How do I manage domain resources?

Note: This document references views and actions that are only available to Echo Administrators

Click on the Resources tab from the Domain details page to access your domain resources. From this screen, you can:

  1. Filter the results displayed.
  2. Navigate to individual resource folders using the folder dropdown.
  3. Create a new folder in Resources.
  4. Upload New resources or Delete existing resources.
  5. Download resources by clicking the download link.
  6. Use Preview History to see how, when, and by whom a resource has been previously edited and to download previous versions.

Uploading resources

To upload a resource:

  1. Open Resources from the Domain tool.
  2. Select the folder into which you want to put the files, or create a new folder for them by clicking the plus icon.
  3. Click Choose File, give it a Name, and select Upload for each each file you want added to resources.
Uploading resources

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Documentation for Prior Interface

Click on the Resources tab from the Domain tool to access your domain resources. From this screen, you can:

  1. Filter the results displayed.
  2. Navigate to individual resource folders using the folder dropdown.
  3. Create a new folder in Resources.
  4. Upload New resources or Delete existing resources.
  5. Download resources by clicking the download link.
  6. Use Preview History to see how, when, and by whom a resource has been previously edited and to download previous versions.

Uploading resources

To upload a resource:

  1. Open Resources from the Domain tool.
  2. Select the folder into which you want to put the files, or create a new folder for them by clicking the plus icon.
  3. Click Choose File, give it a Name, and select Upload for each each file you want added to resources.
Uploading resources
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