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Upload Files into Project Level Folders


To upload documents to a folder in the project's Documents tool.

Things to Consider

  • Required User Permissions:
    • 'Standard' or 'Admin' permissions on the project's Documents tool.
  • Additional Information:


There are a few different ways to upload files into a project in Procore. Choose to follow steps from one of the following:

Upload a File Using the Documents Tool

  1. Navigate to the Documents tool.
  2. Click on the folder to which you want to upload a file.
  3. Click the  + New drop-down menu, then click File Upload.

  4. In the Upload Files window, drag and drop files from your computer to the gray box, or click the Attach File(s) link to select a file from your computer. 

    Note: If a file being uploaded matches an existing file in the Documents tool, choose whether you want to rename the file or create a new version.
  5. If a file being uploaded matches an existing file in the Documents tool, click one of the following options:
    • Rename: "(1)" will be added at the end of the filename. To rename the file later, see Rename a File.
    • New Version: A "New Version" banner will be displayed during the upload, and the file will be added as a new version of the original file.
  6. Click Upload.
    Note: A progress indicator is shown for each upload, and the system returns to the Documents tool page after the upload is complete.

Upload a File Using Email

  1. Send an email to your project's email address with document(s) attached.
    Note: The email address can be found by clicking Import Options. This appears when you're on the root folder for the Documents tool.

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  2. Attached files will be placed in the "Emailed Documents" folder in your file tree in Procore. 

Upload a File Using Procore Drive

Procore Drive is another efficient way to upload files in bulk. See Upload a File to a Folder in Procore Drive.
Note: If Procore Drive is not configured on your Windows computer, please see the Procore Drive Setup Guide.  


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