The Most Popular Paperless Articles of 2016

The Most Popular Paperless Articles of 2016

It’s time for the yearly DocumentSnap tradition. A look back at which DocumentSnap paperless articles were the most popular in 2016. If others are interested in these topics, perhaps you will be too.

The most popular paperless articles from 2016:

  1. Convert Excel To Google Sheets – Here's How
  2. Fix For ScanSnap Blinking Blue Light
  3. ScanSnap Cloud – Scan To The Cloud Without A Computer
  4. DropIt: Automatically Rename and Move PDFs On Windows
  5. ScanSnap on Sierra – Your Experience?
  6. ScanSnap Evernote Edition: Buy It Or A Normal ScanSnap?
  7. ScanSnap Included Software – iX500 Includes Nuance Power PDF
  8. ExportNote: Evernote Export Tool That Keeps Your Organization Structure
  9. How To Scan To Apple Notes (With A ScanSnap Or Any Scanner)
  10. Going Paperless In 5 Easy(ish) Steps

The most popular paperless articles of all time

So those are the most popular 2016 blog posts. Which posts are the most popular of all time? I’m glad you asked:

  1. How To Split PDF Documents Into Single Pages Using Mac OS X
  2. How To Fix PDF Search In Windows 7 and Windows 8 64-Bit (This one also applies to Windows 10, believe it or not!)
  3. How To Export Your Data Out Of Evernote
  4. How To Combine PDF Files in Mac OS X Using Automator To Make A Service
  5. Using Microsoft Office Document Imaging To OCR For Free
  6. Fujitsu ScanSnap On Windows 10 – Your Experience?
  7. Summarize Text Using Mac OS X Summarize Or Microsoft Word AutoSummarize
  8. Convert Microsoft Office To Google Docs Using Google Drive (Or Don't)
  9. ScanSnap Receipt – Initial Overview
  10. How To Rename PDFs in iBooks for iPad

As you work on your paperless journey in 2017, just remember — reading blog posts (even mine) can only get you so far. The main thing is taking action. What is your next action this year and when are you planning on achieving it?

If you’d like some public accountability, leave it in the comments below or at the DocumentSnap Facebook page.

Happy New Year!

About the Author

Brooks Duncan helps individuals and small businesses go paperless. He's been an accountant, a software developer, a manager in a very large corporation, and has run DocumentSnap since 2008. You can find Brooks on Twitter at @documentsnap or @brooksduncan. Thanks for stopping by.

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Wade Allen - June 14, 2017 Reply

Dear Brooks,
I signed up for your Webinar probably over a year ago and you started trying to help inform and teach me about going paperless, unfortunately at that time I was in the middle of getting my new business going and did not have the time to focus on that, so I put that on hold until I can really get going on my record keeping and Management Software. Incidentally, I was able to absorb enough of what videos I did watch and I have set up my Billing Via Quick Books and a friend recommended File Center and helped me set that up, but I hate it as I am an iOS guy. So to cut right to the reason I am sending you this note is, I am a Carrier that Transports Freight Coast to Coast, I purchased a brand new Tractor and Trailer and am doing the driving myself, I am able to bring my Scan Snap on the road with me and am now ready to Re do my whole process. It starts with the Rate Confirmation from the Freight Broker, that is the document that is required on every load and has the negotiated rate, then comes the Bill Of Lading, that is issued to me or my driver when the load is picked up and states what is in that load and quantity, etc, that document is my money, when the load is then delivered, the receiver off loads the freight, checks that the count is right and that there is no damage and then signs the BOL. Then in order for me to get paid I scan in the BOL and the rate Con with my invoice that I generate from Quick books and email that to the billing Dept of the company that I hauled for.
I know this sounds simple, but it is not a good system and I need to find a better way, Trucking is so regulated and now that I am ready to hire some drivers and add more trucks to my fleet I realize the Importance of a good TMS Trucking Management Software.
I thought that I would start with the man who wrote the book on paperless organization, I think if you might have any suggestions for not only software that I might be able to take a look at find a person or company such as yourself that, I might be able to hire to get my back office all set up with my ELD (Electronic Log Device), the mandate is December 16 and paper log books will be a thing of the past.
I want to once again, thank you for your continued emails and very informative information, I just can’t wait to get my new process in place and I thought that even though you most likely don’t do much with semi trucks, you might have a couple of ideas of where I could begin and don’t worry if this is way out of what you do, I totally understand.

I sincerely appreciate and respect what you do and have done and the way you process your teaching tools and hope that we can some day talk.

Kind Regards

Wade D. Allen
President
Elite Transportation Inc
DOT 2799661
MC. 935063

Maz Mcgreal - January 15, 2017 Reply

Thanks Brooks. I just watched your Evernote Webinar and as a new user of about a year I am still trying to get a grip on it. Your webinar was fantastic and I can certainly approach going paperless with more confidence.
Most appreciative Maz

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