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Frequently asked questions
Last update: Monday, June 19, 2023
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Libraries are a simple way to efficiently organize the files in your archive. Depending on your needs, you can create a library by project, class, customer, supplier, fiscal year, etc.
You can also use the emoji of your choice in the bookstore names to easily identify them.
What are Libraries for?
A click on the symbol allows you to display a library at the top of the list and, subsequently, to add it to your menu favorites.
The symbol indicates the default library, which will be automatically selected when you click
on the icon or on the link "Upload File" from the navigation bar.
The symbol indicates a library currently shared with some of your contacts.
Libraries enable you to organize your files by project, by date, by client, etc. You can easily move your files between different libraries and choose default sending options for each library. For instance, you can set a maximum storage duration and a set of keywords that are automatically added when sending a file to a specific library.
What are the limitations of Libraries?
There is no limit to the number of files in a library. Free accounts can create up to 10 libraries. There is no limit for Premium accounts.
What is the purpose of the "Group files by archival date" function on the library export page?
By default, libraries exported as Zip, Tar.GZ, or Tar.BZ2 are organized in a directory structure following the format of YYYY/MM/DD/file-name. If you disable this feature, all files will be placed in the same directory. In case two files have the exact same name, the older file will retain its original name, and a (number) will be added to the names of the more recent files.
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