It’s the end of 2015 and the start of a brand new year. Since it is a new year, most of you are probably creating your New Year’s resolutions to make some positive changes in your lives. Here at Polaris Office, we want all of you to make great New Year’s resolutions and, most of all, to stay obligated to them. To help you do that, here is a step-by-step guide to creating and keeping your New Year’s resolutions with Polaris Office.
So, the holidays are coming up in a matter of days and most of you are probably purchasing gifts or at least making your wish lists. For a list to display your innermost materialistic desires, it should be quick and simple to make, right? Well, you can easily create your very own holiday wish list with the Polaris Office app on your mobile device! Here’s how:
Polaris Office for Android devices is now updated to version 7.0.0! This update brings a bevy of improvements to our app including a UI refresh, new editing features, and much more. Continue reading to check out the rest of the changes!
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Yesterday, Amazon launched an expansive and new Android application called Amazon Underground. By partnering up with numerous developers, Amazon Underground will provide up to $10,000 of different apps and games that are actually free including Polaris Office Premium. Continue reading to find out how to download this new app and go Premium on Polaris Office for free!
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On Android, users are able to set Polaris Office as the default app for opening files such as PDFs and other documents from Gmail. On the other hand, iOS currently does not let users set Polaris Office as a default app for this function. However, it is still very easy to open your Gmail documents with Polaris Office on iOS and we’ll show you how!
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Are you using Polaris Office on your phone but all your files are stored in OneDrive, Google Drive, or Dropbox? Here’s a tip.
Not only can Polaris Office view and edit documents from third-party office suites, but it can also connect to major third-party cloud services to access your files that are not stored in your Polaris Drive.
It’s very easy to do and here’s how:
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Polaris Office can help you work more efficiently and effectively.
Check out some real ways to utilize Polaris Office.
View the marketing proposal that was sent from the overseas office last night on your commute to work.
Walk into your meetings and record proposal notes on a new document and share it with your team. All shared devices are updated to the latest document version so it allows everyone to view the most current revisions.
After you and your boss stop by a café after lunch, your Boss suggests a few changes to your upcoming presentation. Simply open any other Polaris connected device like your tablet and revise the presentation on the spot.
As your Boss begins the presentation you just updated from his tablet, you can simultaneously view the same file and add comments or notes to each slide
After returning to your office after the presentation you can summarize the meeting and share your notes with your colleagues. As you or others add more notes to the document, all shared users will see the updates instantly.
Even after coming home from work, you can sit down at your own computer and review your meeting notes from the day.
Every workday is busy, and time is your most invaluable resource. Don’t waste any more of it.
Using Polaris Office’s auto sync function for up to 5 devices you can access synced documents on your Office Desktop, Smartphone, iPad, Laptop, and computer at home. Always be able to access your important documents on the go. View, edit, and even share your important files anytime, anywhere.
You can share through, your address book, email attachment, or as a link. Even if there is revision made in shared document, it is automatically updated to the most recent revisions so you don’t have to sync your documents again.
Work smarter not harder on all your devices with Polaris Office!
If you have installed Polaris Office on your phone or tablet, you can install Polaris Office Sync onto your desktop computer as well! This guide will take your through the steps to set up your Polaris Office Sync program to manage documents more efficiently.
Tip! Before reviewing these instructions, did you know you could get 300MB bonus storage on your cloud if you install Polaris Office Sync?
1. Installing Polaris Office Sync
① Visit our homepage at www.polarisoffice.com Find the Download link in the top right corner. Click the button that says “Windows PC”* to begin the download. (*Mac version will be supported in the future)
② After installation has completed, log in and set up your Polaris Sync folder.
A folder name Polaris Office will be created as the default folder, but you can also choose a preexisting folder to use for Polaris Sync.
Now, Polaris Office Sync installation is completed.
2. Synchronizing Documents
① When you open the newly created Polaris Office folder, all documents saved on your Polaris Office cloud will already be there.
② Documents can be simply dragged and dropped into the Polaris Office Sync folder. Files in this folder will be automatically uploaded to your cloud.
Ex. Documents in Polaris Office Sync folder
Ex. On your web browser
Ex. In mobile
Polaris Office Sync will automatically sync on all three platforms to make it easy to view, edit, and manage all your documents!