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We are happy to announce a new version of SAP Mobile Documents. SAP Mobile Documents 1.0 SP5 brings new features and more stability.

The highlights

  • Recycle bin for the cloud edition
  • New Windows Native Client (Windows Phone and tablets)
  • Access files from other apps (e.g. MS Office 365 apps) supporting Apple’s Document Provider extension
  • Swipe actions on iOS devices
  • Use Apple Watch to control presentations
  • Usability and stability features
  • Integration Scenarios with SAP Jam and SAP Product Lifecycle Management (PLM)


The complete list of new features is available in the release notes. For a quick overview you can check out our What’s New in SP5? presentation.

See below to get a first impression of the highlights.

You can find the new versions in the download section at http://scn.sap.com/community/mobile-documents.

Try out SP05 features with our free trial on the SAP HANA Cloud Platform at http://hcp.sap.com! Our blog How to Enable Content Services for Your HCP Trial Account in 3 Minutes describes how to obtain a trial account, and the first steps to productivity.

Get a first impression of the new highlights:


Recycle bin for the cloud edition

In the cloud we now offer a recycle bin for your documents. When you delete documents unintentionally or decide that you still need documents recently deleted you can now easily restore them.

New Windows Native Client

With SP5 we extend the list of supported mobile clients to include Windows Tablet and Windows Phone

Windows Tablet client:

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Windows Phone client:

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Access files from other apps (e.g. MS Office 365 apps) supporting Apple’s Document Provider extension

You can now access files from other applications supporting Apple’s Document Provider extension to open files and save them back in SAP Mobile Documents. You can also import documents directly to SAP Mobile Documents from other applications supporting Apple’s Document Picker. In the screenshots below you see this functionality used from within the Office 365 application.

Open a document in an Office 365 app from SAP Mobile Documents:

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Save back into SAP Mobile Documents from an Office 365 app:

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Swipe actions on iOS devices

We defined the most used actions as swipe actions. When swiping your finger now from right to left over a document you receive the option to enable the document for offline sync, to send or delete it.

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Use Apple Watch to control presentations

Use the Apple Watch Mobile Documents app to control presentations.

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Integration Scenarios with SAP Jam and SAP Product Lifecycle Management (PLM)

New members of the content network using SAP Mobile Documents are SAP Jam and SAP Product Lifecycle Management (PLM). Benefits of the integration for SAP Jam is to be able to connect to back-end applications using end-to-end single sign-on. PLM is able to expose the files stored in the application to all connectivity points of SAP Mobile Documents including its ready-to-use clients.

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