Files view displays all of your AirSend files, including the files added to channels you created and files added to channels that you are a member of.
Accessing Files view
In the upper left corner, click the triple-bar icon.
The side navigation panel opens:
Files view opens. It displays the folders My Files, which stores files for channels that you have created and files that you are storing outside channels, and Shared Channels, which stores files for channels that you have not created but are a member of.
Click the My Files folder to view folders for each channel that you have created, a folder for files that you have deleted, and any files or folders that you have added to My Files directly in this screen, outside of any channels.
To view your channel folders, click the Channels folder.
The view shows a folder for each channel that you have created:
To view the sub-folders of a channel folder, click the folder. Each My Files channel folder includes the sub-folders files, wiki, and deleted items.
The files folder and wiki folder correspond to the Files tab and Wiki tab in the right-panel of an opened channel. Files added in the files folder here or the Files tab in the channel are are accessible in both places. Likewise, any files added in the wiki folder here or in in the Wiki tab in the channel are accessible in both places. Any file or folder that you delete in a channel automatically appears in the deleted items folder.
To add, move, upload and delete files and folders from My Folders, see Managing files and folders in Files view
Click the Shared Channels folder to view folders for each channel that you have been added to by another user.
To view the files and sub-folders in a channel folder, click the folder. Each Shared Channels folder includes a default attachments sub-folder where channel members may store files and folders. Members can also store files and folders outside of the attachments folder:
To add, move, upload and delete files and folders from Shared Channels, see Managing files and folders in Files view.
For help working with files while in an AirSend channel, see Files in AirSend.