By now you probably have the idea, but just for completeness I set it to send photos to Google Photo.
You can, of course, send them to Evernote, Dropbox, One Drive, or whereever you'd like.
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.
Earlier in this article I did a bit of foreshadowing for an interesting new feature of Scan Snap Cloud: an option to automatically name scanned documents.
If you'd like, you can have everything go to one place.I suspect that Fujitsu will support more business card services in the future.You can scan receipts to any service you like as PDFs or JPGs, but if you want to add some extra processing you can choose Expensify as your cloud service.Here's an example with my poor flowchart skills. When you scan, it sends the document to the Scan Snap Cloud service, which then sends it to Dropbox.Pretty simple, but you can take things a bit further.