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Add Folders to Procore using Procore Sync

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To add folders to Procore using Procore Sync.

Things to Consider

  • Procore Sync must be installed on a system running Microsoft Windows 7 or newer. It is NOT supported on earlier versions of Microsoft Windows, Android devices iOS devices, or the OS X operating system.
  • Procore Sync observes the same user access permissions as the Procore web application. For example, to upload objects to the Documents tool, you must have 'Admin' level permissions on the Documents tool. 
  • If you are using Procore Drive for Documents, it is strongly recommended that you upgrade to Procore Sync. 


  1. Open the synced "Procore" folder in your computer's file browser.
  2. Navigate to the folder within the project's folder into which you want to create subfolders. 
    Note: Any folders you create at the project folder level will not be synced with Procore. You will need to create folders within the project's folder.
  3. Right-click within the white space in the folder.
  4. Click Add Folder or your computer's variance (e.g. New Folder).
  5. Give your folder a name.
  6. Click Enter on your keyboard, or click away from the folder name to save. 
  7. This folder will now be automatically uploaded to Procore in the project and folder specified.


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I am a Beta tester, and would like to know if it will be possible for our company to create a Procore sync drive on our server, so that those in the main office that need access to our files wouldnt have to have 20 jobs synced to their computer. Or is there a way to assign specific folders to a users permission level that when new jobs are created, our office admin have the new project pushed to their procore sync, and only a specific folder from that project. This would help cut down on the storage it would require to sync multiple full projects.
Posted 14:13, 30 Jun 2017
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