Adding Files to WebPal

There are three ways to add files to WebPal. 

 

Option 1:

  1. Using the folders pane on the left, browse to the folder where you want to add your new file by clicking on the folder name.
  2. Click the "Add" button in the action menu at the top of the screen. You will be given four options:
    1. Upload Document - this will open the browser to upload a document. Follow step 3 to upload a document.
    2. WebPal Doc - create an editable word document
    3. WebPal Data - create an editable spreadsheet
    4. WebPal Text - create an editable basic text file

      NOTE:See the full list of the file formats supported by WebPal here.

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  2. Using the "Upload Document" option, the below window will open to browse your computer files and select the file you want to upload. Once selected, you can choose to add a title and a comment to the file (the title field is used when performing a search). Once you're ready, click the "Add Doc" button.

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Option 2:

To upload multiple files at a time, dragging and dropping the items is the quickest option. 

  1. Using the folders pane on the left, browse to the folder where you want to add your new file(s) by clicking on the folder name.
  2. Drag the file(s) to the folder you wish to upload to. This will highlight the folder green which means you may drop the file into the folder. 


     
  3. The same "Add Document" window will open as Option 1. Enter a title and comment if applicable and click "Add Doc".
     

Option 3:

  1. Using the folders pane on the left, browse to the folder where you want to add your new file(s) by clicking on the folder name.
  2. Right click on the folder and select "Add Document". 

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  3. The same "Add Document" window will open as Option 1. Enter a title and comment if applicable and click "Add Doc". 

 

NOTE: You can also note whether file require reviewing, whether the document is a draft or a final version, and view or add comments in the properties panel on the right.