A Comprehensive Guide on How To Collect Video Submissions

Collect video applications, testimonials,  video messages from family and friends, and presentations for your event or church.

Accepting video submissions is easy—as long as you pick the right way to collect videos and as long as you plan out your process before you begin. Whether you are running an online contest, collecting videos for you an event or summit, or just some family video collecting large video files can be trickier.

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Mortgage Documents and Email – What you Should Know

The mortgage process is sensitive and timely. Without the proper steps, a mortgage closing could be delayed, which could hurt an entire channel of people involved in the process. Today, most loan processes take place over the phone or online. The days of meeting clients in their homes or at the local coffee shop are behind us.

But that leaves mortgage companies with a serious problem – document collection. You need documents fast to get the process rolling.

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Why you need a Client Portal for your Accounting Firm

Transforming the conventional business model into the online model is an advantageous alternative for business organizations to keep pace with the competitive market players. The outbreak of COVID-19 has turned this option into an obligation for ensuring the survival of a business. The same goes for any professionals who deliver expert service to its clients.

Today accounting firms are experiencing the challenge of communicating with their clients. Clients of accountants are diverse. Some of their institutional clients have a great knack for technology while some are averse and conservative in terms of using technology. But accountants used to manage them through using digital information and communication technologies or through reaching them directly before the global pandemic. Now the main challenge is to make all the clients depend on technologies for delivering accounting services.

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Why you Need Mortgage Document Portal for your Mortgage Company

Documentation collection is one of the most tedious parts of mortgage processing. It can hold up the loan process and even cause loan denials if you aren’t careful. If too much time passes or clients just give up, it can leave you with unclosed loans in your pipeline which means a loss of revenue.

Even with a human mortgage processor, there are only so many hours in the day for him/her to get the work done. A processor does more than collect documents too, which means he/she needs to multi-task to get everything done on time, but sometimes it’s too much even for the best processor.

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How to create a file upload form for Microsoft One Drive or Share Point

Microsoft Forms is a simple, lightweight app that lets you easily create surveys, quizzes, and polls. Microsoft Forms are great for educational institutions and business organizations.

With Microsoft Forms, you can easily build a form that will store your entries in an Excel spreadsheet. This is great if you are already using other Microsoft products.

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How to Create a File Upload Form for Google Drive

Whether it’s a small survey or a school assignment, if you are a Google user, then Google Forms is a good alternative when you need to collect information from multiple people.

With Google Forms, you can easily build a form that will store all entries in a Google Sheet. However, do keep in mind that this has some limitations.

Another alternative is using a solution like File Request Pro to create a form connected to Google Drive.

Let’s dive into some differences between Google Forms and File Request Pro

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Uploading Files to Google Drive from WordPress

If you frequently need your customers to upload a file on your WordPress site, you’ll likely want to place them on a cloud storage provider like Google Drive.

By sending your file uploads to a cloud storage provider such as Google Drive or OneDrive, you will not only have a backup if a disaster, but you will save a lot of time downloading and organizing files.
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Google Drive Uploader – Building a Drag and Drop form for Google Drive

Would you like to anonymously receive files in Google Drive? Provide your customers and colleagues with a simple-to-use drag and drop file upload page? With the need to use users IDs, google accounts, or complex requirements?

In this post, I’m sharing a method to build a branded file uploader that’s fully sync with your Google Drive account. All this without coding or complex scripts.

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