|To create your REV account: Visit https://app.scanrev.com/
Click on the login/sign-up button, choose from the options to sign up with Facebook, Google, LinkedIn or your email.
Authorize access for Facebook, Google, LinkedIn.
If you choose to use your email, you will immediately receive an email to confirm your account. Once you have confirmed it, you will be able to log into REV using that email and a password of your choice.
To help you get started, we have set up default repositories that you can select in the welcome page.
REV gives you the freedom to manage documents using computers, tablets or mobile devices. You can configure the best layout for your current screen by using this feature. To do so:
|You can import various file formats (.jpg, .doc, .png, .pdf, .mp3, .tiff) into REV using multiple ways:
* you will need to drop it in the appropriate window so keep an eye on your cursor as it will indicate where it’s okay to drop a file
Scanning images and directly uploading them into the cloud is REVs patent pending technological achievement. Users can directly scan and upload their files to accelerate the capture/import process.
This can be done by pressing the “Scan images” button (second from the left in the Index Screen navigation bar).
|A message prompting you to download the native app will appear. Press the link in that message to initiate the download.|
Once the download is complete, open the native app installer file and go through the installation process. This will detect your existing scanner(s) and build a bridge between them and the REV browser-based app.
Once this process is complete, a window will open to choose the scanner you wish to use. Once you’ve chosen it, you will be prompted to select the file format in which you wish to scan. REV will save these settings for you. In case you have multiple scanners and would like to choose between them, you can do so by turning on the ‘select-scanner’ option from the settings menu. You can now capture images directly from your scanner to index them into REV.
|You land by default in the Index Screen and can return to it at any time with the “+” sign button.The indexing process is very simple:
*You can customize these indexing fields by choosing the required information and whether they are optional or mandatory
|Once a file has been indexed, it can be searched in the Search Screen.To navigate to it, simply press the button with the binocular icon on it.
Once in the Search Screen, to find a document, you will need to:
*you can search multiple repositories by sliding on the “multi repo” toggle in the setting menu in the top right corner of your screen
**In order to do a “wildcard” search, you can add an asterisk (*) followed by the characters you wish to search in the relevant field
|If your search result consists of multiple pages you can navigate through them by simply using the “previous” and “next” buttons at the bottom of the page. You can also define the number of rows in your result table using the field in between those two buttons.|
|You can go back to the Search Screen and update your search criteria by clicking on the “Update search” button on the top right corner.|
|Sharing documents using REV is a very straightforward process.In the Index Screen, press the button with a paper airplane icon on it.
This will give you 3 options:
|1. Download Originals
This will allow you to download the original document that you had imported and indexed into Rev.
2. Printable PDF
This will download a printable PDF of the selected images.
This will open dialog box where you can input the email addresses of recipients to share your documents as an email attachment in PDF format.
Batch processing allows you to break a large number of images or pages into separate documents.
|The process is very simple:
|*You can scroll through these pages by using the PgUp and PgDn keys, the scroll bar or the left and right arrows on the top right
** You can enter or review those values at any point before saving
*** You can use the Alt key in combination with the up and down arrows to move from one document to another