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Quick Fields Research

posted on February 18, 2014

Hi everyone,

We’re working on improving performance for the Upcoming Quick Fields Session Manager and I had a couple quick questions that I would love some user and VAR feedback on:

  1. Approximately how many sessions do you have?
  2. Approximately how many document classes do you have in total?
  3. What is the most document classes you’ve seen in a session?
  4. What is the most sessions you’ve seen in a company (not per installation)?
  5. How many document classes do you usually have per session?
  6. How many users (both the normal range and maximum) have you seen associated with Quick Fields in a single company?


Any more generalizations on numbers would be helpful. 


Thank you!

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replied on April 2, 2014

I'm a little late to the game, but seeing as how there's only one answer so far, here's some more input.


  1. 3
  2. 53
  3. 32
  4. 3
  5. Around 15
  6. We have 2 departments that use QuickFields, each with one primary user and one secondary user to do scanning when the primary is out. We then have IT responsible for setting up document classifications, so about 5 users in all.
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replied on April 2, 2014

Thank you very much for your response. As a followup question, what is your standard for doing revision on the documents processed by Quick Fields?

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replied on April 9, 2014

We basically use Quick Fields just for scanning documents, grouping them together, and filling out some metadata fields with OCR data. Any revisions/corrections are then done by workflow or through the Laserfiche client.

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replied on February 20, 2014

Matt, here's the responses for Cabarrus County (we have a smaller QuickFields base, but it works well for us):


1.)  6

2.)  4

3.)  2

4.)  I've only experienced QF with Cabarrus County, so, 6

5.)  We usually only have 1 doc class, in rare cases, we may have 2

6.)  We have approx. 5 people who interact with QF

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replied on February 20, 2014

Thank you very much for your response!

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replied on April 23, 2014

Hi Bradley,

I was wondering if you could give us a basic breakdown of how you go about doing revision on the documents Quick Fields processes. Where is it done? Who does it? What do they do? etc.


Thank you!

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replied on February 19, 2014

I'm creating some Quick Fields training material and have found myself asking some of these same questions. Having this feedback would be really helpful in catering this new training material to the needs of our users!

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