There are two ways you can add files to your ShareFile Personal Folder. The first is by using the ShareFile Sync Client (option 1), the second is by logging into your ShareFile account (option 2)

Follow these steps to get started.

Option 1

Step 1

There are two methods of accessing your ShareFile folder.

  1. Navigate to C:\Users\username\ShareFile or
  2. Click on the hidden icons arrow in the taskbar and double click on the ShareFile icon

All files and folders required in Apps on Demand are to be saved in your Personal Folders folder.

Step 2

Simply drag and drop whilst holding the control key down to copy your files to your ShareFile Cloud Storage folder.

Option 2

Step 1

Open your favourite web browser and navigate to Swinburne ShareFile

Click the Sign In button in the Company Employee Sign In section. This will automatically sign you in to your ShareFile Cloud Storage account with your Swinburne credentials.

Step 2

Once signed in, click on the Folders menu item from the list in the main menu.

Step 3

Click on the Personal Folders menu item to navigate to the location of your ShareFile Cloud Storage folder.

Step 4

If this is the first time you have logged in, your Personal Folders will be empty.

To add files, click on the green plus icon in the top right corner of the window.

Step 5

Click the Upload menu item.

Step 6

There are two methods of adding files to your ShareFile Online Storage folder:

  1. Drag and drop the files directly into the window or
  2. Click the Browse Files link

Step 7

If you clicked the Browse Files link, navigate to the location of the files you wish to upload, select them and click the Open button.

Step 8

To upload the selected files from the previous step, click the Upload button.

Please wait...
Your files are now uploading to your ShareFile Cloud Storage folder.

Once uploaded, you will be able to access them in Apps On Demand.

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