About this guide: This is part 4a in a series meant to get you up to speed. You’ll learn how to use extra features available in the iOS App.
To make you even more productive, we included a feature to scan documents directly in the App*. While in any folder, just click the “+”-Icon in the upper right corner of your screen and choose “Scan document”. Then, you can take a picture oft the document which scans it right into your cloud. You can then crop, rotate and convert between color modes (color, grayscale or black/white), You can then save your document as PDF, JPEG or PNG, and choose wether to create a single pagefile or a multi page file.
Once you have scanned your document, you can mark it up, draw and annotate on it right in the App. Just click on the three-dot menu icon to the right of the relevant file and click “Markup”. Then, you can edit it with strokes and brushes as you see fit and either save it as a copy of your scanned file or replace the original scan.
If you use Apples Shortcutts app to automate tasks on your device, we have great news for you: There are hooks to use ownCloud to build workflows with Shortcuts. You can use actions with parameters to view, receive and store files, create folders and get directory listings, for example.
If you use owncloud on an iPad, you can control it comfortably from an attached keyboard. The app supports a host of shortcut commands (learn more). To complete the desktop replacement experience, the app supports pointing device is like Bluetooth mice on iPads (learn more).
*Premium Features are available right out of the box for users of ownCloud.online and ownCloud Enterprise. As a user of the Community Edition, you can unlock them as In-App-Purchases