Remote Storages

What cloud storage providers are supported in Fluix?

Fluix integrates with the following cloud storage providers:

  • Google Drive
  • Office 365 (OneDrive and Team Site)
  • SharePoint List
  • Dropbox
  • Box
  • WebDAV
  • Azure

Here are the guidelines to connect your company storage to Fluix.

Upon connecting your company storage to Fluix you will be able to use it as a document source or document destination in the workflows.

We encourage you to consider and evaluate Fluix Built-in Cloud Storage as your primary document repository. Please note, that it can be connected as a network drive to your Windows or Mac workstations, and easily manipulated just like any other folder.

Feel free to contact us at support@fluix.io if you have any questions or comments.

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How to connect storage to Fluix

Cloud storage providers

To connect your company storage to Fluix workflows, please proceed to the Remote Storages tab under the Configuration section, click on Connect Storage button and select a storage you want Fluix to grant access to. You will see a sidebar with all the available storages to connect:

Upon choosing a storage, you will be redirected to the storage authorization page to confirm granting access to Fluix.

Once done, navigate to the Workflows tab under the Configuration section to create a workflow for the documents on your storage.

Storage Behind Firewall

There’s also a possibility to connect Fluix directly to the internal storage (e.g. the storage behind corporate Firewall).

This will prompt your users to enter their credentials upon accessing documents on an iPad or an iPhone thus eliminating the need to create individual workflows for each user.

                                                                                               Setup

  1. Go to Configurations in Admin Portal and then select Remote Storages

  2. Click on Connect Storages and scroll down to Internal Storages where you can select either WebDav or sFTP connection.

  3. After the storage has been connected, you can proceed with the workflow setup. Go to Workflows -> New Workflow, in the dropdown window select Internal Workflow and proceed with building a workflow.

Note that this type of workflow does not support any submit rules. Annotated files can be either saved as a local copy on the device or synced back to the storage (See the options in the screenshot down below).

Feel free to contact us at support@fluix.io if you have any questions or comments.

In case you do not yet have company storage, consider Fluix built-in cloud storage.

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Storage Status in Fluix

Once the storage is connected to Fluix in the Remote Storages tab, it may have different statuses:

Not in use status means that the storage is not used in any workflow yet. To proceed, you need to create a workflow and add a storage as a source or destination for your documents.

Reauthorization required status appears when the storage got disconnected from Fluix. To reauthorize, please select the storage and click on Reauthorize.

Error status shows that there are some problems with connection between your storage and Fluix. To troubleshoot, please contact us at support@fluix.io.

In case you’d like to be notified when the storage is getting disconnected from Fluix, you can enable the respective email notifications in the Email Notifications Settings (Owner and Admins tabs) under the Configuration section:

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Supported WevDAV authentication methods

Fluix supports connecting to password-protected WebDAV resources over plain HTTP (unsecure and not recommended) and HTTPS ( TLS 1.2). Basic, Digest and NTLM authentication methods are supported.  

When using TLS 1.2 encryption, we recommend using Basic authentication — TLS 1.2 guarantees secure transmission of credentials without overhead that Digest and NTLM authentication create.

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