Securely Store Any Travel Document in Zoomlee


Upload, TAG, and set alerts for documents in Excel, PDFs, Word, PowerPoint, Rich Text and more!

It wasn’t long ago that people had no other option than to scan their travel documents, send sensitive travel information to their email accounts, and finally store their passports, visas, trip itineraries, identification certificates, etc., in Dropbox, Google Drive, SkyDrive, OneDrive and other cloud storage alternatives.

There are endless problems with this system, but to address the most important one, none of them are securely built to protect your highly sensitive and private documents you need to travel internationally. Zoomlee was engineered to keep your personal identity safe while you travel. Passports, visas and other travel documents can be uploaded to Zoomlee as a PDF, Word Document, Excel, PowerPoint… almost any file format including:

  • Excel (.xls)
  • Keynote (
  • Numbers (
  • Pages (
  • PDF (.pdf)
  • PowerPoint (.ppt)
  • Word (.doc)
  • Rich Text Format (.rtf)
  • Rich Text Format Directory (

Zoomlee Travel Document StorageZoomlee was created as a travel and compliance app that stores and protects your documents; however, there are so many unique features built into this single app specifically designed to make international travel, study, and living easy and safe. One of the newer features is the ability to access every document you have stored even when you are in an exotic location with no network connection.

In addition to security, Zoomlee saves you time – no more digging through documents or trying to find your valid visa amongst multiple expired documents. Simply use the TAG feature to organize your documents into groups creating an organized and easy to access method for quickly locating anything within the app.

All these documents are simple to upload and you can use the data field function to set alerts to remind you when it’s time to update your visa, passport, identification documents, etc.  The data fields are programmed to alert you 30 days before your documents expire.

You will wonder how you ever travelled before Zoomlee.



  • How do you import files into Zoomlee? Use open in Zoomlee to save your documents under the right category/document type and use the TAG feature to quickly locate your documents.
  • How do you capture documents? Use your smartphone’s camera to capture an image of your document. You can then store this image on your phone. When you Add (+) the document, its category and type will default to “Travel: Passport.” Use the > symbol to go to the next screen. Scroll up or down to choose document type.
  • How do you add PDF documents? When opening a PDF document from a mail attachment or device, select ‘Open in Zoomlee’. Then, choose to store the PDF document under the appropriate document type and family member.


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