January 22, 2013
By Ian J. Twombly
Foreflight said recently that all users can now manage documents across multiple users in the cloud with its Foreflight Documents feature. With this capability any user who is connected through a group subscription can update a document and it will update across the group.
The documents feature is enabled by Dropbox, a cloud-based document storage site. Depending on the amount of document storage necessary, this will be a free signup. Once the user has Dropbox access, the process is seamless and automatic.
While the feature was previously available only for corporate customers, users must now have a Foreflight Pro subscription to enable Foreflight Documents. For more information on how the process works, r ead Foreflight’s blog on the announcement.
Flight Training Editor Ian J. Twombly joined AOPA in 2003 and is an instrument flight instructor.
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