Files list page: http://cloud.protemos.com/file/index
To view the list of all files, go to the Files menu:
Here you can:
- View, download and delete files
- Search files with filters
- View and open file locations
- Export all the displayed table of files to Excel
Search files with filters
By default, you can see all the files and links in your database, 50 per page. If you want to hide or display some files or links from the list, you may apply filters.
So you can enter the data into the appropriate fields and press the "Apply" button, see example:
As you can see, the filter header turns blue. It means that the filter is applied.
Please remember the collapsed filter remains activated, and it is clearly indicated by the blue color.
Please note that the applied filter is remembered, so it will remain even if you leave the page.
To inactivate the filter, press the "Clear" button. The header color will turn to gray, which means that no filter is currently applied.
File filters description
- File # - displays only the files with the ID containing entered symbols sequence.
- File name - displays only the files with the name containing the specified text.
- Type - displays only the files of the specified type (file or link).
- Used in - displays only the files used in the specified item (Quote, Project input, Project output etc.).
- Size in MB - displays only the files within the specified size range.
- Uploaded by - displays only the files uploaded by the selected person.
- Uploaded at - displays only the files uploaded within the specified date range.
Files and links that are no longer needed can be deleted from the system.
To do so, tick the corresponding files on the list and press the "Delete selected" button:
Thus, files will be deleted in all places that are listed in the Used in column.
To download a file or follow a link, click on their names in the table:
Open file locations
You can open file locations by clicking on the corresponding items in the Used in column:
Export to Excel
You can export all the displayed table of files to Excel by pressing the "Export to Excel" button over the upper right corner of the table:
Note: The exported file will contain filtered records from all pages of the table, not just the ones displayed on the first page.