Introducing a #BetterWayToWork

Using feedback from more than 80,000 business customers and 20 million business users, Citrix ShareFile continues to drive innovation for secure workflows and business collaboration. Already named a leader in Gartner’s Magic Quadrant for three straight years, ShareFile now gives customers an even #BetterWayToWork, helping them be even more productive.

So what’s new for ShareFile?

A new web-based dashboard and interface:

  • Recently opened files are easily accessible.
  • Users can do more in less time with easy-to-find actions and a clean, straightforward design that enhances productivity.
  • Quick access to tutorials and links are available upon log-in to guide users step-by-step.

Simpler ways to collaborate with teams and clients with built-in feedback and approval workflows:

  • Get feedback, request approvals, and e-signatures — all within ShareFile’s web interface.
  • Effortlessly track feedback and approvals in real time with the ability to set due dates and view status at any time.
  • Eliminate the need to send documents via email and track for version control.


The new content viewer provides a better, more convenient way to view every file:

  • Users see a clear view of 60+ file types without the need to wait for downloads and have the ability to preview the most common file formats – including PDFs – without having to leave the web browser.
  • Users can conveniently share files, request feedback and approvals through workflows – right from the viewer.

 Over the next few weeks, we will roll out these new features to new and current customers. Our customer care team is always available to answer questions.

Welcome to the #BetterWayToWork. We are so excited to be on this journey of productivity and collaboration with you.

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About the Author

Beth Anne Ballance joined the Citrix ShareFile team in 2015 as the Social Media Marketing Manager. A Raleigh native, she graduated from UNC-Greensboro as the Joseph M. Bryan Scholar and was named TIME's 8th Sassiest Brand on Twitter.