Why should I use SLIM Companion Explorer?

SLIM Companion Explorer increases adoption, provides a powerful migration solution and increases user productivity. Specifically, SLIM Companion Explorer provides the following functionalities:

  • mimics File Explorer in a browser providing an easy-to-use and familiar interface
  • supports content migrations
  • offers email integration
  • provides content reporting capabilities

The key features are:

  • intuitive interface and easy access to standard functionality such as Word Online
  • preview emails (plus directly open attachments) in the browser
  • email documents stored in SharePoint / OneDrive for Business as attachments
  • upload large folder structures (10's of GB's)
  • highly scalable (1 user, 10 users, 100 users, 1000 users, ...)
  • filter items using quick search
  • advanced search features (filters, sort, save as CSV) 
  • download large folder structures (100's of GB's)
  • support for custom metadata
  • extract properties from commonly used file formats such as msg, eml, pdf, docx, pptx, xlsx, jpg, tiff, png, wma, wmv, mp3, mp4, mov, doc, xls, dng, …).
  • map source properties like modification date, path, ... to SharePoint columns
  • keep original modification date for documents
  • expand zip files in the browser without downloading
  • easy to deploy (no software installs)
  • supports SharePoint Online,  OneDrive for Business, SharePoint 2013,  SharePoint 2016 and SharePoint 2019.
  • supports Chrome, Edge, Opera and FireFox on Windows clients
  • supports Chrome, FireFox en Safari op macOS (OS X)
  • compatible with Document Libraries, Picture Libraries and Asset Libraries
  • content reporting (e.g. identify documents with many versions, checked-out documents, ...) 
  • cater for libraries exceeding the 5000 List View Threshold
  • fast by using parallel processes and smart caching techniques



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