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3.3 Upload files

There are 3 different ways to upload files: by dragging and dropping files, through the upload icon or by using the folder menu.
Here are detailed descriptions how to use them:

Dragging and dropping files

Select a folder from the structure where you wish to upload files in. Open your file explorer on the computer, select the files you wish to upload and then drag them into the upper area of the TYPO3 folder. A field will open up, telling you to drop the files inside the designated area. (Img. 3.3.1)

If the files you are trying to upload, already exist in the folder, you will be asked to complete an action for these files. It can be done file by file (1) or as a mass action (2). After you have selected actions click "Continue with selected actions". (Img. 3.3.2)

Please note that this function is based on a file having the identical name and format, including the use of capital letters in both the name and the file format.

Upload through the upload icon

Select a folder in the Filelist where you wish to upload files in and click the upload icon at the top.
(Img. 3.3.3)

A window with your local computer appears, where you can select images (it is possible to select more than one image at the time). Click "Open" to start upload. (Img. 3.3.4) 

If the files you are trying to upload, already exist in the folder, you will be asked to complete an action for these files. It can be done file by file (1) or as a mass action (2). After you have selected actions click "Continue with selected actions". (Img. 3.3.5)

Please note that this function is based on a file having the identical name and format, including the use of capital letters in both the name and the file format.

Uploading through the folder menu

By right clicking the folder title (or clicking the folder icon), in the Filelist, the folder menu appears. Select "Upload files". (Img. 3.3.6) 

In the right hand field click the button to select files from the local computer. (Img. 3.3.7) 

Choose your files, it is possible to select multiple files, and then click Open. (Img. 3.3.8) 

Finally you have the option to overwrite any already existing files in the folder (1) and it shows how many files has been selected (2). Click "Upload files". (Img. 3.3.9) 

Please note that if files already exist and the overwrite has not been checked, these files will automatically be skipped. This function is based on a file having the identical name and format, including the use of capital letters in both the name and the file format.  

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