Learn how to create a folder in which you can store your generated documents by following this step-by-step guide
In this guide, you’ll learn how to create a folder on the Inkit platform. By the end, your organization will have a folder in which it can place its rendered documents. Let us proceed.
- You know what folders are
- You understand folder privacy settings and folder sharing
- You have decided on how you want to organize your data
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Before creating your folder in your organization’s Inkit web environment, make sure you are signed in to a user with the folders.create permission.
If you are signed in to an admin user, you have all permissions granted by default. Otherwise, you must create a new user role and give it the appropriate permission.
- Read more about default admin assignment
- Discover how to add a role to a user (coming soon)
Let's continue, follow along by performing the next steps:
- Click on the Render -> Render View tab
- Press the Create Folder button
- Fill in the folder creation form with a name and description
Give your folder a clear, indicative name. For example, name a folder ‘Invoices_US’ instead of ‘Billing.’ The clearer you organize your data, the easier it is for your team to use the Inkit platform.
Note: You can edit which roles have access to your folder after you create it. Before creating a folder, you may wish to identify with whom you want to share the folder.
- Confirm by pressing ‘create’
You have now successfully created a folder.
Tip: the Inkit platform aims to give you versatile data access customizability through folders. Do not only create public folders. Use private folders and folder sharing to hide confidential information.
You can also create folders within folders. The process is almost exactly the same as creating a formal as you just learned. You can create as many nested folder layers as you like.
However, first navigate into the folder you wish to create your nested folder in. Afer you are inside of your folder, create the folder like you usually would.
Updated 3 months ago