Understand the AODocs document interface

The AODocs document page is composed of:

The AODocs header
The AODocs sidebar
The AODocs document main page



The AODocs header

The AODocs header contains the title of the document, the last update date and author, the actions toolbar and a link to hide the header. You can click on the document title to rename it.


The following actions are available in the toolbar:


Manage folders: displays the current parent folder of the document and allows you to move the document into another folder within the library.

Learn more: Manage folders in a Document Management library


Edit document properties: opens the current document in the document editor to edit its properties, manage its attachments and edit its description.

Learn more: Edit document properties


Share: manages the permission settings of the document.

Learn more: Share documents in your Document Management library


Workflow menu: contains all the available workflow actions for the current document (if any), based on your roles.

Learn more: Perform workflow actions


More actions menu: lists additional actions available on the document:


The AODocs sidebar

The document side bar allows you to access the properties tab, the version menu and the attachments of a document. You can also attach a file to a document from the side bar.


The AODocs Main Page

The AODocs main page opens by default with the Properties page (from the sidebar).

It contains different sections:

  • The document’s system properties: Library, Document Class, Creation Date, Last Modification Date, Document creator and Last Update Author.
  • The current workflow status of the document.
    Learn more:
    Perform workflow actions
  • The custom properties of the document.
    Learn more:
    Edit custom properties

Note: Custom properties with an empty value are not displayed in view mode.

  • The list of files attached to the document: You can click on the name of a file to open its preview, or you can use the action buttons to download it or upload a new version. If the attachment is a Microsoft Office file, you can use the “Edit in Office” button to open it in Word, Excel or Powerpoint.
    Learn more: 
    Manage document attachments in Document Management libraries
  • The rich text description of the document.


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