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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