In the Scan Snap Cloud settings, you can select As far as I can tell it only seems to work on documents and not receipts or business cards.I've also found that the document needs to be quite well structured.It doesn’t that it is available in Australia yet, but I’d love to hear from the Aussie readers if that is in fact the case.Here's what Scan Snap Cloud is NOT: Fujitsu is not getting into the cloud storage game, so you don't have to worry about them hounding you to sign up for their paid service or anything like that.Once you configure your Scan Snap for Scan Snap Cloud, you can decide where those scans should go.If you'd like, you can have everything go to one place.The services you can scan to depends on your region, but at the time of writing you can upload to: Fujitsu says more are on the way soon.You can download the Scan Snap Cloud software now from their site. When Scan Snap Cloud launched it was North America-only, but now it is available in North America, Japan, Europe, the Middle East, and Africa.
Once your Scan Snap has updated and is connected to Wi-Fi, the light will change to purple.See Federal Acquisition Regulation Codificationfor help finding what regulation you need. Please read this Privacy and Security Noticeand the Accessibility/Section 508 Notice.I am writing this from the pool area of the Sheraton Atlanta.The new feature is a (free) way to get your documents from your Scan Snap to where you want them to go.
If you don't want to store your documents in the cloud, you can keep using your Scan Snap exactly how you are using it now.
Inbox folder in Dropbox (a folder I selected — you can select whichever Dropbox folder you'd like). I will configure it to scan to different services depending on the type of document.