July 2, 2014 / Melissa Faudree

Doco, from the creators of Creative Do is a Photoshop extension that allows users to manage and view all their working documents. If you are like me, I tend to have many images open at once whenever I’m working in Photoshop. It can be difficult to locate certain images. Doco is a program that allows you to manage and organize your images in a document panel. The document panel displays all your images in thumbnails, which makes it easy to switch between working documents. The document panel has action buttons on the bottom that allows users to make edits or changes. The action buttons include: Merge one or any selected documents, resize the document panel (which can also increase or decrease the size of the thumbnails), copy and paste multiple images, rotate images, and close documents.

A single license for Doco costs $19. If you are looking to purchase this for a small company or team of 10, Doco would cost $149. In order to download Doco, make sure you have the latest version of Photoshop and Extension manager. Also, Doco can be installed for both Mac and Windows users. Once Doco has been installed on your computer, open Photoshop. In order to run Doco, go to Windows > Extensions > Doco and you can begin working.

I would love more feedback on Doco. Would you say Doco is helpful? Do you find Doco easy to use?

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