Content Management

Tools to help you store, display and manage your daily work tasks

Scan

Scan, OCR & upload documents to SharePoint the easy way!
Available for Microsoft Windows365 and On-premises.

SharePoint Scanning allows non-technical users to quickly scan papers into a single or multiple searchable documents, upload the scanned documents and automatically update their properties – all in a single click!

Using integrated scanning menus, you can quickly scan documents into a library without leaving your SharePoint interface or attaching them to a list item. With the multi-lingual OCR, you can easily save your scanned files as searchable PDF files – all designed for non-technical business users!

Quickly scan papers into single or multiple documents, auto-extract property values using zonal OCR & upload the scanned documents to SharePoint – All done in a single click!

Why KWIZ Scan?

Integrated in the most natural way to make it simple and easy for SharePoint end-users to scan files into libraries and list attachments.

This is SharePoint-hosted, so none of the customer’s data/documents is transmitted to other cloud servers!

Paper scanning is done on the user’s desktop, using a client component, which is part of KWIZ’s SharePoint Scan.

Need to scan multiple pages and have them saved as separate files?

No problem! Easily configure the way you want to separate the scanned pages into files.

Create searchable PDF documents using the multi-lingual OCR.

Do you need to regularly scan the same type of papers, such as invoices, price quotes or purchase orders?
No need to manually update property values of scanned documents!
Easily map between areas in the scanned paper to property values of the scanned document(s). This allows these values to be automatically extracted and updated in the properties of the scanned documents when uploaded to SharePoint!

With the SharePoint Scan settings page, you can configure various settings that can be inherited from S.C to any specific library.

Convert to PDF/Print

You can now easily select the documents, list items, Wiki pages and attachments, and merge them. PDF file and print! All done in a single click with the KWIZ SharePoint Print for Microsoft 365!

You can now easily select the documents, list items, Wiki pages, InfoPath web forms, SharePoint publishing pages and attachments and merge them. PDF file and print – all done in a single click!

Why does KWIZ Convert to PDF/Print?

Select the list items or documents and click to merge them into a single, printable PDF document.

As this is a SharePoint-hosted, none of the customer’s data/documents is transmitted to other cloud servers!
PDF conversion is done on the user’s desktop, using a client component, which is part of KWIZ’s SharePoint Print.

Easily configure your printout header and footer to include any data from your printed records, such as a PO number, company logo, print date or any other dynamic data needed.
These settings can be saved in various levels, from S.C to a specific list/library.

As part of KWIZ Forms, you can hide specific fields that you do not want to be visible for some users/groups who print the SharePoint items/forms.

*Requires KWIZ Forms

Datasheet View

Do you struggle with the SharePoint Quick Edit or the SharePoint Grid View? Do you miss the “Excel-like” features of the SharePoint 2010 Datasheet view?

Well, no more! Now the Datasheet view is available using all browsers!

File Controller

List/library-level control over attached/uploaded file sizes and types!

KWIZ’s SharePoint File Controller works at the list and library level to enforce file size limits and to define which file types can be uploaded. With SharePoint out-of-the-box, these definitions are only available at the web location level.

The File Controller gives site owners more control over files and attachments uploaded by end-users to libraries and lists. Using a simple settings page, you can set up file size and file-types limitations for uploaded files and extensions. This way, you can prevent users from uploading irrelevant files, making libraries and lists much harder to work with.

SharePoint Find & Replace

Are you planning to upgrade to a new SharePoint edition or migrate to a new server?

Power users customize hundreds, thousands, or millions of sites with SPD. With thousands of documents that might include hard-coded links to your older SharePoint server, you can fix all these wrong/broken links reliably without losing time on manual fixes.

KWIZ’s SharePoint Find & Replace replaces hard-coded strings in SharePoint.

This administration client tool supports SharePoint 2013-2019 server and SharePoint Online (Microsoft 365). Our SharePoint Find & Replace will scan your SharePoint farm and will replace the existing strings with an updated string of your choosing. The tool includes a “Scan only” mode and a detailed log, enabling the admin to stay in control and easily monitor all string replacements.

Why KWIZ Find & Replace?

Define which tokens should be searched, and for each token, define with what alternative string it should be replaced.

You can also import/export these tokens from/to a CSV file.

Add the searched site collection URLs. These sites can be on different farms, in your on-premises deployment and on Microsoft 365 (SharePoint Online).

Select between 2 modes of execution:

Find only (without actually replacing anything), and Replace.

You can also fine-tune your search by selecting where exactly in SharePoint you want to search for your defined tokens.

Real-time progress tab allows you to monitor the exact progress and pause/resume execution at any time.

After execution is completed, a detailed log enables you to review where precisely the searched tokens were found and how many string replacements were done.

URL File Picker

SharePoint hyperlinking is made easy with a boosted URL field.

No need to type URLs in the SharePoint “URL” column!

Browse and select the files you wish to link to that are located in various locations with the help of URL File Picker!

There is no need to type URLs in the SharePoint “URL” column!

You can browse and select the files you wish to link to, located in your SharePoint libraries, in windows network drives, or you can upload your required file!