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Nextcloud Hub 22 Launches with Approval Workflows, Integrated PDF Signing, and More

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Optimized for the modern, digital office, Nextcloud Hub 22 introduces new features like user-defined groups called Circles, an integrated knowledge management application called Collectives, integrated chat and task management, an easy approval workflow, as well as integrated PDF signing with DocuSign, EIDEasy and LibreSign.

All these features are here to facilitate team collaboration, allowing users to create their own teams and manage memberships, empowers teams to manage themselves, allow employees to request approval on a document and management to respond, making it easier to share tasks into a chat room, and allow users to request a formal signature on a PDF document.

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Nextcloud Hub 22

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  • Nextcloud Hub 22 Includes User-Managed Groups, Approval Workflows

    Nextcloud has announced Nextcloud Hub 22, optimized for the modern, digital office. The release introduces user-defined groups, integrated chat and task management, an easy approval workflow and integrated PDF signing with DocuSign, EIDEasy and LibreSign.

    With Nextcloud Hub 22 also comes the introduction of an integrated knowledge management application with the name Collectives. Collectives features pages and subpages to structure knowledge, and cross-document links to connect information. There is also a series of improvements in Nextcloud Groupware.

Nextcloud Hub 22 Makes It Easy to Collaborate and Manage Groups

  • Nextcloud Hub 22 Makes It Easy to Collaborate and Manage Groups

    Nextcloud is one of the best open-source remote working tools available.

    With every new release, it is just keeps getting better. The latest Nextcloud Hub 22 release introduces significant improvements to the workflow and a new app that should make it easier to collaborate and efficiently manage groups.

    [...]

    Collectives app comes to the rescue with Nextcloud 22 that lets you create pages/subpages to structure knowledge and cross-document links to interlink information.

    You can manage access to the information using user-defined groups, which is also a new feature introduced with this release.

Nextcloud Hub 22 is Here with Exciting New Features

  • Nextcloud Hub 22 is Here with Exciting New Features

    Nextcloud Hub 22 introduces approval workflows, integrated knowledge management, and decentralized group administration.

    Nextcloud is an open source software package for organizations and individuals who want to host their own secure cloud services. When on January 17, 2020, Nextcloud version 18 was announced, its name was changed to Nextcloud Hub.

    With Nextcloud Hub you can share and collaborate on documents, send and receive email, manage your calendar and have video chats without data leaks. As fully on-premises solution, it provides the benefits of online collaboration without the compliance and security risks.

    Keep in mind that Nextcloud Hub 22 is compatible with the latest PHP 8 but drops compatibility with PHP 7.2.

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