The Files Tab inside your Text In Church account is a great feature for storing your commonly used attachments. Rather than uploading the attachment each time you would like to use it in an email or text message, you can simply load it to the Files Tab once, and then attach to your messages with ease! If you’ve previously attached a file to a message, the file will be housed here.
Here’s an overview of how to upload, view, and manage your Files.
Access Your Files
Sign into Text In Church and click the Settings Tab
In the Left-hand Menu, click the “Files” tab
This will bring you to the Files Tab where you can click on the blue links to open any of your Files. Next to each file link is the date the file was uploaded, and the size of the file.
Files that are attached to your email and text messages are automatically uploaded here to the Files Tab. You can also add additional files here through the Files Tab. To do this, either click the “Add Media” icon in gray, or drag and drop your file from your device onto the icon.
Manage Your Files
There are several actions you can take to manage your Files here.
Within the Files Tab you can create Folders to organize your files as needed. To create a new folder, click the “+ Add Folder” link in the top right corner. Then name your folder and click “Ok” to save.
For individual files, you can click the 3-dot option on the far right to select action options:
View: to open the file
Rename: to give the file a new title
Move to... : to place the file in a folder within the Files Tab
Delete: to remove the file from your Files Tab
You can also complete bulk actions on your files by clicking “Select All” or checking the boxes by specific files. Then click “Action” to select action options:
Move to... : to place the selected files in a folder within the Files Tab
Delete: to remove the files from your Files Tab
NOTE: If your file is sent in an email message, then deleted from the files tab, your recipient will no longer be able to view the file in the email message.
Learn More About Using Files and Attachments
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