company intranets) it often comes up in customer conversations. Or more often in conversations with people who call/chat/email to ask about Sharepoint because we often come up in searches related to Microsoft products and technologies like Sharepoint, which like My Docs Online includes Web Folders support.
The following question came in through our online support chat earlier this week:
Question – “I am wondering if your system has the capability to create a general link that can be supplied to any individual so that they are able to upload files to a my account.”
MDO Support Answer – ” Yes, it’s called customer upload”
Question – “So, I don’t have to invite specific people like the DropBox system?”
MDO Support Answer – No.
The My Docs Online “Customer Upload” link can be posted on your website or emailed directly to your customer allowing them to securely and easily upload files into your account without the need for a login ID or password. They have no access to your account other than this ability to upload files.
If your business has the need for customers to upload large files directly into your account and don’t want to provide them with an additional login ID and password check out customer upload.
You can learn more, including where to find your account specific customer upload link, by checking out the video below.