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Try out Visiodocs

Learn using Visiodocs by simply trying it out, and read about the details in the User Guide, which can be launched from the Visiodocs application. Further information we have compiled into the list below.


You don’t need to be a computer wiz to be in control of your document collection. Visiodocs is for everyone! All you need to do is:  


1. Hit Login in the top menu of  

2. Log in with your Google or Facebook account (or sign up with your email).  

3. Add your first documents and feel the overview.


See the Quick Guide in the beginning of the User Guide to learn about the Visiodocs layout, and for more information about the primary features.

Login options


You can log into Visiodocs with your existing Google or Facebook account (federated login). This is recommended by many as a both convenient and safe method, where you do not have to handle a separate password specifically for Visiodocs. When using a federated login, you are shortly redirected to Google or Facebook to get authenticated, before returning to Visiodocs. You can also choose to log in to Visiodocs using email and password. To do this, you initially need to sign up to Visiodocs, providing name, email and a unique, safe password. Regardless of which login method you use, you can choose the option ‘Keep me logged in’. When used, your browser stores the authentication information needed to log in for next time you visit Docavea. Use only ‘Keep me logged in’ when you are the only user of the computer account or device.Note that each of the login methods create a separate account in Visiodocs. To avoid confusion, Visiodocs displays in the login page the login method last used. Once logged in, you do have the option to change login method in the user account dialog.

Shortcut on home screen and desktop


Visiodocs is a ‘SaaS’ application (Software as a Service), that offer you the same application and the same features, whether you use it on the desktop, tablet or smart phone. There is nothing that needs installing, as you are always running the latest release from in you web browser.


You start Visiodocs directly by browsing to In your browser you can then choose to bookmark the web address for future convenience.


In most browsers you can also create a Visiodocs shortcut directly in your device’s home screen or desktop, so that you can open Visiodocs the same way you open classic installed apps. This browser option is typically called ‘Add to Home Screen’ or ‘Create shortcut’. When opening Visiodocs from such a shortcut, the browser’s address bar will typically be hidden to provide more room for the web content.

Supported file types


Internally Visiodocs operates with PDF files, but most office and image formats are also supported, and will be automatically converted to PDF (Apple iWork is not supported). The list of supported formats match the growing list of files supported by LibreOffice. Currently .doc, .docx, .ppt, .pptx, .xls, .xlsx, .odt, .odp, .ods, .jpg, .jpeg, .png, .tiff are supported world-side. I certain regions we support eml in addtion to a.m. mentioned formats.


You can also convert most files yourself, as Windows, macOS etc. has build-in PDF printer drivers. Simply open you existing document and print it to a PDF file. This also allows you to adjust the layout, e.g. when you convert spreadsheets or CAD into PDF pages. The PDF printer driver is also a convenient way of converting web pages into PDF.

Project capacity


To ensure consistant performance Visiodocs has restricted the capacity to the following limits per project:

Max. number of documents:                      5.000

Max. number of pages:                                50.000

Max. document size:                                     1000 Mbytes

Max. bundles size:                                          1000 Mbytes

Max. number of annotations:                     5.000

Read PDF documents containing comments


When you add a PDF document containing comments, these comments are shown i Visiodocs as pop-ups the same way they are show in Acrobat. Note, that in order to read embedded comments, the Visiodocs annotatations tools must be switched off.

Supported devices


Visiodocs is a cloud-based software, meaning that you get the same application and the same features whether you access Visiodocs on the desktop, tablet or smart phone. To make this possible, the web browser you use need to support moderne standards.


Visiodocs supports newest versions of these operating systems:  






Chrome OS


Visiodocs supports newest versions of these web browsers:  




Edge (Chromium edition)

Payment information


Visiodocs PRO comes as a monthly or yearly subscription. You subscribe and unsubscribe directly from within Visiodocs (user menu) by opening a separate payment window provided by the online reseller does not pass any payment transaction information to Visiodocs, only information about the selected type of subscription.


Your PRO subscription will begin when you save your payment information with Paid Subscriptions automatically renew until cancelled. accepts payments by Mastercard, Visa, Paypal and several other methods.

Please contact, if you would like to set-up an enterprise account.


For further details and support see Paddle Knowledge Base and Paddle Buyer Terms and Conditions.

Restore a project or account


Visiodocs automatically creates a backup of all the individual projects and the user account changes once a day. You can restore any of these objects separately by going to the restore page (also available in the user account dialog). Note that you may be asked to login first. Try to enter this URL if the Visiodocs app will not load.

Scrollbar in dialogs on MacOS


If you are using a non-Apple mouse like a Logitech mouse, unnecessary scrollbars might be shown in places like dialogs. You can remove the scrollbars by going into System Preferences / General and setting “Show scroll bars” to “When scrolling”.


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