To upload files to a folder in Procore Drive.
Things to Consider
- Required User Permissions:
- 'Standard' or 'Admin' level permissions to the project's Documents tool in Procore.
- Additional Information:
- There is a 50 GB file size limit for individual uploads. However, factors such as network speed and reliability can cause larger file uploads to fail.
- Uploaded files will inherit the visibility permissions of its parent folder. For example, if you upload files into a locked folder, the new files under that folder will not be visible to 'Standard' permissions and below. To learn how to lock a file or folder, see Lock/Unlock a Folder/File in Procore Drive.
- If you upload a file that has a name with characters that Microsoft doesn't support (aka "|%|%%|"), the file name will appear as " - ".
- If "strict file uploads" are enabled for the Procore account, uploads of the following file types can fail: apk, app, bat, bin, cmd, com, command, cpl, csh, exe, gadget, inf1, ins, inx, ipa, isu, job, jse, ksh, lnk, msc, msi, msp, mst, osx, out, paf, pif, prg, ps1, reg, rgs, run, sct, shb, shs, u3p, vb, vbe, vbs, vbscript, workflow, ws, and wsf.
- Select a company and project in Procore Drive.
- Click the Documents tab.
- Find the specific folder that you want to upload files to.
Note: You can navigate through your folders on the right window or the file tree by double-clicking folders and files.
- Click Upload files in the right window.
- Select one or more files that you want to upload.
- Click Open.
After uploading, you can drag and drop files to specific folders within Procore Drive.
Upload files from Outlook
You can also drag and drop files to a folder in your Procore Drive file tree from your Outlook.com email.
- From outlook.com, select the email attachment(s) that you want to upload.
- Drag the attachments into Procore Drive.
They will upload and save into the selected folder.