AtroCore’s Game-Changing File Management Updates

AtroCore’s Game-Changing File Management Updates

What's new?

Our striving for perfection and a desire to make your AtroCore experience even better has led to a significant overhaul of AtroCore's file management mechanisms. We introduced new entities, standardized upload forms, multiple storage options, and enhanced file presentation, to make your file management even more effective and integration with various systems easier than before.

From Now On:

  • Regardless of the file upload source, all file uploads follow the same standardized process, making it faster and easier.
  • You can use different storage options, including local storage or Microsoft SharePoint. You are free to connect multiple storages simultaneously, as we will shortly add more options: Google Drive, Dropbox, and Nextcloud.
  • You're in control with our indexing mechanism. This is super helpful when uploading lots of heavy files. Now instead of laboriously navigating the interface, just upload these files directly to the storage folder and initiate scanning. Then the system will recognize them and display them in the interface.
  • Reupload files when needed, enjoy more informative file presentation, and utilize a unified upload modal form.
  • Upload files via URL, which gives you way more options for file acquisition.
  • Entities Asset, AssetType, AssetCategory, and Library have now become the following:
    • Asset -> File;
    • AssetType -> FileType;
    • AssetCategory -> Folder;
    • Folder -> Storage.

This intuitive naming will contribute to your improved file management experience. Additionally, relationship entities such as ProductAsset have been changed to ProductFile (CategoryAsset -> CategoryFile, etc.), for clarity and consistency.

The Why Behind the Changes:

Our primary objective was to enhance file efficiency, while also expanding integration possibilities with specialized systems. For instance, by leveraging SharePoint's client program on Windows, users can now directly manage files on their computers, seamlessly syncing changes with the PIM. Moreover, we've addressed storage capacity concerns by enabling users to easily add new drives to the server, ensuring all files are stored efficiently. Looking ahead, we aim to automate storage selection based on occupancy levels and other algorithms, further optimizing system performance.

Visit our Help Center to get a technical perspective from our Release Notes.

We believe the changes we make are fundamental for improvement. They empower users to work smarter, faster, and more collaboratively while setting a new industry standard.

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