This release of DocsFlow introduces major improvements to table handling and improves the overall quality of the merge process.
We’re happy to announce DocsFlow 1.5, which adds support for Google Drive files, improves the drag’n'drop workflow, converts page breaks to InDesign frame breaks, and enhances the quality of story updating.
This patch release addresses a loss-of-connection issue and includes several improvements for updating from Google Docs.
This release supports placing public documents even when not in the user’s account, and fixes a slew of minor bugs.
This patch release addresses Mac OS X 10.7 & 10.8 installation issues and improves link handling.
In general, we’re happy to donate software to qualified educational institutions (for teaching applications) and to non-profit organizations, and we did so for Wisconsin Literacy a few months ago. Sheila McGrath kindly reports back with a very positive review of using DocsFlow with InDesign for their annual report production.
This patch release fixes spreadsheet imports and addresses styling issues.
This patch release addresses a problem with loss of styling.
This patch release improves document updating.
This patch release fixes problems with style mapping and with deleted documents being displayed in the Place dialog.
David Blatner, one of the patriarchs of the InDesign ecosystem, in the June/July issue of InDesign Magazine, reviewed the latest version of DocsFlow and gave it 4 stars for “exceptionally good”. David opens with a great story:
For me, one of the most memorable highlights at the PEPCON conference this year was a simple conversation in the hallway with an attendee about the DocsFlow plug-in. Staring at me in near-disbelief, he stammered, “You mean I can have all my writers and editors working in Google Docs, and have their changes automatically update in InDesign? That’s awesome!” Yes, yes it is.
This release of DocsFlow adds support for Adobe InDesign CS6, adds links for images, and includes many improvements to importing and updating.
This beta improves the quality and reliability of DocsFlow updates.
We’re happy to announce the immediate availability of DocsFlow 8.1.4 beta 1 for Adobe InDesign CS6.
David Rager, a designer/art director in Paris who works with a non-profit organization called The Ecology Center in California, has been using DocsFlow recently and is quite enthusiastic about the product.