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Full user review
Print to NeatWorks using the PDF button in the print dialogue.
Drag and drop info from the scanned image to the database fields (if it is not accomplished automatically).
No graphical reports.
Creating smart folders is somewhat confusing and unintuitive. Also, the number of criteria used for creating them is limited.
Nice improvements with each update. I previously used Receipt Wallet (now called Paperless) v1.x, and there were frequent crashes. Also, I constantly needed to send files to the app twice, because it would never work the first time. NeatWorks has crashed on me only once, and the ability to drag data from the original to the database is a huge plus.