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This tab lets you manage files (pictures, media files) that were uploaded in the HTML Editor and it is only visible if you edit a survey - not during survey creation.
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For further details, check our wiki on [[Resources|how to use external resources]] in your survey.
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You can:
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* Browse available files
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* Export files as a ZIP archive
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* Import a ZIP archive of files
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Important hints:
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* Authorized files extensions are defined in config-defaults.php.
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* Files for the survey are in the upload/surveys/<sid> subdirectory.
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* Uploaded files will only been seen while browsing resources on this survey (groups, questions, answers) not in other surveys or objects (labels).
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* Do not expect this limited visibility to ensure confidentiality of the resources as they are reachable with a simple browser to anyone who know the URL to the file.
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* You can't import a ZIP file containing subdirectories.
  
 
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Revision as of 16:15, 19 September 2017

Other languages:
English • ‎Nederlands • ‎русский • ‎日本語

This tab lets you manage files (pictures, media files) that were uploaded in the HTML Editor and it is only visible if you edit a survey - not during survey creation.

For further details, check our wiki on how to use external resources in your survey.

You can:

  • Browse available files
  • Export files as a ZIP archive
  • Import a ZIP archive of files

Important hints:

  • Authorized files extensions are defined in config-defaults.php.
  • Files for the survey are in the upload/surveys/<sid> subdirectory.
  • Uploaded files will only been seen while browsing resources on this survey (groups, questions, answers) not in other surveys or objects (labels).
  • Do not expect this limited visibility to ensure confidentiality of the resources as they are reachable with a simple browser to anyone who know the URL to the file.
  • You can't import a ZIP file containing subdirectories.