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The Files Drop app allows you to set up an anonymous upload folder. This article explains how to enable and use the Files Drop app.

Enable the Files Drop App

Go into the Apps page, and click on Not enabled on the left side of the page. Find the Files Drop app, as shown in Figure 1, and click Enable.


Figure 1: Files Drop app

Set Up Files Drop

Go to your personal page.


Figure 2: Personal page

You will see the Files Drop configuration section.


Figure 3: Files Drop Configuration

Click the Choose button to  select the upload directory.

Figure 4: Choose Upload Folder

On your Personal page, you will see a URL for the upload directory. Share it with anyone you want to have upload permission for your Files Drop folder. The maximum file upload size is 4 GB.


Figure 5: Upload Directory

Uploading Files

When you go to the Files Upload link, you will see the option to upload files, as shown in Figure 6.


Figure 6: Files Drop Upload

This opens a file picker. Select the file or directory you want to upload. When your upload is completed, you’ll see a confirmation message with the file name(s).

Figure 7: Files upload confirmation

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