You can tell it to sort your documents into up to four categories, and have a different cloud service for each type.When you scan to Scan Snap Cloud, it can automatically detect the type of document and save it accordingly.In an earlier article I showed a scanned letter from Ethical Coffee Company.Scan Snap Cloud found the word So, this automatic file naming is an interesting feature and one I hope they improve over time, but it's not something you want to rely on unless you have very commonly-structured documents.In this example, it is sending documents to Dropbox or Evernote or One Cloud or Google Drive, business cards to Evernote, receipts to Expensify, and photos to Google Drive.This is similar to the automatic sorting of the Scan Snap Evernote Edition, but it is on steroids because you can send it to completely different specialized services.To configure Scan Snap Cloud, there is a special application for Mac and Windows and a mobile app for i OS and Android.
You can download the Scan Snap Cloud software now from their site. When Scan Snap Cloud launched it was North America-only, but now it is available in North America, Japan, Europe, the Middle East, and Africa.
You'll then plug in your Scan Snap to your computer and it will need to update the firmware to be able to do the new magic cloud uploading.
Once your Scan Snap has updated and is connected to Wi-Fi, the light will change to purple.
The new feature is a (free) way to get your documents from your Scan Snap to where you want them to go.
If you don't want to store your documents in the cloud, you can keep using your Scan Snap exactly how you are using it now.