At DocumentCloud, we’ve always recognized a document is so much more than just its contents. We’re pleased to announce the DocumentCloud Beta has been recently updated with the ability to edit a given document’s title, source, description, related article URL, and published URL.
DocumentCloud has historically offered its users the ability to upload documents in many different file formats. The latest upgrades to the DocumentCloud Beta bring this functionality to our new platform, allowing users to upload nearly any document file with ease.
DocumentCloud has long offered a number of options when it comes to making documents easier to search, including support for OCR, which “reads” through text that’s saved as images to make it searchable. With the latest upgrades to the DocumentCloud Beta, we’re expanding support from 22 languages to 103, so whether you’re analyzing a document in Afrikaans or Yiddish, or anything in between, we’ve got you covered.
WordPress is the most popular content management system on the web. With a significant number of newsrooms using WordPress under the hood, our existing DocumentCloud WordPress plugin has been a crucial bridge to bring primary source documents to the masses. Now, the plugin has been updated to fully support DocumentCloud and the new DocumentCloud Beta.
One of DocumentCloud’s most powerful and visible features is sharing documents and notes. Embed your document in your article or website. Share the link to a note within your document. Here’s how to do it in the DocumentCloud Beta.