Summary: This article will describe how to view and manage the Association's document library. The ability to add, edit and delete documents and folders is based on your user permissions. (Contact your System Administrator regarding your permissions)
- View, add, edit and delete documents within the Association's folders and subfolders
- Create a new folder to the Association's library and add (or edit) appropriate security
To begin, hover your cursor over the Association menu item on the top of the navigation bar, then select Documents from the drop down menu.
Next, a page will appear with a list of folders. From this list use the arrows next to the folders to drill into and see documents and sub folders. Click on a document to view it. Note: Any Word or Excel files will automatically be downloaded instead of being available on the viewer.
If you want to add a folder, right click on the parent folder labeled, Documents, then select New Folder.
A pop up menu will appear, prompting you to input the name, and to select the type of folder security. The security option will dictate where the document will be seen on the Association's website.
- "Boards Only" security will display the folder only if the designated Board Member is viewing the documents in the portal.
- "Homeowners" security will only display the folder for an Owner after they have logged into the portal.
- "Everyone" security will allow the item to be seen in the portal without first logging in.
- "Staff" security will hide that document from the Association's web portal and will only be available to view by Management company staff.
You can edit an existing folder security by right clicking on the folder and selecting Edit Folder. If you want to add a document, right click on the folder then select New Document. A window will appear, prompting you to select the correct file from your computer. Once selected, click upload to add the file. If you want to delete a file, drill through the folders list to find the file. Once identified, click the "x" next to the file name