The import history gives you a comprehensive overview of all the files and emails that have been uploaded to your folder. 

You can easily see each file that has been uploaded, find out who sent it to your folder and how that file has been processed by Datamolino.

If you are uploading files through the web interface, you will be redirected to the Import History screen each time you click Done  after you finished importing files. 

Import History - basic functions

The File History tab

This is a chronological view of all the files that have entered your folder. Each files is one record. So if you uploaded 10 files in one go, you will see 10 lines. If an email contained 5 files, you will see 5 lines in the File History tab. 

The Email History tab

This tab filters out incoming emails so you can see the sender, the email subject, as well as the number of uploaded documents and the time of upload.

The File Duplicates tab

Previously file duplicates have been shown inside the Folder.  Now you can review the duplicates in the Import History. You can click to see the original upload, delete the duplicate or decide to process it again. 

The Skipped Files tab

Sometimes your emails include files that are not supported by Datamolino. All of these uploads will appear in the Skipped Filed of the Import history.

Filter Import History

There is a simple way to filter your imports. You can filter by start date , end date , file name  or email address . Just fill out one of the filtering criteria and click Filter to see your results. 

Import Detail

If you uploaded a multi-page PDF or a ZIP file that included multiple documents, you can see the breakdown of the processing results in the Upload detail.

How to access Import History

Click on the Import files split-button inside your folder to see a link to Import History. Or click on the folder name on the top right of your screen to reveal a menu that gives you the same link.

The Import History is also accessible from each Document Detail when you click the "3 dots" button inside the invovice.  

(Launched on May 9th, 2018)

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