View and manage your content directly in the Content app. Use the content cards or the content list view to find information about each document including the date the document was created, the version number, file size, and type. Use the icons on the content cards as tools to organize and personalize the content.
Actions on Content
View and perform actions on your files directly in the app. The icons on the content cards help you perform various actions such as favoriting, deleting, uploading, downloading content and so on. Use bulk actions to organize many files at once. You can import documents from third-party apps only if your administrator whitelists the third-party apps.Actions on Individual Content Cards
|Add to your Favorites list. Tap again to remove it from your Favorites list.|
|This icon indicates that content has updates.|
|View the metadata of the file.|
|Use this menu to find information, delete, rename, collaborate by commenting or sharing (if available). Use open in functionality (if available) to send the document as an email attachment or with another secure application, or add the content to Favorites.|
|Download content from a Corporate Content repository or an admin repository to the device.
You can upload content to the admin repository. If the upload fails, you are notified of the failure, and you have an option to retry the upload.
|Content is in the process of downloading to the device.|
Bulk Actions on Multiple Content Cards
To perform bulk actions on the files, select multiple files or folders and use the icons on the bottom navigation bar. When you select multiple files or folders, a check mark appears. Unavailable actions appear in gray and are not usable.
|Download the file.|
|If Workspace ONE Boxer is configured with your managed account, use the app to send the email.|
|If Workspace ONE Boxer is not configured, use the native mail client to send the email.|
|Add to your Favorites list. This feature is available only on iPad.|
|Move the file to a different location.|
|Copy the file to the same or new location.|
|Delete the file. A prompt appears to ask for confirmation.|
Microsoft Office Viewer
Workspace ONE Content offers various edit options for Microsoft Office files using which you can edit the files directly in the app.
|Use this menu to save the file, send as an attachment on an email, print, open into (if available), add comment, or exit.|
|Undo and redo actions as needed.|
|Add pictures, text, shapes, table, chart, symbol, header and footer, hyperlink, bookmark, footnote and endnote.|
|Use this option to format or edit fonts, paragraph, and style settings.|
|Select to access other menu options to format the document. Perform find and replace, turn track changes on or off, spell check, and so on.|
|To mark items or objects, draw over the document.|
|To perform the actions like copy, cut, or delete, tap on added text, images, chart, and table. To edit data, double tap on the chart. You can also edit and save documents with custom fonts using Workspace ONE Content.|
Save Options for Microsoft Office Files
Microsoft Office files can be saved in different ways. To decide how and where you want to save the file, tap the menu icon and then follow the prompts.
Save File as a New Version. The file name remains the same but a new version number is added to the content card. (The availability of this option can change depending on your repository settings.)
Save As a New File with a new version. Edit the New File Name and Location. This text box appears while saving word documents from your Local Storage.
Save As a Draft which appears on the screens but not synced to a repository. The text Draft appears below the file name. To move the document out of draft status, save the document as a new file. After saving, tap the icon at the top of the screen to return to where you last accessed content.
After opening a PDF document, you can annotate it directly in the app. The added annotations are autosaved in the app.
|Add this document to your Favorites list.|
|Use the editing tool bar that appears at the top of the screen to annotate the document as needed. Highlighted features include:
|Add annotations to the document, view the outline, or add bookmarks.|
|See thumbnail views of all the pages in the document.|
|Control the brightness level of your screen.|
|Search the open document for key words.|
|Email a copy, print the document or open it in another application. If the document is restricted, you cannot open the file anywhere else but you can find information about the file.|
You can view the PDFs in both the page width and the full page views when on landscape mode. The page width view can be enabled by toggling the Enable Page Width View for PDFs setting from Preferences on the Settings screen.
Save Options for PDF Files
You can save the changes by tapping the disk icon that appears in the bottom bar of the screen after you annotate the file. Follow the prompts to save changes. The Save File window appears with the options for saving:
- Save File as a New Version. The file name remains the same but a new version number is added to the content card.
- Save File as a New File with a new version. Edit the New File Name and Location if desired.
- Save File as a Draft but it is not synced to a repository. The text Draft appears below the file name. To move the document out of draft status, save the document as a new file.
After saving, you can close the document by tapping the X in the tab, or tap Back to return to the content screen where you last accessed content.Flatten Annotations for PDF Files
The annotations that you add in the PDF file might not appear when the file is opened in a file viewer outside of the Workspace ONE apps. For the annotations to appear, you must flatten the annotations.
To flatten the annotations, toggle the Flatten Annotation setting in the Save File window that appears while saving the file. The flattened annotations appear in the PDF but can no longer be edited or removed.
Document Scan with Border Detection
You can scan a document and capture its image with precise borders using the automatic border detection functionality available on your Content app. This functionality helps avoid extra margins or dark borders on the image, thereby enhancing the image quality. You can also manually adjust and crop the document borders.
To begin the scan, tap the '+' icon and select the Scan Document option. You can save the captured image either as an image file or as a PDF.