Create and Edit Repositories in Rev
Rev is built like a system of filing cabinets. Each drawer is called a repository. Repositories are where a user’s documents are stored. Therefore, to start using Rev to manage your documents, after signing up, make sure that you create repositories to index your documents into.
Having in mind the constantly evolving and dynamic nature of business, Rev understands that users might want to make changes to their existing repositories along the way. That’s why it comes packed with amazing features which allows you to customize your existing repositories to keep your work organized and updated.
Each repository can be edited using a series of very convenient features.
The basic ones are pretty straightforward:
- Rename a repository: allows you to change the name of your repository
2. Add indexing fields: makes it easy to add more indexes to a repository
3. Delete indexing fields: allows you to remove indexes from an existing repository.
Then there are some more sophisticated ones:
- Make an indexing field required or optional: checking this box makes an indexing field mandatory which means that an image cannot be processed until this field has been filled. This is really useful to capture information that is critical or vital to a project or process. Unchecking this box then removes the compulsory nature of the field.
- Make an index unique or non-unique: this allows users to ensure that all details captured in an index are unique values. Removing it, makes it possible for the indexing field to accept repeated values. This feature is very useful when specific values are expected in a field.
These features make Rev’s indexing system very robust and easy to use. They simplify the indexing process and offer flexibility to the user. Learning to use them and to harness their full potential will unlock the amazing power of Rev for your business.
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