Adding Documents

Adding Documents

How to Add Documents

Existing files no larger than 100 MB can be added to libraries in fileplan through the Web interface. To add documents this way, select a Library and the Folder where the documents will be uploaded. Then click Add Documents (1).



Users will then be presented with the facility to upload one or more files. Drag and drop files from your computer to the section in the middle of the page, or click in this section to browse to a location for the files. Once the files appear, click the button Add Documents. The files will be uploaded to the current folder.



The files will then be added to to fileplan and the folder updated to show the new documents. 


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