Auto-managed documents

Find everything in seconds

Unlike documents scattered across different inboxes and file systems, files exchanged via Teebly are securely (self-)organized and easy to find back. Smart tags and information extraction speed up your workflows, so you can spend less time organizing and more with your clients.

Turn your files into data and actions

Find that one document with zero effort

Search every file that’s been exchanged with your clients or colleagues. No need to remember cryptic document names. Just search for any word or term it contained and we'll present you with matching files at lightning speed. And if you archive a document, its contents remain searchable for future reference.

Automagically organized

No more dragging documents between folders. Teebly automatically categorizes and tags all documents you exchange with clients and colleagues. If you prefer a different grouping, just change it and Teebly learns your preferences over time. The result: a tailored, automated data room for all your documents where you find everything in seconds.

Turn documents into knowledge

Your documents contain valuable information for you and your clients. Teebly turns all those documents into actionable data. We find and extract payment information, dates or versions - even from pictures - and provide this data for you to use in other systems. For example, download complete booking records right into your accounting software for super fast payment processing.

Filter, slice and dice

Whether you want to see all contracts of the last six months, all files posted between you and one client or all invoices related to `project X` - with Teebly it's fast and straightforward. You can granularly filter, slice and dice all your files, and save your search query for next time. Easy.

Keep your files secure

Fully encrypted, only accessible by you and whoever you allow to see it - be it clients or colleagues. For forever, or a limited time period. Also, set automated archiving and deletion rules to comply with GDPR and archiving laws.

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