A Quickie with the MyQ Expert | Episode 16: Scan with your Phone
The MyQ Quickie series will help you get up close and personal with the functions of our user-friendly print solution. No heavy IT slang, no hi-tech showing off. Only Rami, our laid-back MyQ Expert, and practical examples of how to process your documents daily with MyQ.
A Ratata, Caterpie, or a hot Tinder date are not the only things you can capture with your phone – MyQ Roger broadens the possibilities to paper files as well. This means you can take out your Android/iOS catching net and collect any (colorful) document you find interesting and worth putting on your cloud drive display.
It’s fairly easy – you open the MyQ Roger app, start the “scan with camera” action (or any of your pre-set scanning workflows), aim the phone at the flyer/contract/manual, press the button and there you have it. No need for pro-photographer precision – the app will automatically focus just on the doc. After capturing comes the polishing part – crop your digital bounty, set to high-contrasting black-and-white (if you like), rename it, and send it directly to your chosen cloud folder. All in one uninterrupted scanning flow.
However, the real perk is this: as long as you’re connected to the Internet, you can scan anytime, anywhere. Take the document adventurer Rami, for example, who submerged into the metropolis jungle and scanned a thank-you note on a tram. Neat, right? Where’s the document capture journey gonna take YOU?
Hi all, I'm Rami, your MyQ expert.
A scan is essentially just an image of something.
It's usually done by scanners but we can also create images with a camera and most of us got one in our pockets all the time, taking pictures of our faces, or nature or food.
But hey, what if i need a scan of a document? And? Ever wonder why we can't just use our phone?
With MyQ Roger now you can have something scanned with just this! As with all MyQ Roger videos, all you need is just your phone and the document in question. You log in into the app and take a photo of the document at hand. You don't have to be extra precise with the photo because the app will center and focus on just the document by itself.
Whoosh! Name your file and send it off to your cloud destination!
Feels good to use what you already have in new ways.
Thank you for watching and i'll see you guys later!