Upload Files to the Media Library

How to upload your images and files to the system.

Updated: Sep 21, 2023 1:00 PM


Accessing the Media Library

  1. Navigate to Settings in the menu pane then click on the Media section.
  2. Click on Open Media Library to access the media storage area.

    Uploading Files

    1. Click on Upload File to open your computer file browser.
    2. Select the file you wish to upload and click Open.
    3. Commonly uploaded files include: headshots, property images, owner-related documents, owner packets, or PDFs you want to email to potential leads.
    Please review the image below of the Allowed File Types.

    File types allowed

    Maximum file size allowed:

    • Videos - 4GB

    • Documents - 100MB

    • Audio - 100MB

    • Images - 100MB


    Organizing Files

    You help keep your files organized you can create folders.
    1. To create a folder, click on Create Folder.
    2. Enter a name for the folder you want to create. Click Save to create.
    3. You can upload files directly and then drag them into the folder.  You can also upload a file and then right click to select Move to Folder.  Select the appropriate folder and click Move here to move it.
    4. You can also open up a desired folder first by double clicking it before uploading a file.  The new filed uploaded will automatically be saved into the opened folder.


    Renaming Files

    1. Right click on the desired file and select Rename
    2. Type the new file name and click on Save once completed.

     

    Deleting Files

    1. Right click on the desired file and select Delete.
    2. Confirm you wish to delete the desired file and then select Delete.
    3. You can also delete a file by selecting it and then selecting the trash can icon at the top next to Create Folder.  Then confirm you wish to delete the desired file and then select Delete.

     

    Uploading files to the media library allows you to easily send them out via email. Common examples of files to send via email are welcome owner packets.