PinPoint Enhancements: Coming at the end of May 2016!


Electronic Document Management

We have a new release coming out at the end of May for PinPoint customers. Those enhancements are as follows:

  1. New integration with the following applications – See bottom of this email for a list.
  2. Group Workflow – enabling an assignment of a workflow to a group, and once a person in the group completes the task, then it is removed from the others in the group.
  3. Tickler reminders attached to document types for automatic workflow to begin.
  4. Assign a template when manually adding a file. Both at the File/Review and the Drag-and-Drop screens.
  5. Ability to add folders at the Folder Detail and the Folder view screen.
  6. New Certificate of Destruction reporting to purge documents when retention is met.
  7. New file types for OCR and viewing, including DWG and XML.
  8. Help buttons at key locations for quick help.
  9. + other small enhancements.
  10. New browser annotations for all browsers to utilize (not just IE anymore, yes!)

Sample of the various new buttons to annotate:

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The integration below is currently available and will be added to:



Have an application that we have not listed? Let us know, and we might be able to add it to our list before the release is available. 



About Errick Anthony

Professional in the field of document management. Background in English language/tech writing. Cheese Enthusiast!

5 thoughts on “PinPoint Enhancements: Coming at the end of May 2016!

  1. For both Smartsheet and Swiftpage, they don’t currently have a web API for us to integrate with, but when available we would love to. There’s nothing that we’ve seen out of Swiftpage at all. Smartsheet has an API, but not one that integrates with what we can connect to at the moment.

  2. I am very excited to see the .dwg file extension now becoming viewable! Is there anyway to get Visio, Primavera, or Microsoft Project documents to be viewable as well? Those extensions are .vsdx or .vsd for Visio, .xer for Primavera, and .msp or .mpp for Microsoft Project.


  3. It’s possible down the line, but we’ll need to look into those file types to determine what we’ll need to do to get a viewable PDF created. Any additional file types require ways for us to generate PDF files on a command line, which is simple for some and not so simple for others. We’ll certainly take a look at the 5 you listed.

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