Create a virtual storage space and manage it to efficiently share documents with friends, colleagues or family by creating user groups.

  • amagno
  • Version :4.8 Build 19
  • License :Demo
  • OS :Windows All
  • Publisher :amagno

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amagno Description

amagno is a project management application designed for team collaboration. It facilitates interactive methods for quickly finding files, archiving documents once they’re no longer of use, monitoring changes, and keeping in touch with your co-workers.

Connect to an amagno server and log in with an account

It’s wrapped in a professional interface with an attractive appearance and well-organized layout. At startup, it looks for amagno servers available online and lets you pick one to connect to. New severs can be added if you know addresses.

Afterward, the tool offers to install a virtual printer for saving documents. It’s necessary to sign up for an account by supplying a name and email address, which requires verification to obtain a default program password.

Create groups, invite users, and broadcast messages

Once you’re in, you can create groups for keeping files and folders in, and tinker with settings about group properties, such as name, description, display image, archiving mode (only by stamp, manually, automated), archiving scheduler, email import behavior (e.g. only attachments, only emails without attachments), server-side import mode, whether or not to allow duplicates, and versioning type.

In the following step, you can invite other amagno users to join any of your groups as guests, editors, designers or administrators (one user can belong to multiple groups while having different roles), as well as send messages to a specific user or broadcast them to the entire group.

Upload files, define magnets, and search items

Local files and folders can be uploaded to the server to share them with the rest of the group. Moreover, you can create “magnets” to automatically classify files, emails and invoices based on rules. There are numerous types of content rules available, which focus on text, selection values, dates, numbers, and stamps.

For instance, you can allow only files with specific extensions or certain client numbers. Multiple magnets can be created and one file can belong to multiple magnets.

Stamps can be created for applying optical stamps to documents, as well as for capturing meta information. Plus, a search function is put at your disposal for locating content, magnets, groups and contacts.

Evaluation and conclusion

CPU usage was low but RAM consumption was significant during the app’s runtime in our tests. Surprisingly, the options are not that intuitive when first using amagno, although the clean interface suggests otherwise. The user manual built into the program is no help to non-German speakers, and the online video tutorials were not available at the moment of this review.

To sum it up, amagno combines document management and social networking in an interesting way for team collaboration projects. It’s definitely worth exploring, provided that you’re patient enough to discover how everything works.

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