A more efficient workflow

Mediaflow Content Hub is not just a place to store your files but also a system that streamlines your workflow through several intelligent features.

Share files with Web Shares

Web links are a convenient way to distribute and share files with people outside of Mediaflow, but also a way to gather materials.

The web link can be accessed without logging into the system - ideal for those working with external photographers, agencies, and printers. It's not just focused on images; you can use web links to share any files from Mediaflow instead of WeTransfer, Dropbox or Sprend.

Web Shares

Efficiently share and receive files for delivery, selection, or proofreading through a unique link. Ideal for workflows involving external photographers, agencies, printing companies, or within a large organisation.

Publish files in your branded Media Portal

With a Media Portal, you can distribute your files from Mediaflow, making them accessible to a broader audience.

For example, you can create a public press media bank for journalists that can be accessed from your website or an internal brand portal with restricted access on your intranet. Users can easily search for and browse through files, preview them, and download them in the formats you specify. If you want to reach a limited group, such as your employees, you can restrict access to a specific network or integrate the portal with your Active Directory.

Mediaflow's Media Portals are an add-on service.

Media Portals

With a Media Portal, you can distribute your files from Mediaflow, making them accessible to a wider audience. For instance, you can create a press media bank for journalists, accessible from your website or an internal Brand Portal on your intranet.

Integrations for a streamlined workflow

Mediaflow offers a range of pre-built integrations with popular CMS systems and software. You can control which files are visible to web editors within these respective systems from within Mediaflow.

Through the integration, web editors can easily find images, PDF files, and videos and incorporate them directly into their familiar CMS environment. Information about the publication is automatically saved in Mediaflow. Additionally, there is an integration with Microsoft Office, allowing you to access files in Word and PowerPoint.


Mediaflow is easy to integrate with other systems and services through pre-built integrations and plugins. Whenever an image is used in one of our plugins, information about the publication is saved in Mediaflow. When the licensing rights for an image expire, you can monitor where the images are being used.

Collaborate with colleagues within the platform

Use Mediaflow's built-in communication tools to facilitate collaboration with other users and colleagues.

Create chat threads around a file or send files to each other's Mediaflow inboxes. Avoid sending files and screenshots externally and reduce the risk of referencing the wrong files.

Create marketing materials without external programs

With the help of the Design Generator, you can provide your organization with easy-to-use templates for marketing and communication materials.

This frees up internal marketing resources as no external software or prior knowledge is required. At the same time, it ensures brand compliance within your organization.

Design Generator

With the help of the Design Generator, you can provide your organization with user-friendly templates for marketing and communication materials without the need for external software or prior knowledge. 

Open / Save

Our free Open/Save plugin lets you open files in any desktop program directly from the cloud service without first downloading them to your computer.

If the opened file is saved locally, it is also automatically saved in Mediaflow to replace it or as a new version. You don't need to manually keep track of local file versions, reducing the risk of newer local versions being on your colleagues' computers. Additionally, you avoid the manual steps in a conventional cloud storage service, where files are first downloaded to the browser's temporary files and then uploaded to the correct location.

Example: You need to retouch an image. You find it in Mediaflow in the browser and open it in Photoshop with the plugin's help. After you've finished retouching, you save it and choose to overwrite the original image in Mediaflow.

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