Saving a Scanned Image in a Cloud Service by Using a Client Application

Save an image created from the document that you scanned with the ScanSnap in a cloud service by using a client application for the cloud service.

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The following cloud services are supported: Download a client application from the download page in accordance with the cloud service that you intend to use, to install it.

Cloud Service (*1)

Client Application

Dropbox

Dropbox Desktop app version 77.4.131 or later

Refer to here for the download page.

Evernote

Evernote for Windows version 6.20.2 or later

Evernote for Mac version 7.11 or later

Refer to here for the download page.

Google Drive

Backup and Sync

Windows: version 3.45.5545 or later

Mac OS: version 3.45.5816 or later

Refer to here for the download page.

OneDrive

OneDrive sync client version 19.103.0527 or later(*2)

Refer to here for the download page.

*1:

A cloud service for businesses are not supported.

*2:

If OneDrive sync client is already installed on Windows 10 or Windows 8.1, update the client application to the latest version before using it.

  1. Open the ADF paper chute (cover) of the ScanSnap to turn the power on. Open the feed guide of the ScanSnap to turn the power on. Press the [Scan] or [Stop] button on the ScanSnap to turn the power on.
    Opening the ADF Paper Chute (Cover)
    Opening the ADF Paper Chute (Cover)
    Opening the ADF Paper Chute (Cover)
    Opening the Feed Guide
    Opening the Feed Guide
    Turning On
  2. Open the feed guide of the ScanSnap to turn the power on.
    Opening the Feed Guide
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    • If you want the document to be ejected from the front of the ScanSnap or when there is not enough space where the document exits the ScanSnap, open the output guide.

      Opening the Output Guide
    • How the document is ejected differs as below depending on whether the output guide is open or closed.

      • When the output guide is closed

        When the Output Guide Is Closed
      • When the output guide is open

        When the Output Guide Is Open
  3. Pull the stacker towards you.
    Pulling the Stacker towards You
  4. Pull out the extension and the stacker on the ADF paper chute (cover). Pull out the extension on the ADF paper chute (cover) and open the stacker. Pull out the extension.
    Pulling Out the Extension
    Pulling Out the Extension and Opening the Stacker
    Pulling Out the Extension
  5. Configure the settings for a profile.
    1. Click the [Scan] button in the upper left of the Main Window of ScanSnap Home to display the Scan Window.
      Windows

      If the main window is not already displayed, refer to To Display the Main Window.

      Mac OS

      If the main window is not already displayed, click the [ScanSnap Home] icon ScanSnap Home Icon in the application list that appears when you click Launchpad in the Dock.

       

    2. Click Add Profiles to display the [Add new profile] Window.
    3. Select a template profile for the cloud service in which scanned images are to be saved, from [Cloud services (via a client application)] located in the template list on the left side of the window.
    4. Select a document type in [Document type detection].
    5. Make sure that the following option is selected for [Type].
      Windows

      PC (Scan to file)

      Mac OS

      Mac (Scan to file)

       

    6. Make sure that the following path is specified for [Save to].
      • For Dropbox, Google Drive, and OneDrive

        The sync folder that is set in a client application\ScanSnap

        Example:

        When [Dropbox] is selected from the template list

        C:\Users\user\Documents\Dropbox\ScanSnap

      • For Evernote

        Windows

        In [Save to], specify the same folder as the one which was specified in [import folders] in Evernote for Windows.

        For details about how to create a folder in [import folders], refer to the Evernote for Windows Help.

        Mac OS

        In [Save to], specify the [Evernote] folder that was created in the place of your choice.

         

    7. Check that the cloud service in which scanned images are to be saved, is specified for [Send to].
    8. If necessary, change other settings.
    9. Click the [Add] button.
  6. Scan a document.
    1. In the home screen on the touch panel, select the profile that you have configured from the profile list. From the profile list in the scan window, select a profile that you have configured.
    2. Load the document in the ADF paper chute (cover) of the ScanSnap. Insert the document straight into the feeding section of the ScanSnap, with the scanning side facing up.

      Load the document face-down and head-first with the back facing you (when loading multiple documents, the last page is on the top). Adjust the number of documents so that they do not go beyond Mark That Indicates the Maximum Number of Documents to Be Loaded within the side guides when they are loaded.

      Loading a Document
      Loading a Document

      Make sure that the document is fed into the ScanSnap and is held firmly.

      Inserting a Document
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    3. Align the side guides with both ends of the document.

      Hold each side guide in the middle to adjust them. Otherwise, the document may be fed skewed.

      Adjusting the Side Guides
      Adjusting the Side Guides
    4. Press the [Scan] button in the home screen on the touch panel to scan the document. Press the [Scan] button to scan the document. Press the [Scan/Stop] button to start scanning the document.

      To continue scanning, insert the next document to be scanned. When the document is inserted, scanning starts automatically.

    5. Press the [Scan/Stop] button to finish scanning the document.

Images created from the document that you scanned are saved in a cloud service via a client application for the cloud service.

To check the scanned images, log into the cloud service that is specified for the save destination.

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  • You can receive a notification on your computer about the transfer status or errors for the scanned images after the scanning of documents is complete.

    For details, refer to Specifying Actions of ScanSnap Home.