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Upload Files or Folders to the Project Level Documents Tool


To upload files and folders to a project's Documents tool.

Things to Consider

  • Required User Permissions:
    • 'Standard' or 'Admin' permissions on the project's Documents tool.
  • Additional Information:
    • There is a 50GB file size limit for individual uploads.
    • Uploading folders is not supported in Internet Explorer. You will need to use another browser (i.e. Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, etc.) if you want to upload folders.


There are a few different ways to upload files to a project's Documents tool. Choose to follow steps from one of the following:

If you are uploading a new version of a file that is already in the Documents tool, see Upload a New Version of a File

Upload Files or Folders Using the Documents Tool

  1. Navigate to the Documents tool.
  2. Click on the folder in the Documents tool that you want to upload files or folders to.
  3. After selecting files or folders on your computer, drag and drop them to the center panel of the Documents tool. 

    1. Click the + New drop-down menu.
    2. Choose whether you want to upload files or folders:
      • Click File Upload to select files to upload.
      • Click Folder Upload to select folders to upload. 
    3. Select the files or folders you want to upload from your computer.
    4. Click Open

      • A progress indicator is shown for each upload, and the system returns to the Documents tool page after the upload is complete.
      • If you are uploading a file that has the same filename as an existing file, a number will automatically be added to the end of the filename. For example, the first file with the same name will have '(1)', while a second file would have '(2)'. 

Upload Files by Sending an Email

  1. Navigate to the Documents tool.
  2. Click the Configure Settings  icon.  
  3. The email address to email files to is listed in the 'To Email Files To This Project' section. 

  4. Create an email that is addressed to your Documents tool's email address (mentioned above).
  5. Attach any files you want to add to the Documents tool to the email.
    Note: The files will be uploaded to the 'Emailed Documents' folder.

Upload Files or Folders 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.