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Ideas for scanning to SharePoint 365 Online

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We want to be able to upload scanned items to SharePoint online and add metadata during the scan process. We only need to add a few columns of metadata to a scan form that corresponds to metadata columns of a SharePoint Library. We don't even need to browse through various sharepoint sites and libraries when choosing where to save the scan. We can just save it in one library and then use workflows to decide where to move them to based on entered metadata.

We even have a local folder synched to a SharePoint library, so theoretically, any scans can be saved to the local synced folder. But the added metadata is the problem, and people would have to remember to go into the Library and add that if they can't enter that data prescan save.

Can anyone recommend the easiest and hopefully cheapest way to pull this off by either lite weight 3rd party software or a .net app of some sort?

Thanks.
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