Adding and deleting files in a collection

A collection can have any number of image, video, documentation, and data files attached. You can add and delete files using a web browser, or Add and delete files from the command line.

Adding images, videos, and data files

SeedMe groups together images, videos, and other data and documentation files. See SeedMe's list of Supported content types.

  1. Click the Collections menu bar item to view a list of existing collections.
  2. Select the collection to which you wish to add a file.
  3. Click on one of the file tabs for images, videos, and data files.
  4. Click the (Add) button at the top-right of the tab list to add a new file.
  5. Fill in the new file form, selecting the file to upload and setting the title and description.
  6. Click the Save button at the bottom of the page.

Editing files

You can change a file's title and description, or replace the uploaded file.

  1. Click the Collections menu bar item to view a list of existing collections.
  2. Select the collection containing the file you wish to edit.
  3. Click on one of the file tabs for images, videos, and data files.
  4. Click the (Edit) button beside the file you wish to edit.
  5. Adjust the title or description, or upload a replacement file in the file form.
  6. Click the Save button at the bottom of the page.

Alternatively, you can click on the (Edit) button at the top-right of the page when viewing one of your files.

Deleting files

Files in a collection can be deleted. There is no undo, so if you might need the file again, save it first to your computer.

  1. Click the Collections menu bar item to view a list of existing collections.
  2. Select the collection containing the file you wish to delete.
  3. Click on one of the file tabs for images, videos, and data files.
  4. Click the (Delete) button beside the file you wish to delete.
  5. Click the OK button in the delete confirmation dialog.

Alternatively, you can click on the (Delete) button at the top-right of the page when viewing one of your files.