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Sakai 21 - Resources: How do I create folders?

 

How do I create folders?

Go to Resources.

Image of the Resources button

Select the Resources tool from the Tool Menu of your site.

Click Actions, and then select Create Folders.

To the right of the site's root folder, from the Actions drop-down menu, and select Create Folders.

This displays the Create Folders page.

Enter the name of the folder.

Enter the name of the folder into the Folder Name text box.

Add multiple folders. (Optional)

If you would like to create multiple folders, click Add another folder.

Note: You can add as many folders as you want by clicking "Add another folder."

Click Create Folders Now.

Image of the create folders now button.

To create the folder(s) in Resources, click Create Folders Now.

This returns the display to the Resources page with the newly created folder(s) displayed.

View folders in Resources.

Notice that the folders are displayed slightly indented to the root folder.

Create subfolders. (Optional)

To create a subfolder within a folder, from the Actions drop-down menu to the right of the parent folder, select Create Folders.

This displays the Create Folders page.

Enter a title for the subfolder.

Create multiple subfolders. (Optional)

If you would like to create multiple subfolders, click Add Another Folder.

Note: You can add as many subfolders of a folder as you want by clicking "Add Another Folder."

Click Create Folders Now.

To create the subfolder(s) in Resources, click Create Folders Now.

This returns the display to the Resources page with the newly subfolder(s) displayed within the main folder.

View in Resources.

Once a folder contains subfolders, the folder icon will appear with a plus sign on the it.

View subfolder.

Click the folder icon with the plus sign to view the folder contents. Notice that the subfolders are displayed slightly indented to the parent folder.