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QBank Connector for SharePoint

The SharePoint Connector allows editors to access QBank through a button in the ribbon. From the Connector, the user can search for and add images, videos, or documents from QBank into a rich text field. With the Connector, the editors will get;

  • Easy access to approved images for the selected channel
  • A tool for converting and cropping images into correct format
  • Access to asset related metadata
  • Overview and control of what assets (images, documents, videos) are being used, where, and how, from within QBank DAM

The connector is compatible with SharePoint 2010 and 2013, and is compatible with hosting in Azure. 

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Search and filter media

Filter your files by the category and folder structure. The powerful search tool supports free-text search within properties such as file name, type, dimensions, users and custom properties.

Edit media

The edit-tool helps you to easily edit your media directly in the Connector, without leaving the SharePoint interface. Tag your media and set metadata to structure your files. The media tool also helps you to edit the size of your files and to create media templates. Media can be edited both in the text editing-tool TinyMCE and by media properties.

Uploading and publishing

You can easily upload new files through the Connector and publish them without leaving SharePoint. Media from QBank can be published in SharePoint both from the text editor TinyMCE and as a separate image property. Media is picked in the same interface where you add and manage media, which makes work for editors easier.

Responsive design and multi-sites

QBank's Connector for SharePoint supports built-in management of multiple image formats for responsive websites, which helps both editors and developers working with images and videos to be displayed on multiple devices.



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