The Filestack for Confluence Plugin enhances team collaboration

Filestack for Confluence Plugin Enhances Team CollaborationRead More

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The Need for a Confluence Plugin Every startup has hit the point where they outgrew stickie notes as their primary communication and organization tool, and this demand naturally lead to a highly competitive project management market. Leading the way in this field sits Atlassian whose tremendous suite of products help companies manage projects and customers […]

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Filestack plays with FIRE to power Intelligent Content with new Image Recognition EngineRead More

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Our journey starts out quite differently than any one company that is trying to build the most modern image recognition service. For one, we are not only focused on training, creating models, and building data sets. To us, these are table stakes. We are interested in abstracting key data points out of data oceans and […]

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Add Uploading Functionality To Your WordPress Site with the Filestack WordPress Upload PluginRead More

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Do you need to add file upload functionality to your WordPress site but none of the available plugins are streamlined enough or powerful enough to your liking? The Filestack WordPress Upload plugin can help! The Filestack WordPress Upload plugin allows you or your users to upload images, documents, and videos directly from Facebook, Instagram, Google […]

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Filestack Intelligent Ingestion: The World’s Most Reliable File Uploading TechnologyRead More

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Filestack’s heritage is pinned deeply to being the world’s best file uploading service. Over the past 5+ years, we’ve had thousands of conversations with customers and prospects about the pains they encounter with file uploading. A common theme: mobile uploads have unique challenges. From maintaining state between cell towers, to ballooning file sizes, to little […]

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Uploading Webcam Images with FilestackRead More

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I was recently looking into commonly asked questions about content uploading and found that there are presently 370 active questions on Stackoverflow about how to upload an image taken via webcam. This isn’t a surprising number when all of the aspects involved are considered. I understand these issues first hand because I personally spent weeks […]

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Filestack Surpasses 100,000 Applications! 🎉Read More

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Earlier this week, Filestack surpassed 100,000 applications! As we continue to develop our product and grow our community, we cannot thank YOU enough for fueling Filestack’s success. We are able to grow thanks to constant requests and genuine feedback. filepicker_production=> select count(*) from apps; count ——– 100001 (1 row) We’re Proud of Every Single App Filestack’s […]

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Filestack is Certified with the EU-US Privacy Shield Framework for HR and Non-HR DataRead More

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On April 17, 2017, Filestack became compliant with the EU-US Privacy Shield framework. The EU-US Privacy Shield is a framework for transferring data between the United States and European Union that ensures the data falls within the EU privacy regulations. Privacy Shield replaces Safe Harbor to protect EU citizens’ data from US surveillance and address […]

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Filestack Launches Content Ingestion Network (CIN) To Accelerate File Uploads Up To 10XRead More

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The new Filestack Content Ingestion Network will dramatically increase speed for users uploading files from any region in the world.   Normally, when users upload files, you have to wait until the file is uploaded to your storage before you can access it. Only once the file is stored properly in its destination (with services like […]

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File Picker V3 in ActionRead More

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Filestack has recently launched our File Picker V3 with a minimalistic design, in-app image transformations, and an even faster file uploading API.  In case you missed it, you can read more about the new features and improvements in our article Filestack Launches File Picker V3. The new UI is what everyone needs in a modern website. […]

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Enhance Images in your AppRead More

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Here at Filestack, we are never done developing.  As the Internet and general technology are constantly evolving, our mission to apply new functionality to our files management API is forever growing. It is with great pleasure that I am showing you the newest available feature for our Filestack Pro clients: We just released a set of Image Enhancements built […]

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Increase Signups by more than 30% with Slack OAuth IntegrationRead More

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When we launched Filestack, our goal was to make the normally complicated process of managing end user content ridiculously easy. So we built a files API  for developers to help end users upload files from over 20+ cloud sources (think Facebook, Dropbox, Instagram–all the places where we actually store files these days). Devs can then apply hundreds […]

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Login via Github, Google, or SlackRead More

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Just a quick update that we have added OAuth integration to our Developer Portal. You are now able to register or login to manage your Filestack apps using your Github, Google, or Slack credentials. If you are already a Filestack user and would like to link one of these OAuth accounts, simply go to the Account Settings page by […]

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Introducing Filestack Pro with Advanced Features, High Customization and Premium SupportRead More

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Our goal is to ensure that our product is the perfect fit for all of our customers, from our entrepreneurs bootstrapping their startups, to our enterprise customers running websites and applications for millions of users. In addition to our traditional self service plans, Filestack is now introducing Filestack Pro, designed for the needs of high […]

