Qsirch Helper allows users to search both their NAS and the Internet at the same time, enhancing the file search scale and range QNAP Systems, recently announced that Qsirch has been updated with the useful Firefox extension - Qsirch Helper – after Google extension released on March 2016. According to a new report on April 2016, Firefox has overtaken Microsoft’s Internet Explorer and Edge browser on marketshare for the first time with reach of 15.6%, ahead of IE and Edges’ cumulative reach of 15.5%, while Chrome still dominates with over 60% of desktop web traffic globally. Therefore, QNAP updates Qsirch Helper with Firefox extension and encourages its big fans to use. Enhanced file search experience Qsirch Helper allows users to search both their NAS and the Internet at the same time, enhancing the file search scale and range. When using Google search engine on Firefox browser, Qsirch Helper will simultaneously search for the same keyword on the NAS and quickly identify files, and conveniently display search results from QNAP NAS alongside those from Google, allowing for an instant and clear review. “Our research and development team is devoted to optimising full-text search technology and simplifying the file search process on NAS with powerful Qsirch Helper. We updated Qsirch with comprehensive search enhancements, hoping to complete an intelligent searching process just with one-click.” said Cherry Chen, Product Manager of QNAP. Availability and compatibility Qsirch 2.2 is available from the QTS App Center. The Qsirch Helper of Firefox extension can be downloaded form from the Chrome web store. System Requirements: x86-based NAS models require at least 2GB RAM; ARM-based NAS models require at least 4GB RAM. Additional RAM is recommended for optimal performance. Firmware Requirement: QTS 4.2.0 (or newer). Save
The personalised filters in Qsirch 2.2 help to locate files with greater accuracy QNAP Systems launched the upgraded Qsirch 2.2 that adds the following features: personalised filters for improved search accuracy, enhanced email search for efficient management of stored emails, and document previewing for a better browsing experience. Qsirch is an exclusive search engine developed by QNAP. It supports over 6,000 file types to assist users in finding specific files stored on QNAP NAS within seconds. “To complement QNAP NAS as a huge data centre, ‘searchability’ is one of the key areas for increasing the value of stored data, and Qsirch is the best tool to realise optimised search capabilities for vast data storage and archiving,” said Cherry Chen, Product Manager of QNAP. Personalised Filters The personalised filters in Qsirch 2.2 help to locate files with greater accuracy. Users can flexibly choose search criteria for different file types. For example, photos can be filtered by camera model, resolution, or focal length; music by artist or album name; documents by creator, and more. Email search Qsirch 2.2 also provides a powerful email search. Users can customise search criteria (such as date, carbon copy, sender, and receiver) to efficiently search through .eml files and find specific emails stored on the NAS. Using Qsirch with QNAP’s email apps can make searching through and managing massive amounts of emails much easier. In addition to multimedia and email searching, Qsirch 2.2 strengthens its built-in data previewer for document reviewing. Google Docs™ and Office Online® are now available to directly review searched files, and to provide a better user experience. Availability & Compatibility Qsirch 2.2 is now available from the QTS App Centre. The Qsirch Helper Chrome extension is available from the Chrome Web Store. System Requirements: x86-based NAS models require at least 2GB RAM; ARM-based NAS models require at least 4GB RAM. Firmware Requirements: QTS 4.2.0 (or newer).
QNAP® Systems, Inc. recently announced their exclusive Qsirch 2.0 has been updated to include file distribution features to enable displaying search results by file categories, including photos, music, videos or documents, and users can customise the display of file distribution in order of date modified, file size or other criteria. The newly-released Qsirch 2.0 now runs file indexing as a background task and allows instant file sharing to enhance the user experience. Qsirch 2.0 also adds support for the ARM-based TS-531P QNAP NAS. Simple and quick file searching on QNAP NAS Qsirch 2.0 simplifies and quickens file searching on a QNAP NAS and helps users to find out specific files from a massive data pool by using content keywords. Qsirch 2.0 adds further improvements to optimise the overall experience based on extensive user responses and positive feedback. “Through customer behaviour analysis, we learned that searching tasks require detailed and particular settings and display modes. Qsirch 2.0 has been updated with comprehensive searching enhancements to achieve more precise search results, and to enable instant file sharing and smooth downloading.” said Cherry Chen, product manager of QNAP. Availability & compatibility Qsirch 2.0 is available from the QTS App Center for all x86-based NAS models that have a minimum of 2GB RAM. The ARM-based TS-531P requires at least 4GB RAM. Additional RAM is recommended for optimal performance. System Requirements: x86 models require 2GB RAM. The TS-531P requires 4GB RAM. Firmware Requirement: QTS 4.2.0 (or newer). File sharing function requires QTS 4.2.1 (or newer).
QNAP® Systems, Inc. recently released the latest CloudLink app that improves the remote access functions of the myQNAPcloud service, making it easy for users to access their QNAP devices anytime through the Internet without complicated domain redirection processes. By installing the CloudLink app, users can timely access the files on a QNAP NAS using myQNAPcloud ( www.myqnapcloud.com) or by sharing download links with contacts to track the task status. Users can also simultaneously download and sync files to a remote NAS from shared links without needing to first save them to a PC/Mac. QNAP is devoted to further developing myQNAPcloud services and in order to provide greater resources to this development, it will unfortunately require the discontinuation of support for MyCloudNAS from January 15, 2016. Allows users to sync or share files "The new Follow Shared Links feature breaks through file-sharing limitations and allows users to sync or share files as background tasks between two QNAP NAS without needing an intermediate computer, saving users time and effort in setting up complicated network configurations. To provide additional resources for further myQNAPcloud developments, we have regretfully decided to conclude our ongoing support for the MyCloudNAS service. We apologise for any inconvenience this causes our users, but we encourage them to try out the smooth remote connection functionality provided by the updated myQNAPcloud service," said Cherry Chen, Product Manager of QNAP. To experience the updated myQNAPcloud services, the QNAP NAS must use firmware QTS 4.2 (or newer) and have CloudLink 1.1.45 (or newer) installed from the QTS App Center.
QNAP® Systems, Inc. recently released the Qphoto mobile app for iOS®, allowing users to conveniently browse, upload, download and share photos stored on a QNAP NAS with their iPhone or iPad devices on the go. Manages photo collections Qphoto includes various ways for managing photo collections. Users can quickly search for photos by dates or tags, flexibly browse photos and videos via timeline, thumbnails, lists and folders, instantly upload/download media to/from a QNAP NAS, and easily share photos by email or social networks. The new Qphoto for iOS uniquely provides a customised design for vertical and horizontal layouts on iPad. “It is convenient to use an iPad with the vertical display while being easy to browse content in a horizontal view,” said Cherry Chen, product manager of QNAP. “Qphoto’s customised user interface can bring the best browsing experience for users no matter what display orientation theyuse their iPad with.” Qphoto for iOS adds support for the CloudLink remote access service, allowing users to easily browse photos and videos on their QNAP NAS when away from home or office. “We have received significant feedback from iOS users hoping to use the CloudLink service, and we are happy to add this feature when releasing the new Qphoto mobile app,” added Chen. The new Qphoto supports iOS devices with iOS 7 (and newer). To fully enjoy Qphoto’s complete features, users must upgrade their QNAP NAS firmware to QTS 4.2 (or newer) and install Photo Station (version 5.0 or newer) from the QTS App Center. Availability Qphoto is now available from the App Store on iOS devices.
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