11 Oct New Upload Status Bar: Track Your Uploads Easily.

Uploading in GoldFynch is so easy! Here’s all you need to do. . . Step 1:  Click the “Files” icon on the left pane of your GoldFynch browser window. Step 2: Drag and drop files or folders into the browser window.  Each file you upload can be up to 5 GB in size. And GoldFynch handles a large range of file types; it even automatically decompresses zip files.  Step 3:  Track your upload. . .  . . . via the expandable 'uploads progress window' on the bottom right of the screen. Remember to leave the browser window open till uploading finishes.  The uploads progress window is on...

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24 Aug Calendar Items (.ical) and Contact Information (.vcf) in GoldFynch

iCalendar files (iCALs) and Virtual Contact Files (VCFs): now supported by GoldFynch. When you upload batches of email from Gmail/Outlook into GoldFynch (i.e. when you import .mbox/.pst files into GoldFynch), they often have iCalendar files (.ical files) and Virtual Contact Files (.vcf files) attached. GoldFynch can now access and search these files for you. What are iCalendar files (iCALs)? iCals are files that calendar apps like Google Calendar and Outlook use to communicate with each other. When you email a calendar invite to your client, your calendar app attaches an iCal file (with all the event details) to your email. The client’s app then reads that file and enters the details...

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21 Feb Uploading Zip or Compressed Files in GoldFynch

We have added support for zip files. If you have a .zip file you need to send to GoldFynch, you can just drag and drop into the files view. GoldFynch will automatically unzip the file, expand the contents and process all the files. This is a really handy feature, especially if you don't want to be bothered with recreating your file and folder directory structure from your computer on GoldFynch. You can even zip folders within folders. The advantages of zip files are You only need to upload one file The uploads go faster because files are compressed and you are uploading a...

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15 Feb Tagging Files

Think of a tag as a stamp or a sticky note on a file. It provides an additional method to categorize or call attention to individual documents or groups of files, but it doesn't affect the way the file is used in the GoldFynch app at all. You have the freedom to name your tags whatever you want, and there is no limit to the number of tags you can apply. You can tag an individual file when viewing it in Doc View and clicking +Add underneath the document title, as shown in the example below. Or, you can apply tags to groups...

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