Deskfirst lets you drag-and-drop files onto a user-friendly, online desktop that you can share with teams, stakeholders, and clients.
With Deskfirst, you can create online desktops for projects, each with its own name, branding, storage limits, and sharing permissions.
Thanks to this platform’s familiar UI, all you gotta do is drag and drop your files like you’re using a desktop—but it’s completely online, accessed directly from your browser!
Plus, the built-in file explorer lets you upload your files across multiple folder windows simultaneously.
Drag and drop files just like you would using a desktop!
You can share your online desktops via email to let your team and clients access everything directly from their browsers.
Deskfirst even lets you set granular permissions: Viewer, Editor, and Manager, so you’re always in control of your projects.
For quick access, you’ll be able to create view-only links that let people open important assets without any editing permissions.
Share online desktops via email or a shareable link with 100% control over user permissions!
Whether you’re working internally or with clients, Deskfirst makes it easy to create an online desktop that fits your unique brand.
You’ll be able to customize background colors, logos, add cover images, as well as arrange your brand assets in whatever order works for you.
Want to make it look even more polished? Browse the integrated Unsplash library and choose a background image for your online desktop.
Customize the background colors, images, and embed a logo for every desktop.
If you are frequently working with media files, Deskfirst’s got you covered with its built-in gallery and media player!
You can use the gallery and media player to view photos, watch videos, or play audio files of various formats directly from the platform—no extra tools required!
That means you’ll get everything you need to share deliverables with stakeholders and create unique workspaces for your clients.
Gallery and Media player
View photos and videos using the built-in image gallery and media player.
Projects are already complicated enough without messy file storage and constant back-and-forth. (“My favorite thing about collaborating is the sweet relief of signing off.”)