Upload Status Prompt
Previously when uploading a document with the same name, OPM would notify the user of the issue with a message box. Now this error message is not as visual as before as it is within the Upload Status. This is very frustrating as users don't readily look at the upload status and is not retained within outlook when the virtual desktop is restarted. Is there anyway of turning back on the error message prompt and where is the upload status information stored so we can see if we can retain the errors after a reboot. This prompt is crucial when working on Legal case files, as our lawyers have a professional obligation to ensure our files are up to date and if documents are missing then this puts us at odds with the Law Society Guidance.
Thanks Framey for your comments
"Or have the ability to append date and time to attachments, similar to the functionality currently present for emails." -
If you have applied the OnePlaceMail site columns - two additional columns named "Document Modified Saved" and "Document Created Saved" are included. When these are avaliable on the document library and the attachment is saved via OnePlaceMail - the original date of the document is promoted to a column.
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Thanks for this feedback. The upload notification setting was modified when we moved to the background upload process.
The notifications in the upload status will remain visible until the Upload Status button is selected, or for a period of 7 days. The number of days can be modified via the OnePlaceLive Configuration profile to retain a longer (or shorter) period of transactions.
At this time there is no way to turn back on the dialogue box to appear if there has been a failed save to SharePoint. However I have added these comments to be considered by our product team, and will update this thread with any relevant information.
Or have the ability to append date and time to attachments, similar to the functionality currently present for emails.