Calling All Beta Testers

Calling All Beta Testers

21:42 06 December in Announcements
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About to head embark upon a research trip and want a better way to organize the thousands of images that you’re about to produce? For the last six months we have been busily working on Confero 2.0 and are about to begin beta testing! Confero 2.0 contains a variety of additional useful features including the ability to organize files alphabetically or by date created; input batch names using QR codes; split, merge, and delete batch capabilities; as well as TIFF compatibility to better preserve your images.

We expect to have the beta test ready by mid-December but could send users QR codes if plan to embark upon research trips in the interim.

All beta testers will be required to fill out a feedback form, and will receive a free copy of the final release of Confero 2.0 in return for their participation.

Those interested in participating should contact Daniel Heidt asap and list their profession and operating system.

Here’s a sneak preview:

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Dan Heidt

Co-founder
Dan obtained his history PhD from Western University in 2014, and is currently a postdoctoral fellow at Trent University. His studies led him to innovate new and efficient techniques to economize academic research. As a co-founder if WI he continues to hone photography, organizing and analyzing strategies for social science, humanities, and science researchers. Over the years, he worked or co-supervised half a dozen Research Assistants. His research to-date has taken him to over a dozen archives located across Canada, the United States and England.

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