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Documents: Adding New Files and Folders


Creating a New Folder
Uploading a Folder or File

Creating a New Folder

You can add a standalone folder from the "All Files" list or from within any other document folder.

Navigate to the folder that you would like to add a child folder to then click on the "New" button and select "Folder".  

Give the folder a name and click the "Save" button.

Uploading a Folder or File 

Folder Upload

Navigate to the folder that you would like to upload a child folder to (including all files contained in the folder)  then click on the "New" button and select "Folder upload". 

In the "Browse for Folder" pop-up window, select the folder that you want to upload then click "OK". The folder and all content files will then begin to upload. The time required for the upload will depend on the number and size of the files that you are trying to upload. 

If you are using a browser other than Chrome, you can create a new folder in Clio then upload multiple files to that folder, per the file upload instructions below.

File Upload

To upload an individual or multiple files, navigate to the folder that you would like to upload the file(s) to then click on the "New" button and select "File upload". Locate the file(s) you would like to upload and click "Open". You can select multiple files by holding the CTRL key while selecting them. 

If you want to upload a new version of a document, follow the steps here.

Note: You are limited to uploading individual files of no more than 5 gigabytes 

Drag and Drop Upload

You can also drag and drop files from your computer to Clio. Click on the file from a location or folder on your computer and drag it to the desired folder in Clio. When the "Drop your files to upload them" message appears, release your mouse to start the file upload.

Once you've started the process of uploading multiple files to Documents, you will be able to modify information regarding each item:



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