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iOS Library v5.1.0 ReleasedRead More

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We’re happy to announce that the latest version of our iOS Library, 5.1.0, is now available from CocoaPods. The latest version removes iOS 9 deprecated codes and libraries. Among the iOS 9 code that was removed is the ALAssetsLibrary which provided access to photos and videos under control of the Photos application, but has been […]

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Filestack adds Imgur to list of cloud sourcesRead More

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As Imgur continues to take over the image-sharing market, they have chosen Filestack to help them achieve ultimate success. Imgur – the “simple image sharer” – is now available on the ever-expanding Filestack File Uploads Dialog, enabling end-users to upload their files to any app that integrates with Filestack. Imgur has been enjoying rapid growth in recent months, and […]

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Filepicker upgraded to OpenTok 2.0Read More

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Here at Filepicker, we like to focus on what we do best, and find other providers to help us with areas that aren’t our #1 priority. This philosophy is core to Filepicker, as we want to power uploads. If you have an app that needs file uploads, we want to be there for you – […]

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Filepicker adds PDF to PNG conversionRead More

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Last week we released a new type of conversion. You can now convert PDF’s that your users upload to PNG’s. It works just like any other image conversion. When you run the function, it will convert the first page of the PDF to a PNG. Example: https://www.filestack.com/api/file/3S6sYpypQ76We2aue67x/convert You can also specify which page of the […]

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This Should Make You Happy: Filepicker Announces Webhooks BetaRead More

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When we created Filepicker, we made it simpler for apps, services and devices to work together. Instead of implementing APIs from every possible cloud storage environment, the Filepicker API grabbed content updates from almost anywhere. Still, getting all of those user updates was resource-intensive. Because apps had to poll for changes, many companies had to […]

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iOS Filepicker 3.0.3 UpdatesRead More

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Several updates were recently made to the iOS Filepicker library, so we thought we’d go over a few of the important changes we’ve made. 90% of these changes were based on issues reported by GitHub users. Thanks to everyone for your support and for helping us build a better Filepicker! Benefits Of Using Filepicker vs. […]

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Filepicker To Add Multi-Language SupportRead More

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Filepicker is used in many countries around the world, and we want to support our international users by enabling multi-language support. You will soon be able to integrate Filepicker in the native language of choice. We currently have support for Simplified Chinese and Polish. Spanish and Traditional Chinese are coming at the end of the […]

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Exploring a New Filepicker Feature – MD5 metadata callRead More

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The increasing prevalence of mobile technology in today’s world is making life easier for some, while adding confusion to the lives of others. Tech savvy individuals understand many of the changes going on in mobile access, data sharing, and file transfers, but not everyone understands how things work. Filepicker’s new MD5 metadata call feature is […]

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Filepicker JIRA Plug-In 1.1Read More

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After being awarded as “Best Plug-In of May” by Atlassian, we used this excitement to add a linking feature to the plugin. With Version 1.1, you can link files from any of the cloud sources which host files and stop worrying about keeping JIRA in sync. Check out the video here Check out the newest […]

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Filepicker Plug-In for JIRARead More

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Recently we released our Filepicker JIRA Plug-In to enable JIRA users to attach files, select profile photos, and export records using all Filepicker supported cloud sources. The way organizations are consuming software is radically changing. Consumerization of enterprise IT is emerging as the dominant model for software adoption. Atlassian’s products: JIRA and Confluence are leading […]

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Twilio is our doormanRead More

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We’ve been growing in headcount and we found ourselves with an odd problem: we didn’t have enough key fobs to the office. Filepicker.io moved into a nice work live space overlooking AT&T park last October and our landlord has been great; we just kept asking for more key fobs. However, here’s how we got Twilio […]

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The “Few Months In” CheckupRead More

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You started a company!? High five, good work. It’s now been a few months, you’ve had a lot of late nights with your cofounders, and it’s starting to look like you are making something people want. Here’s a heads up on some of the things you’ve probably ignored so far, but you should probably take […]

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Project Ideas – Filepicker + Pixlr mashupRead More

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Sometimes over dinner or while we’re waiting for our tests to pass, we’ll chat about some of the neat applications that someone should make using Filepicker.io. Some of them are probably just a couple hours of work, others weekend projects, and others potentially whole startups! But given that we think that they would make the […]

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