Let’s take a look at remote document storage options.
Fluix provides its own cloud storage and also integrates with all major cloud services.
You’ll find both options under the Configuration tab in the main menu of the Fluix Admin Portal.
Let’s take a look at Fluix Storage first.
As an Admin, you have access to Fluix storage right away – it’s already set up and ready to go in your Fluix account.
We recommend using Fluix Cloud Storage because you can keep all of your documents and workflow processes in the same place, as well as uploading files, renaming or sorting them into folders, checking previous versions of files and recovering deleted ones.
You can choose the access permissions for specific users, as well as the actions they’ll be permitted to take. We’ll show you how to do that in more detail in a separate tutorial.
For now, let’s take a look at remote storage options.
If you’re already using a cloud storage solution like Dropbox, Google Drive, Box, One Drive or SharePoint, you can easily connect it to Fluix by navigating to ‘Remote Storages’ and clicking on the ‘Connect Storage’ button. You can also connect your own on-premises company storage via WebDAV, FTP or SFTP.