The latest version of GlobalSearch, the Fall 2022 release, offers new features to simplify document-related tasks for users and continues to provide a seamless user experience. The extended security model now includes sign in with Google, an additional third-party identity management provider.
In addition, the latest version allows for new levels of customization without needing advanced technical expertise, offers enhancements to extend customized business processes to be more efficient, and improves data layer accessibility.
Join President and CEO Stephen Young and CTO Brian Banet for the
What's New in GlobalSearch Fall 2022 webinar on December 13th, 2022, at 2 PM ET
Using a single point of entry, all users can now sign in to GlobalSearch with Google, Okta, or Microsoft Azure AD*, only needing one username and one password to access GlobalSearch along with other network destinations. Your customers can now experience all the benefits of single sign-on:
*A separate subscription is required to Google, Okta, or Microsoft Azure AD.
Access complete databases in minutes
Square 9 has made it easier than ever to download complete databases with documents from the QuickStart menu. Drastically reduce the time and effort to set up your demo environment.
Data entry control, so the right information is always collected
The latest version of GlobalSearch makes it easy to require specific patterns or formats to enter data on a single field. In addition, these patterns can provide enforcement and custom messaging to set user expectations. This new feature gives users a clear message of how the data must be entered in the field while processing data. We've also provided some of the most common patterns, but administrators can also create custom patterns.
Use Advanced links to connect GlobalSearch to the applications you work with daily. With Advanced Links quickly send an email, schedule a task or connect to other web-based applications like Salesforce.com or NetSuite with ease. Users can use Advanced links from the document viewer and the document grid in an archive.