Drive - Getting started
  • 04 Jan 2021
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A unified place to store all your files and knowledge base assets such as images, videos, docs, and more formats comes in quite handy when you think about it.

We have renamed our earlier File Manager to the Document360 Drive, introduced new features, enhanced the existing functionalities, and have given the whole entity a face-lift.

File management systems in Knowledge base

A structured file management system is very much required in any online business; well it’s of prime necessity when you consider an online knowledge base. Storing all your digital assets in a single entity would make it easier and streamline your data management practices.

Imagine having to maintain a local storage or third-party cloud storage for the hundreds of files and digital assets used in your knowledge base. Every time you make an update, add files, or retrieve them, it is going to be a hectic process. And if you decide to have a local storage, there is always a possibility of mishaps and security concerns.

The Document360 Drive addresses these issues and helps you with easy and effortless file management of all knowledge base assets. You can choose your drive storage capacity based on the different subscription tiers. Also, you can choose to stay in your current plan and just opt for additional storage by unit GB based on your requirement.

What is a Document360 Drive?

A centralized cloud-based storage repository for Document360 customers to store and manage all file operations. If you have already used any of the other heavyweights such as Google Drive or OneDrive, getting used to all functions in Document360 Drive would be rather easy.

You can access your Drive by clicking on the Drive icon on the left side menu.

Image 2 - ScreenGIF - Adding files to a drive folder

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