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How To Install and Use the ScanSnap Integration

Objective:

  • To install and use the Fujitsu ScanSnap integration

Environment:

  • Clio Manage
  • ScanSnap Scanner

Additional Information:

Use of the ScanSnap integration requires the installation of either ScanSnap Manger or ScanSnap Home (will depend on your scanner model) and Clio Launcher. 

Procedure:

First install ScanSnap Home or ScanSnap Manager and Clio Launcher to use the integration:

  1. If you have the existing version of Clio Launcher, or Clio Uploader installed, you will first need to uninstall these.
  2. Install Clio Launcher per the instructions here.
  3. Install the ScanSnap driver for ScanSnap Home, or ScanSnap Manager, depending on your scanner model here.
  4. Connect Clio Launcher to ScanSnap via the instructions below (note there are different instructions for ScanSnap Home users and ScanSnap Manager users).

For ScanSnap Home Users - Instructions for connecting Clio Launcher to ScanSnap Home:

  1. Add Clio Launcher to ScanSnap Home Application List by following these steps:
    1. Open ScanSnap Home and click the blue Scan button in the top left corner.
    2. Click the Plus button to add a new profilepasted_image_0__1_.png 
    3. Scroll down to Application, click Clio Launcher, and click Add to complete the installationpasted_image_0__2_.png

For ScanSnap Manager users - Instructions for connecting Clio Launcher to ScanSnap Manager (PC):

  1. Open Scansnap Manager
  2. Click Settings
  3. If the Quick Menu is selected, de-select it
  4. Under the Profile dropdown click Add Profile
  5. Name your profile (i.e. Scan to Clio), and click OK
  6. Select the Application tab
  7. Click Add or Remove
  8. Click Browse
  9. Find the Application file (this can sometimes be found under a hidden folder)
  10. Name the application (i.e. Clio Launcher)
  11. Click OK to return to the "Add/Remove" window
  12. Click Close
  13. In the ScanSnap Manager, under the Application tab, select Clio Launcher from the dropdown
  14. Click Apply
  15. Left-click the ScanSnap Manager icon and Scan to Clio
  16. Put the paper you wish to scan in the scanner according to the instructions
  17. Press the scanner button to start a scan

For ScanSnap Manager users - Instructions for connecting Clio Launcher to ScanSnap Manager (Mac):

Note for Mac users: macOS Catalina users with scanner models S1500, S1500M, or S1300 will be unable to use the Fujitsu ScanSnap integration as Fujitsu ScanSnap has ended support of ScanSnap Manager on Catalina OS. Mac users with scanner models S1500, S1500M, or S1300 can continue to use this integration by not upgrading to Catalina OS or by upgrading to a newer model scanner.

  1. Open Scansnap Manager
  2. Click Settings
  3. If the Quick Menu is selected, de-select it
  4. Under the Profile dropdown click Add Profile
  5. Name your profile (i.e. Scan to Clio), and click OK
  6. Select the Application tab
  7. Click Add or Remove
  8. Click Browse
  9. Find the Application file (this can sometimes be found under a hidden folder)
  10. Name the application (i.e. Clio Launcher)
  11. Click OK to return to the "Add/Remove" window
  12. Click Close
  13. In the ScanSnap Manager, under the Application tab, select Clio Launcher from the dropdown
  14. Click Apply
  15. Left-click the ScanSnap Manager icon and Scan to Clio
  16. Put the paper you wish to scan in the scanner according to the instructions
  17. Press the scanner button to start a scan

Scanning files into Clio via Clio Launcher:

To perform a scan from your scanner to Clio, ensure you have Clio Launcher selected, and then click the blue Scan button to perform the scan. You can also click the scan button directly from your scanner.

When the scan is complete, Clio Launcher will display on the desktop where you can select the destination of the document (a specific matter or root documents section).

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