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About the Web Application File Browser

About the Web Application File Browser

The following functionality is available in the File Browser for the Web Application, to view and manage content.

Breadcrumb path - The breadcrumb path displays the folder levels that a file is stored within. The breadcrumb path is clickable and Admin users can drag and drop files from one location to another by dropping the files onto the breadcrumb path link.

Select All checkbox - Clicking on the Select All checkbox will select all files within your view. This is available in both the Thumbnail and List viewing modes.

Create New Folder - Use this button to create a new folder. Click on the CREATE button to create the folder.

Note: If you are at the top level of the File Browser, a new folder is created at the root level.

Upload Files - Use this button to open a dialog box to upload files from your computer to your G-CONNECT device. The Browse button allows you to find a file(s) on your computer to upload. Then click the Upload button to add those files. Once a file is in the Upload box, you can remove it by clicking the 'X' icon. To cancel out of the Upload process, click on the Cancel button.

Delete - Use this button to delete a selected file


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