What’s in FontAgent Server?

FontAgent Server integrates a variety of font management services into its FontFlex™ foundation to serve the needs of organizations of any size.
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FontAgent Terminology

FontAgent adds a layer of lingo to font and typography terminology. Here's a list of some terms that describe font management functionality in FontAgent servers and clients.
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Expiring Font Assignments in FontAgent Server

FontAgent Server lets you auto-expire the assignment of FontFlex objects to each other so you can recall fonts and sets from users and groups at the end of projects and contractor engagements.
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Using Expo to Find Free Assets

Use Expo's embedded web browser to discover images, videos, fonts and other digital assets to add to your collection. Create your own list of favorite sites to search for assets.
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FontAgent CloudServer Supports Azure Active Directory

FontAgent CloudServer now includes Microsoft Azure Active Directory integration. The result is a simple, seamless solution for using Azure AD for single sign-on and directory permissions for managing cloud-based font distribution across the enterprise.
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FontAgent 7.1 Mac Adds Group by Family and Foundry

The Table View in FontAgent 7.1 for Mac now includes checkboxes for grouping fonts by Family and Foundry. The release is free for purchasers of Version 7.
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Using Metadata to Find Fonts Fast

Explore all the metadata available in FontAgent find the right fonts for your creative projects. You’ll see how having all that metadata at your fingertips revolutionizes your creative workflow.
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When Do You Have Too Many Fonts?

Every day, we talk to FontAgent users who have font collections of all sizes. Many users have tens of thousands of fonts, and there are some who have more than 100,000 fonts. So how many fonts is too many?
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Using the Expo Express Menu Widget

One of the most powerful ways to streamline your workflow with the Expo creative asset manager is to use its Express Widget to view, filter and utilize assets without opening Expo's main application window.
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Expo: Who Needs Folder Hierarchies?

Moving to Expo and already have your assets organized in Mac folders? You can tell Expo to tag them with the folder names as it imports them.
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